Hurricane Watch 2005

OUR COVERAGE

Florida power outages could last weeks
October 26, 2005

Most roads in Florida survive Hurricane Wilma onslaught
October 24, 2005

Testimony contradicts former FEMA director
October 21, 2005

Wilma's next target – Florida
October 21, 2005

Florida preps for unknown strength of Hurricane Wilma
October 20, 2005

Louisiana pursues waiver for roadwork in Katrina's wake
October 20, 2005

Florida peninsula prepares for Wilma’s onslaught
October 19, 2005

Bus driver charged in hurricane evacuation deaths case
October 18, 2005

Eastbound section of New Orleans’ Twinspan Bridge reopens
October 17, 2005

Norfolk Southern reopens New Orleans intermodal terminal
October 4, 2005

Bridge reopens early in hurricane-damaged Mississippi
October 3, 2005

Trash remains as waters recede from ravaged New Orleans streets
September 29, 2005

Gulf Coast region begins recovery from second direct hurricane hit
September 27, 2005

Road closures multiply as Gulf Coast assesses Rita’s damage
September 26, 2005

More Louisiana roadways close again in Rita aftermath
September 26, 2005

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers warns of bogus waiver document
September 23, 2005

Traffic continues to snarl Hurricane Rita evacuation efforts
September 23, 2005

DOT stages equipment in preparation for Rita
September 23, 2005

National Guard sends tankers to aid evacuees in Texas
September 23, 2005

Road closures multiply as Rita closes in on Gulf States
September 23, 2005

Schneider joins corporate donors in hurricane relief effort
September 23, 2005

Texas roads jammed by residents fleeing Hurricane Rita
September 22, 2005

Road improvements pause as region braces for Rita
September 22, 2005

Rita strengthens as it moves toward Texas, Gulf Coast
September 21, 2005

Road improvements pause as region braces for Rita
September 21, 2005

More big rigs doing the FEMA shuffle
September 21, 2005

DirecTV launches Katrina information channel
September 21, 2005

New Orleans road improvements stall as Hurricane Rita enters Gulf
September 20, 2005

Feds extend waiver on red diesel; not all states participating
September 19, 2005

Roads across Gulf Coast region improving
September 19, 2005

New Orleans reopens; roads across region improving
September 16, 2005

Hundreds of relief trucks still awaiting orders in Mississippi
September 16, 2005

Relief trucks in Baton Rouge to roll after all
September 16, 2005

Loaded relief trucks sitting still in Alabama
September 16, 2005

Truckers turned away from relief work in Baton Rouge
September 15, 2005

Katrina cleanup, road repair continue
September 15, 2005

Trucking, finance companies offer leniency to hurricane victims
September 14, 2005

Hundreds of FEMA trucks stuck in red tape in Memphis
September 14, 2005

Road conditions improve as Katrina cleanup continues
September 14, 2005

Road conditions improve as Katrina cleanup continues
September 13, 2005

Legislation relieves truckers from Georgia IFTA miles
September 13, 2005

Road conditions improve as Katrina cleanup continues
September 12, 2005

State-by-state quickie guide: Hurricane emergency orders for truckers
September 9, 2005

Distribution centers continue to take volunteer offers, donations
September 9, 2005

Correction: IRS has not waived the federal tax on diesel
September 9, 2005

Not all states are allowing red diesel on roads
September 9, 2005

Diesel prices dribbling down after gushing to record highs
September 9, 2005

Legislation to relieve truckers from Georgia IFTA miles
September 9, 2005

Bridgestone joins corporate donors in Katrina relief effort
September 9, 2005

Road conditions improve as Katrina cleanup begins
September 9, 2005

Trade Commission says gouging not a federal issue
September 8, 2005

Heating oil, natural gas prices expected to skyrocket
September 8, 2005

Diesel prices continue to ease
September 8, 2005

Road conditions continue to improve in Katrina aftermath
September 8, 2005

Some roads reopen in hurricane disaster areas
September 7, 2005

Diesel average jumps 30 cents following Katrina
September 7, 2005

Travel plazas, fuel stops still seeking normalcy
September 7, 2005

Lawmakers serve notice to gougers
September 7, 2005

OOIDA member offers advice on hurricane aid
September 6, 2005

Mississippi calls for trailers to aid relief efforts
September 6, 2005

Road conditions in Gulf Region improve
September 6, 2005

Diesel prices begin to ease, along with shortage fears
September 6, 2005

IRS temporarily suspends penalties for red diesel
September 2, 2005

Fuel rationing continues for some; claims of gouging increase
September 2, 2005

Fuel prices still high; pipelines coming back online
September 2, 2005

OOIDA member hauls generators to disaster area
September 2, 2005

Road closings continue through weekend Katrina’s aftermath
September 2, 2005

Feds temporarily waive emissions standards
September 1, 2005

Do not contact American Red Cross headquarters by phone
September 1, 2005

HOS regs eased for fuel loads throughout nation
September 1, 2005

States waive weight, height regs for hurricane relief trucks
September 1, 2005

Fuel prices continue to rise on supply fears
September 1, 2005

Rumors, high prices spark fears of gouging
September 1, 2005

Some routes reopen, but road closings continue to paralyze Gulf States
September 1, 2005

Katrina’s impact hits pumps, snarls rescue efforts
August 31, 2005

Road closings continue to paralyze Gulf States in Katrina’s wake
August 31, 2005

Volunteer opportunities abound for truckers in hurricane areas
August 31, 2005

Alabama bridge closed after Katrina pushes oil platform into it
August 30, 2005

Fuel markets jittery in wake of Katrina
August 30, 2005

Road closings continue to plague Gulf States in Katrina’s wake
August 30, 2005

Hurricane Katrina could add to fuel woes
August 29, 2005

Katrina brings trucking to halt in much of Gulf region
August 29, 2005

Volunteer opportunities abound for truckers in hurricane areas
August 29, 2005

Four killed as Katrina returns to hurricane status over Florida Keys
August 26, 2005

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