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    Approximately 18 Cuban migrants still missing after boat sank off Florida Keys during Hurricane Ian

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  • DeSantis: Lee and Charlotte counties are ‘basically off the grid’ after Hurricane Ian

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  • Crews to start working to restore power ‘as soon as it’s safe,’ Florida Power and Light says

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  • At least three Cuban migrants rescued after boat sinks during Hurricane Ian

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  • Hurricane Ian ‘seemed like it was never going to end’ after making landfall in Florida

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  • Biden approves disaster declaration for Florida

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  • Ian downgraded to tropical storm after bringing devastating floods to Florida

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  • Hurricane Ian weakens to category 3, Northeast Florida coastline prepares for storm surge

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  • Cape Coral hit by storm surge, residents trapped in homes and vehicles

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  • Storm chaser: 'Damage is widespread' from Hurricane Ian

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  • Woman stranded in Ft. Myers, Fla. details damage caused by Hurricane Ian

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  • Cars and debris cover Naples streets after facing Hurricane Ian

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  • Hurricane Ian leaves 'complete devastation' in Cuba

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  • Marco Island city manager: 'Streets are indistinguishable from the canals'

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  • Fire trucks in Naples caught in flooding

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  • Hurricane Ian makes landfall in Florida as category 4 storm

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  • 'You have to stay put': Fort Myers mayor urges non-evacuated residents to stay indoors

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  • Cars submerged as Hurricane Ian brings ocean into streets

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  • Apparent downed power line catches fire after Hurricane Ian's eyewall makes landfall in Florida

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South Carolina voter: Climate change needs to be 'on top priority list'

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The city of Charleston, S.C., flooded one out of almost every five days in 2019, according to the National Weather Service. NBC News’ Dasha Burns traveled to South Carolina to get a first-hand look at how climate change has already impacted the people there.