215,000 Puerto Ricans Have Arrived In Florida Since Hurricane MariaIn the three months since Hurricane Maria ravaged Puerto Rico, hundreds of thousands of people who were living on the island have come to the U.S. mainland including about 215,000 in Florida.
Deadly Storm Could Prompt Big Changes By Florida LegislatorsHurricane Irma left a good amount of damage and destruction across the state of Florida, and now officials are dealing with the aftermath.
Marking An End To This Hurricane Season, Here's A Look BackToday marks the end of hurricane season and what a season it was.
2017 Atlantic Hurricane Season Wraps TodayToday is the last day of the 2017 Atlantic hurricane season. For many, it couldn't end soon enough.
2017 Hurricane Season Comes To End But Issues LingerThursday is the last day of the highly active, deadly and destructive 2017 Atlantic hurricane season, but Floridians will feel its impact for years.
Superstar Chef Back In Miami After Herculean Efforts Helping People In Puerto RicoA well-known chef is getting new attention for his efforts to help the people of Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria.
Police: Man Charged With Impersonating Law Enforcement Officer In Aftermath Of Hurricane IrmaA 35-year-old Pembroke Pines man was arrest Sunday, accused of impersonating a law enforcement officer in aftermath of Hurricane Irma.
Nursing Homes Look For State Money For GeneratorsFlorida's largest nursing-home association has one question: Will the state help foot the costs of generators at nursing homes?
Tab Mounts To Clean Up Irma Water DebrisFlorida continues to spend about $2.4 million a week to clean up debris strewn across state waters during Hurricane Irma two months ago.
Exclusive: Nursing Home Hires New Orleans Attorney, Outlines DefensesJim Cobb is a New Orleans attorney who represented a Louisiana nursing home where 35 residents drowned during Hurricane Katrina.
Thousands Show Up For Post-Hurricane Irma HelpThousands in need of food assistance months after Hurricane Irma lined up before dawn and the lines continued throughout the day. 
Exclusive: Nursing Home Employees Describe Chaotic Evacuation After DeathsIn their first and only interview, two Hollywood Hills nursing home employees want the public to know they did everything they could.

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