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    Drought-starved Mississippi slows barge traffic

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  • Parrots rescued from Pine Island sanctuary after Hurricane Ian devastation

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  • Biden to tour Hurricane Ian damage, meet with Florida Governor DeSantis

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  • Biden to see Hurricane Ian damage firsthand in visit to Florida

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  • Fort Myers pediatric ICU nurse recounts Hurricane Ian

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  • ‘It was the hardest thing I had to do’: Woman saved brothers from Hurricane Ian storm surge

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  • Hurricane Ian death toll reaches 100 ahead of Biden’s visit to Florida

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  • Hurricane Ian: Rescue efforts intensify as death toll tops 100

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  • Death toll from Hurricane Ian reaches 100 across Florida and South Carolina

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  • Hurricane Ian leaves Matlacha, Pine Island residents cut off

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  • Ian's remnants bring heavy rain, harsh winds to New Jersey shore

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  • Cape Coral residents work to clear Hurricane Ian's devastation

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  • Controversy grows over timing of Florida evacuation orders

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  • Pets rescued from Hurricane Ian look for forever homes

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  • Rescue efforts underway in Florida as death toll expected to rise

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  • Remnants of Hurricane Ian to soak Northeast this week

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  • Fort Myers Beach mayor lays out recovery schedule after Ian

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  • Death toll climbs in Ian aftermath, as rescues continue to unfold

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  • Floridians face a costly reality in Hurricane Ian’s aftermath

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Families without flood insurance struggle to rebuild homes

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Only about 4% of people in the U.S. have flood insurance through the National Flood Insurance Program as many think it’s a part of their homeowners' policy or just too expensive on its own. NBC News’ Jesse Kirsch reports on how FEMA is rolling out a new insurance pricing plan that could encourage more people to get coverage before the next storm strikes.