You can still help those hit hardest by this year’s hurricanes during the holidays

It only takes one storm to cause catastrophic damage but Consider areas like the Gulf Coast that have taken hit after hit from the likes of Laura, Marco, Hannah, Sally, Beta and Delta.

  Lake Charles, La. TV station tower toppled in Hurricane Laura

Laura makes landfall in southwestern Louisiana near Texas as a Cat. 4 hurricane

Hurricane Laura closes in on the Gulf Coast

Two new storms form in Atlantic, could threaten Florida, Gulf coast

  Famous “Piano Man” writes song for victims of Hurricane Isaias

  Surf City condo fire ruled accidental electrical fire

‘Just shocking’: Hurricane Isaias takes out portion of Sea Cabin Pier in Cherry Grove

  Ocean Isle Beach bears the brunt of Hurricane Isaias

UPDATE: Close to 200,000 customers without power in region due to Isaias

Brunswick County receives tornado reports from Isaias as storm makes landfall

  First Alert Forecast: what to expect from Isaias and when

State of Emergency not likely for Wilmington until Sunday at the earliest, mayor says

  Counties issue guidance in preparation for Hurricane Isaias

  Red Cross shares advice for preparing for Hurricane Isaias

Thalian Hall and City Hall to get much-needed fix for leaky roof

More Hurricane Florence disaster relief funds approved by FEMA for Wilmington

  Hundreds of vehicles line up to get hurricane preparedness kits

Pick up a free hurricane preparedness kit this Saturday

  First Alert Hurricane Trackers now available

  New application period opens for the ReBuild NC storm recovery program

  How to customize your WECT Weather App

  Forecast experts expect active hurricane season

  Staying Ahead of the Storm Videos

Staying Ahead of the Storm

  Getting prepared during a pandemic

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Winnabow house fire started in trash can outside, then spread to home

Winnabow Fire Chief Travis Mercer confirmed a fire that started on Thanksgiving evening began in a trash can and soon spread, eventually catching a propane line and home on fire.