Miscellaneous | Chabad

Florida Chabad Rabbi and Son Rescue Orlando Family by Boat

The devastation caused by Hurricane Ian has extended far beyond Florida’s Gulf Coast. When Rabbi Yosef Konikov of Chabad-Lubavitch of South Orlando learned that a family of four was trapped on the second floor of their home in Kissimmee, just south of Orlando, and calls to 911 were not being responded to due to more urgent and immediate threats to life, the rabbi and his son Levi, a certified lifeguard, commissioned a boat and set out along flooded neighborhood streets to rescue the family.

News | Israel & The Jewish Community

As Hurricane Ian Crashes Into Florida’s Gulf Coast, Chabad Rushes to Help

Category 4 storm expected to cause catastrophic flooding and damage

Politics | Joe Biden/Biden Administration

FLASHBACK: Remember When Biden Said That the Best Protection for Hurricane Season Was to Be Vaccinated?

Nowadays, we know that the Biden administration thinks the answer to everything is to buy an electric vehicle, but it wasn’t that long ago that Biden’s answer to everything was to get the...

News | The News

WATCH: Storm Surge Sends Shark Swimming Down The Street In Ft. Myers

Florida residents who remained behind as Hurricane Ian pummeled the central gulf coast may have gotten more than they bargained for if they ventured outside — the storm surge was so powerful that it apparently sent sharks swimming down residential streets.

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PODCAST | This Ian Isn't The James Bond Author

If you live in Florida or on the Southern or Southeastern coasts of the United Sate long enough you are going to be in the crosshairs of a hurricane or tropical storm. Those living on Florida's west coast up into the Big Bend east of Tallahassee are