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β€˜No Word From My Son’: Dozens Still Missing as Hurricane Michael Death Toll Rises

By ALAN BLINDER

The death toll from the storm rose to an estimated 29 on Tuesday, including at least 15 in Bay County, Fla. Many believe the toll will rise as the search for the missing goes on.

Officials Release Video of Florida City Commissioner Who Fatally Shot Man

By MELISSA GOMEZ

Michael Dunn told the police that he confronted Christobal Lopez after he saw him take and conceal a hatchet in Mr. Dunn’s store.

Thousands in Florida May Not Get Electricity Back for Weeks

By AUDRA D. S. BURCH and PATRICIA MAZZEI

The damage done to power lines and poles by Hurricane Michael was so complete in some areas that utility workers must start from scratch, officials say.

Among the Ruins of Mexico Beach Stands One House, Built β€˜for the Big One’

By PATRICIA MAZZEI

Hurricane Michael wrecked every other beachfront house on the block, but one came through the storm nearly pristine, as if protected by grace. How did it survive?

Far From the Shattered Coast, Hurricane Michael Packed an Unexpected Punch

By PATRICIA MAZZEI

Hurricane Michael battered inland rural communities with such force that it stunned residents and left them with a daunting recovery they didn’t expect.

For a Struggling Oyster Town, Hurricane Michael May Be One Misery Too Many

By PATRICIA MAZZEI

The small oyster town of Apalachicola, on a remote point on the Gulf of Mexico, had already suffered through drought and an oil spill. Then Hurricane Michael swept through.

β€˜We Need Answers’: Hurricane Michael Leaves Florida Residents Desperate for Aid

By RICHARD FAUSSET, AUDRA D. S. BURCH and ALAN BLINDER

“When is anybody coming to do something?” one woman asked as Panhandle residents began searching for basic necessities.

Hurricane Michael’s Deadly Strike Leaves Florida Panhandle Reeling

By RICHARD FAUSSET and ALAN BLINDER

Hurricane Michael has passed on to Georgia and the Carolinas, but it has left behind substantial damage in communities like Mexico Beach, where it made landfall, and Panama City.

Hurricane Michael’s Destruction, Viewed From Above

This footage taken from a helicopter shows how Hurricane Michael’s powerful winds wiped out many parts of Mexico Beach, Fla.

Hurricane Michael Leaves Trail of Destruction as It Slams Florida’s Panhandle

By RICHARD FAUSSET, ALAN BLINDER and PATRICIA MAZZEI

Residents and emergency workers spent most of the day hunkered down, only emerging after nightfall to begin assessing the Category 4 storm’s toll.

Shrieking Wind and Shuddering Glass: Hurricane Michael Arrives With a Punch

By RICHARD FAUSSET

As the storm made landfall on the coast of the Florida Panhandle, those left near ground zero were in for a terrible beating.

A Hurricane’s Coming, but Fear Not, the Governor Is Here. And Here. And Here.

By PATRICIA MAZZEI and ALAN BLINDER

Hurricane Michael arrives in the height of campaign season in Florida, and Gov. Rick Scott, who is running for the Senate, already is in heavy public service mode. So are other Florida politicians.

Strengthening to Category 4, Hurricane Michael Aims at Florida

By RICHARD FAUSSET, ALAN BLINDER and JOHN SCHWARTZ

The storm, expected to make landfall on Wednesday, is poised to be the most powerful hurricane to strike the mainland United States so far this year.

A Father’s Photo Reignites the Conversation About Diaper Changing Stations

By MELISSA GOMEZ

Donte Palmer posted a photo online showing how he changes his son’s diaper in public restrooms without changing stations. Messages of support flooded in from fathers around the world.

Red Tide, Take Warning

By RANDY WAYNE WHITE

Perhaps the disaster that struck Florida’s southwest coast this summer will cause residents to rethink the way they live.

Giants’ Michael Thomas Is Thinking About More Than Football

By ZACH SCHONBRUN

He protested during the national anthem. Then he interned on Capitol Hill. He may run for political office. First, though, is the Saints on Sunday.

A Toxic Tide Is Killing Florida Wildlife

By TRYGGVI ADALBJORNSSON and MELISSA GOMEZ

Toxic algal blooms are not unusual off the state’s coast, but the current episode is the longest in more than a decade.

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