Lee County in Southwest Florida, where the storm made landfall, still faces monumental challenges housing people displaced by the storm.
Damage along Florida's southwest coast includes museums and theaters that plan to rebuild.
In the past, aid's been reserved for people who lose their homes, not those who've already lost them.
The economic damage from Hurricane Ian could exceed $100 billion.
The Disaster Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, or D-SNAP, helps people access food aid or replace groceries damaged by disasters like Hurricane Ian.
Florida's wastewater system relies on electric pumps. Keeping them going through storms can be expensive.
Experts say it is worth looking up a car's history before buying.
As climate change causes more destruction, the upfront costs of upgrading infrastructure may pay off in the long run.
The Jones Act requires that only U.S. ships carry goods between U.S. ports. It also raises costs in Puerto Rico and elsewhere.
Regular homeowner's insurance policies don't cover water damage from storm surge, or flood waters from the ground up.