A number of Florida communities, such as Wilbur-by-the Sea, in Volusia County, were devastated by Hurricane Nicole in Nov. 2022, just weeks after they were struck by Hurricane Ian. Nicole ended up causing more than $1 billion in damages.
Homeowners are still recovering after Hurricane Nicole tore across Central Florida leaving many people without homes to live in.
You could call it an amazing story of survival. A tree fell on a Florida mother during Hurricane Nicole, pinning her underneath a tree and a truck. She needed a miracle to survive, and she got one as crews worked non-stop for more than an hour to get her out.
Not much is left of the Flagler Beach Fishing Pier after experiencing major damage from Hurricane Ian and another punch by Hurricane Nicole last year.
Homeowners and renters in Brevard, Flagler, Lake, Volusia Putnam, or St. Johns counties that were impacted by the devastation of Hurricane Nicole are now eligible to apply for Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) disaster assistance, a spokesperson for the agency said.
The new legislation, signed by President Biden includes those living in Volusia, and Flagler Counties
President Biden announced a disaster declaration to help Floridians after Hurricane Nicole.
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Homeowner Lori Tarver says she's lived on her Apopka property for almost 20 years and has never seen flooding on her lawn like this year.
People in Volusia County are demanding answers. They've been asking about beach restoration efforts following Hurricanes Ian and Nicole, but feel they get the run-around when they ask about it.
UPDATE: Officials believe the mystery items are that of a merchant ship dating back from the 1800s, state archaeologists visiting the site told FOX 35 News Tuesday.
Clean-up is beginning for some homes along Daytona Beach shores following Hurricane Nicole's aftermath.
The destruction Hurricane Nicole left behind along Florida's coast could have an impact on visitors and tourism numbers as we are just a few months removed from the spring break season.
Residents in Wilbur-by-the-sea are working on temporary ways to protect their homes following extensive damage from Hurricane Nicole.
The mayor of Daytona Beach Shores says in 10 out of 26 building that were deemed unsafe last week, residents have been able to move back in.
A beachside business owner in New Smyrna Beach is relieved her property was spared by the hurricane thanks to the help of her neighbors.
Some Volusia County residents say they are frustrated and feel they're not getting enough help from the state.
A man and woman killed during Hurricane Nicole after both apparently came into contact with a fallen power line last week were brother and sister, according to the Orange County Sheriff's Office.
For years, the county has been working with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to rebuild the dunes on a two-and-a-half-mile stretch of beach in that area. The county says more sand and a bigger beach will provide more protection.
Residents in seven buildings in Daytona Beach Shores returned to their properties after the city deemed them unsafe.