An estimated 1.3 million gators live in the Sunshine State.
Storm makes landfall on U.S. Virigin Islands and Puerto Rico Wednesday as Florida Keys evacuation order takes effect.
A 1.5 mile zone around the plant has been evacuated.
More than 300 people have died after a hillside collapsed, engulfing homes and burying people alive.
Part of a hill on the outskirts of the capital city of Freetown collapsed, taking unsafe housing with it.
State broadcaster CCTV reported that a couple and their two-month-old baby are the only ones pulled from the rubble alive so far.
About 130,000 people have been affected by the storm.
When the St. Francis Dam burst 88 years ago, 12.4 billion gallons of water rose 140 feet, surging 54 miles to the Pacific Ocean.
Three people were killed, around 100 have been injured.
The storm could threaten the Carolinas by the weekend.
Images of horror, hope and humanity brought home the scope of the storm's devastation.
Scientists have calculated how much less severe the drought would be without climate change.
Humans, not Mother Nature, are to blame for forcing people from their homes, a report by the Norwegian Refugee Council charges.
After his own family are trapped by the rising waters, he finds himself among the phantoms of his past
Unfortunate timing meant key officials were overseas just as Cyclone Pam hit.
"At least once a month, I have nightmares of waves submerging me."
"Mom, I'm fine!" A new feature allows users in the vicinity of natural disasters to ease the fears of friends and family.
The volcano is spewing lava as high as the Statue of Liberty, and flowing fast enough to cover the equivalent of a soccer pitch every eight minutes.
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, who returned from the United States on Saturday, said he had ordered the military to help in rescue efforts
More than 260 Indians have been reported dead