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An expedition is heading out this week to recover the remaining gold from a sunken 19th-century steamship that yielded an estimated $50 million a quarter century ago before legal challenges shut down the recovery.
A remotely operated submersible used to recover artifacts beneath the ocean sits on the deck of the Odyssey Explorer in North Charleston, S.C., on Tuesday, April 22, 2014.
The Small Business Administration approved $468 million in disaster loans to New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut businesses in the wake of Hurricane Sandy.
The VRC is a room set up and staffed to intake and match volunteer skills with unmet needs in the community in the event of disaster.
The U.S. Department of Labor has issued the following news release, dated April 21. To access it on the agency's website, click HERE National Emergency Grant supplemental award to assist New Jersey with completing cleanup and recovery efforts in the wake of the devastation caused by Hurricane Sandy.
U.S. Rep. Bradley Byrne, R-Fairhope, makes a point during a town hall meeting in Grand Bay, Ala., on Monday, March 17, 2014.
Tornado season is here, and it's important to have an emergency plan in case your home is threatened, an expert says.
SPRINGFIELD -- A civilian employee of the N.J. State Police indicted last year on charges she posed as an inspector after Hurricane Sandy to take a generator from two men selling them on a Burlington County roadside will take her case to trial, according to a report in the Burlington County Times .
Earlier this month, the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection announced the recipients of the first hazard-mitigation elevation grants.
It said their findings are frightening when it comes to people's perception of when it is time to evacuate.
"Write letters to the papers!" That's the message one Hurricane Sandy victim has for people who still find it impossible to make progress on their personal recovery from the storm.
In presidential nominating contests, the Republican establishment has always won out - from the first Bush, to the tried but tired Dole, to W., then McCain, and most recently Romney, who nonetheless had to labor mightily to emerge from the weakest field of candidates in either party, ever.
GALVESTON, Texas -- Hundreds of worshippers have attended Easter services at a restored Roman Catholic church in Galveston that had been closed since 2008's Hurricane Ike.
Heavy wind and rain in Auckland on Thursday has resulted in some hot water pilots being switched off.
Easter weekend's storms brought several trees in Charlotte down, including one in Meyers Park.
The first round of storms, associated with an area of low pressure, moved through the KCBD viewing area on Saturday, bringing beneficial rainfall, gusty winds, and small hail.