Runoff from floodwaters of Hurricane Harvey in Texas now threatens coral reefs in a national marine sanctuary off the coast.
Reopening schools in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria will take some doing, some time, and some heroic efforts all around.
Recovery efforts in Puerto Rico are slow. But schools are eventually going to get through this, thanks also to schools on the mainland. What next?
Students across the country have really stepped up to help those who lost so much in hurricanes. One charter school in Baltimore stands out.
Cash is king, but in Puerto Rico, much of which is still without power, it has become the queen, jester, and pauper as well.
Puerto Rican students are expected to have to continue their education on the mainland, because their schools can’t be used after Hurricane Maria.
Want to buy a cheap car? Recent hurricanes have brought many cars to market, and they could be sold hundreds of miles away.
Puerto Rico took a direct hit from Hurricane Maria, a Category 4 storm at the time. It’s been downgraded, but the entire island is without power.
Make-up days for students in IL and sometimes Md. come when schools have snow days or cold-weather days. In Fla., days are made up for hurricanes.
Puerto Rico is in the direct path of Hurricane Maria, expected to be the strongest storm to hit the island in about 85 years.