2017 Atlantic Hurricane Season Wraps TodayToday is the last day of the 2017 Atlantic hurricane season. For many, it couldn't end soon enough.
If You Need Help After Irma, FEMA Can Still HelpFor those still struggling to recover from Hurricane Irma, there is still time to get help from FEMA.
Last Day To Apply For Hurricane Food AssistanceToday is the last day for people impacted by Hurricane Irma to apply for emergency food assistance.
Long Lines Form For Hurricane AssistanceLong lines formed before dawn at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens and the BB&T Center in Sunrise as hundreds of people waited patiently for their turn to receive emergency food assistance two months after Hurricane Irma.
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. 
Nelson, State Spar Over Disaster Jobless BenefitsU.S. Sen. Bill Nelson wants the federal Department of Labor to provide help to the state as he's heard “multiple accounts” of Floridians put out of work by Hurricane Irma unable to apply for disaster assistance.
Tropical Storm Rina Heading North Over AtlanticTropical Storm Rina continues to churn to the north over the open Atlantic.
Hurricane Food Assistance This Week In Dade, BrowardHundreds of South Floridians who weren't able to apply for post-Hurricane Irma food assistance last month will get another chance to do so this week.
Tropical Depression #19 Forms In Central AtlanticAs this year's hurricane season begins to wind down, a new tropical depression has formed in the central Atlantic.
Post-Hurricane Irma Food Assistance Make Up Days ComingHundreds of South Floridians who weren't able to apply for post-Hurricane Irma food assistance earlier this month will soon get another chance to do so.
State's Hurricane Fund May Pay Out $5.1 BillionThe state's fund that backs private insurers may pay out as much as $5.1 billion in Hurricane Irma claims.
Lawmakers Question Tiny Utility Co.'s Multi-Million Dollar Deal With Puerto RicoFive weeks after Hurricane Maria struck Puerto Rico, three-quarters of the island remain without power.

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