Sure, assuming there was power. We were out for about 18 days. I haven't seen a battery-operated television in years. Our cell phone batteries died and stayed dead for several days. We were conserving our gasoline (not that the streets were clear enough to drive anywhere) and the first television coverage we saw happened about 16 days after Ike hit. Radio really was the only viable source of information during that time. Your mileage, of course, may have varied.
KTRH absolutely infuriated me when they had JD interview Michael Chertoff in the days after Ike, pitching softball question after softball question to rewrite history about FEMA's botched response to Katrina. Fox News would have been proud. I have refused to listen to them since.
I now have a battery powered digital TV and some alternate power sources. Between that and other radio stations who don't have a partisan identity, I expect to be well informed without KTRH.
Give me the freaking news. Don't tell me what to think about it. I can think for myself.