Expert: Coolers At Nursing Home Where 12 Died Made It WorseCoolers at a Hollywood nursing home where 12 people died in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma actually made things worse, according to testimony released this week.
Tourism Numbers Hit New High In 2017Hurricane Irma kept Florida from reaching a goal of 120 million visitors last year but the state still hit a new single-year tourism high.
Backup Power Rules For Nursing Homes Passes In State House With less than a week left in the legislative session, the Senate and House continued to have differences Monday about ratifying a pair of high-profile rules that are a priority of Gov. Rick Scott.
Rules For Backup Power For Nursing Homes Go To Florida HouseFlorida lawmakers are trying to ensure that a power outage will not cost anyone their life, as was the case in a South Florida nursing home following Hurricane Irma.
Medical Examiner: Hollywood Nursing Home Staff Had Chance To Save Patients One of the people who performed autopsies on some the people who died at a nursing home after the power went out during Hurricane Irma gave jaw-dropping testimony. 
After Irma, Sailboat Junkyard To Be Cleared In Coconut GroveMore than two dozen wrecked boats, a major eye sore in Coconut Grove, will be picked up months after Hurricane Irma hit.
Hospital Worker Says Nursing Home Where 12 Died Smelled Like Urine, Feces Tracy Meltzer remembers the moment she arrived on the sweltering second floor of The Rehabilitation Center of Hollywood Hills shortly after Hurricane Irma.
FPL Customers Off The Hook For FPL's Hurricane Irma Recovery CostsFlorida Power & Light will be able to avoid billing customers for the $1.3 billion cost of restoring electricity after Hurricane Irma thanks to savings from the federal tax overhaul.
Months After Irma, Grove Residents Ask When Sailboats Will Be RemovedA parking lot in Coconut Grove looks like sailboat showroom with racing boats getting ready for the Sailing World Cup series. Nearby, there's a junkyard of damaged boats left over by Irma.
'Hot Cop' In Viral Selfie Resigns Amid Probe Into Racist PostsMichael Hamill has resigned from the Gainesville Police Department amid a probe into complaints that he posted anti-Semitic comments on Facebook
2017: A Year Of Big Headlines For South FloridaThis year has been one to remember in South Florida. 
Irma Insurance Claims Near 866,000Estimated insured losses from Hurricane Irma have topped $6.55 billion, with the number of claims approaching 866,000, according to information released Monday by the state Office of Insurance Regulation.

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