On September 28th last year, as Hurricane Ian passed through the country, the Myakka River engulfed roadways and homes.
Thursday marks one year since Hurricane Ian, the fifth-strongest hurricane to ever make landfall in the U.S., slammed into Florida’s southwest coast.
One year after Hurricane Ian slammed into southwest Florida, the damage can still be seen everywhere.
One year ago, Classical Ballet Academy went dark, after Hurricane Ian destroyed Darli Iakovleva's studio.
When Hurricane Ian made landfall last year, it caused the Myakkahatchee Creek to spill over. Water engulfed homes and turned roadways into creeks, but during those trying times neighbors came out in droves to help one another.
One year ago, the Venice community gathered, sharing hugs and tears as sirens wailed in the background as the historic Venice Theatre sat exposed to elements, a shell of its former self.
In one hour alone Hurricane Ian brought 18 inches of rain to Venice nearly one year ago.
One year after Hurricane Ian passed through North Port and homes were engulfed by flood water, signs of damage remain.
Nearly 10 months after Hurricane Ian, many other families also still can’t get their homes repaired due to a combination of delays and disputes.
As Florida's insurance crisis drives up premiums across the state, families in Southwest Florida are still reeling from Hurricane Ian. And state lawmakers have heard troubling claims from some home insurance adjusters.
The United States Geological Survey is compiling data into a map that shows the potential spread of invasive and non-native species after major flood events, like hurricanes.
Employees of the Salty Crab Bar and Grill watched through their security cameras as their beloved Fort Myers Beach restaurant filled with water.
Nearly nine months after Hurricane Ian devastated communities in Southwest Florida, so much work needs to be done, and the hard-hit communities are getting help from a former NFL player and young volunteers.
For so many who call Ft. Myers Beach home, the sound of buildings being torn down has become a common occurrence. The community is still recovering from Hurricane Ian.
As a new hurricane season begins, those on Ft. Myers Beach continue to relive Hurricane Ian.
Josh Morgerman has been through dozens and dozens of hurricanes and hosts his show called "Mission Hurricane".
Rebuilding continues in Southwest Florida more than eight months after the powerful Hurricane Ian left behind a path of destruction and Bay Area officials are using lessons learned from the storm to prepare for the 2023 season.
In the months following Hurricane Ian, Master Officer Paul Joyce with the Venice Police Department has been busy working to make local waterways safe.
The summer of 2024 is now the anticipated reopening date for the Venice Theatre's main stage after it was destroyed during Hurricane Ian.
According to NOAA's National Centers for Environmental Information, Ian was responsible for $112.9 billion in damage, making it the costliest hurricane in Florida’s history and the third-costliest in U.S. history, behind only Katrina ($190 billion) and Harvey ($151.3 billion).