Superstorm Sandy has caused a lot of damage. People have died, homes have been destroyed, businesses have been ruined. Americans across the country are reaching out by donating money, time, food, and clothing, but they're also reaching out with message of hope in the blog NOLA To New York.
Hurricane Sandy has left thousands of people with out water, power, and food on the East Coast. While volunteers are gearing up to head out and help the recovery efforts, on Craigslist a male nudist in late middle age is seeking out his “Hurricane Snuggle Bunny...
Hurricane Sandy has closed thousands of schools, shut down hundreds of businesses and flooded many cities in New York State. 7 million people across the State are without power after not 1 not 2 but three transformers blew up last night.
Check out this explosive footage inside and see if New York will be up and running in time for the big Election Day just a week away.
Perhaps you saw a few seconds of the amazing U.S. Coast Guard rescue of the crew of the HMS Bounty on the news. Here is a much longer version right from the Coast Guard of the daring rescue of the ship's crew during Hurricane Sandy.
We don't know how much Hurricane Sandy will affect us here in Western New York -- although some businesses and schools have already closed or postponed activities -- but she's already doing damage on the East Coast.
Thankfully, Western New York won't feel the full effects of Hurricane Sandy, but with wind gusts of at least 30 mph, there's a pretty good chance a lot of Halloween activities around Western New York may be postponed until the storm passes. Officials are most concerned about loss of power and possible flooding. The worst stuff arrives tonight (October 29), but according to the Weather Channel hour
Photos of Hurricane Sandy flooded social media sites throughout the day Monday, with Facebook, Instagram and Twitter users in the storm's path posting dramatic photos of waves, flooding and downed trees. (Some are fake, by the way.)
In the Northeast, people are swarming to beg, borrow, steal and even purchase last-minute emergency supplies to prepare for the worst of Hurricane Sandy. However, many stores are running out of those items, leaving people to return home empty-handed.