- Irene brought sustained winds of 60 mph, a five-foot storm surge and dumped 12 inches of rain on the city.
- Reporting live about Hurricane from Ocean City, Maryland Sunday, Tucker Barnes, a TV reporter for WTTG, was drenched in what he described as organic matter that doesn't taste great.
- Officials in Ocean City, Md. have ordered residents to evacuate after the swiftly approaching Hurricane Irene led Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley to declare a state of emergency.
- The 115 mph Category 3 storm is expected to hit North Carolina's Outer Banks Saturday afternoon. The hurricane will then creepy up the Eastern Seaboard.
Hurricane Irene Path: Delaware Officials Urge Visitors to Stay Away; Ocean City, Md. Orders EvacuationAbout 9.5 inches of rain are expected to fall in Ocean City over the next three days
- Hurricane Irene continued its path of destruction on Thursday on its way towards the East Coast, and it could have big effects in Maryland and Virginia.
- A sightseeing helicopter collided with a small plane on Saturday and both crashed into the Hudson River near lower Manhattan, police reported.