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Official: Storm damage worse than Hurricane Ike

The storms that left hundreds of thousands of Ohio residents without power over the past week have far surpassed the damage caused by the remnants of Hurricane Ike four years ago, the president of American Electric Power of Ohio said Thursday. His comments were underscored by a third round of thundeFull story

Midnight Saturday for AEP Customers in Ohio

PAULDING COUNTY, OHIO (Indiana’s NewsCenter) – There are still close 4,600 American Electric Power customers in the Paulding County, Ohio area battling excessive heat warnings while still waiting for electricity. Full story

Special Report: Hurricane Flood Zones

CORPUS CHRISTI - A few years back Hurricane Ike was headed straight for the Coastal Bend. At the last minute it turned to the northwest and finally made landfall in Galveston. Many of the residents there didn't know what flood zone they lived in, but found out the hard way when Ike made landfall. Full story

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