What is happening: Aid relief for those affected by Hurricane Michael is still being distributed across America. The hurricane mainly hit parts of Florida, Georgia and the Carolinas with its 155mph winds.
Power: Restoration crews were assigned to the areas expected to receive the worst treatment, and worked immediately to get power back up and running.
Salvation Army: The Salvation Army Florida had a mobile kitchen set up by Friday in Panama City.
Too slow: People in Calhoun and Jackson Counties thought their own relief was arriving far too slowly, despite roads being open. On Saturday, it was announced that relief was still arriving to the Jackson Counties, and FEMA had declared it approved for assistance.
FEMA: Calhoun residents could also apply for FEMA relief, and teams arrived on Saturday to register people.
PODs: Multiple Points of Distribution have been set up across Calhoun and Jackson Counties for victims to pick up supplies.