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In Florida Panhandle, school closures likely following post-Hurricane Michael enrollment drop

By Allie Raffa

When Hurricane Michael hit the Florida Panhandle four months ago, it left damage across an 80-mile swath, leveling homes and schools. The school board now has tough decisions to make for the hundreds of students who stayed.

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The 52 Places Traveler: Visiting Puerto Rico, and Finding the Up Beat

By SEBASTIAN MODAK

On the first stop of his yearlong journey, the 52 Places Traveler makes it his mission to get off the beaten path and into the island.

Sentencing set in race-based shooting amid Katrina chaos

By KEVIN McGILL

A white man who fired a shotgun at three black men in a race-based attack amid the devastation of Hurricane Katrina was set for sentencing Thursday in a federal courtroom in New Orleans.

Brock Long, FEMA Administrator, Resigns After Two Turbulent Years

By MICHAEL TACKETT

Mr. Long was praised for the agency’s handling of Hurricane Harvey, but criticism over its Hurricane Maria response and his reported misuse of government vehicles shadowed him.

N.H.L. Roundup: Rangers, Behind 55 Saves From Alexandar Georgiev, Beat Maple Leafs

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

With a victory against the Wild, the Islanders improved to 15-2-1 in back-to-back games. The Devils beat the Hurricanes, and the Ducks fired Coach Randy Carlyle.

Hurricanes 3, Rangers 0: Rangers Honor 1994 Champions, but the Celebration Ends There

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

In the game that took place after a 45-minute ceremony, the current Rangers, who are not in a playoff spot, could not break through against Carolina.

Harvey victims rebuffed by FEMA finally receive some financial relief

By Madeleine Rivera

Nearly a year and a half after Hurricane Harvey hit Houston, many are still far from a full recovery. The city has received more than $1 billion in federal funds for long-term housing recovery.

To Save East River Park, the City Intends to Bury It

By JOSEPH HANANIA

A plan to protect the Lower East Side from flooding was just rejected by the city, replaced with a drastic revision that costs twice as much but does not disrupt traffic.

Tech We’re Using: Hurricanes. Shootings. Fires. Time for an Editor’s Emergency Kit.

By JULIE BLOOM

When news of natural disasters or man-made ones break in the U.S., Julie Bloom taps a variety of tools to communicate with reporters, edit stories and get them published.

Five Big Ways the United States Will Need to Adapt to Climate Change

By BRAD PLUMER

A sweeping new climate report warns that the United States will have to spend billions of dollars to protect coastlines, rebuild sewers and overhaul farming. Here are some places to start.

Trilobites: Hurricane Harvey Passed Over, but These Fish Kept Making Babies

By JOANNA KLEIN

Underwater audio recordings rescued from Hurricane Harvey showed that the urge to spawn was more powerful than a category 4 storm.

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