Hurricane Ivan Still Strong

Hurricane Ivan has gotten stronger once again and is back to a category five storm. Ivan's sustained winds are at 160 miles-per-hour, as it leaves behind a deadly trail in the Caribbean and heads toward Cuba.

The storm is blamed for 65 deaths in the Caribbean. More than a million people have evacuated homes in Cuba as the storm gets closer.

Forecasters say the Florida keys will most likely be spared a direct blow from Ivan, but that the storm could hit the panhandle or areas on the west coast.