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Ian regains hurricane strength as it heads to South Carolina
US & Canada · Fort Myers

Ian regains hurricane strength as it heads to South Carolina

54% Center coverage: 191 sources
Hurricane Ian restrengthened to a Category 1 storm in the Atlantic. It's expected to make a Friday afternoon landfall between Charleston and Myrtle Beach. Hundreds of rescues have taken place by land, air and sea, and searchers are going door-to-door.See the Story
Moose back on the loose after rescuers free it from fence
Animals · Barkhamsted

Moose back on the loose after rescuers free it from fence

66% Center coverage: 38 sources
The Connecticut State Environmental Police received a call at around midnight about a moose stuck in Barkhamsted, northwest of Hartford. The rescue came on the heels of several recent sightings in the state that prompted the state Department of Energy and Environmental Protection to be on the lookout for moose. There are only about 100 moose in Connecticut, according to DEEP, but they become more active during their breeding season in September and October.See the Story
Hurricane Ian ‘street shark’ video defies belief
Business · Fort Myers

Hurricane Ian ‘street shark’ video defies belief

55% Center coverage: 27 sources
A video of what many suspected to be a small shark swimming in a flooded neighborhood of Fort Myers went viral on Wednesday. Many who viewed the video thought it might be a hoax, recalling a fake photo of a shark swimming on a submerged highway that circulated widely when Hurricane Harvey hit Texas in 2017. The video is indeed authentic, but whether it shows a small shark or another type of fish, such as a cobia or an armored catfish, has not yet been determined.See the Story

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