Tampa Bay water recedes ahead of Hurricane Ian. It’ll likely rush back
A view of the pier as the Tampa Bay is draining in a reverse storm surge with Hurricane Ian expected to make landfall this afternoon on Wednesday, Sept. 28, 2022, in St. Petersburg. (Dirk Shadd/Tampa Bay Times/TNS)
‘Where’s Jackie?’ Biden asks after dead lawmaker at event
President Joe Biden delivers remarks at the White House Conference on Hunger, Nutrition, and Health at the Ronald Reagan Building in Washington, D.C., on Wednesday, Sept. 28, 2022. (Yuri Gripas/Abaca Press/TNS)
Newsom signs UFW bill aimed at helping California farmworkers organize
Joe Aguilar of Sacramento, California, waves a United Farm Workers flag in front of the state Capitol in Sacramento after the union finished a 24-day march on Aug. 26, 2022, to call on Gov. Gavin Newsom to sign a bill that would give farmworkers the ability to vote from home to unionize. (Hector Amezcua/Sacramento Bee/TNS)
'We're at the tail end of this': Heat wave in Southern California extended through Wednesday
With temperatures reaching triple-digits on Tuesday, Sept. 27, 2022, a resident takes advantage of the 90 degree temps at dusk to get in a jog with his dog at Challen Park in Riverside, California. The September heat wave brought triple-digit temps to the Inland Empire as the National Weather Service issued heat warnings for Southern California for the week. (Gina Ferazzi/Los Angeles Times/TNS)
Delaware owns a small chunk of South Jersey
Tim Rooney of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers stands on a piece of land on the Delaware River in Salem County, New Jersey, that is actually a part of Delaware. The land, created by the Corps dredging the river, was made part of Delaware by a centuries-old agreement. (Alejandro A. Alvarez/The Philadelphia Inquirer/TNS)
‘This is what nature decided’: Puerto Rican couple lose dream home to Fiona’s furious floods
Doris Romero (right) comforts her neighbor Leida Rodriguez, whose house collapsed into a sink hole after flooding from the Nigua River during Hurricane Fiona at Villa Esperanza in Salinas, Puerto Rico,, on Friday Sept. 23, 2022. (Pedro Portal/El Nuevo Herald/TNS)
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