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.
Marking An End To This Hurricane Season, Here's A Look BackToday marks the end of hurricane season and what a season it was.
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.
In Florida, All Eyes On Puerto Rican Voters After MariaLife has not been easy for many Puerto Ricans since a pair of hurricanes rocked the region.
FEMA Planning Airlifts From Puerto Rico To FloridaFEMA is working on arrangements to help transport survivors of Hurricane Maria from storm-ravaged Puerto Rico to the U.S. mainland.
Get Social And Help Those Suffering In Puerto RicoPuerto Rico's slow recovery after Hurricane Maria is getting a shot in the arm from South Florida.
Florida Prepares For FEMA Airlift Of Hurricane Maria VictimsFlorida prepares for victims of Hurricane Maria to arrive as FEMA offers first of its kind airlift and shelter program.
Puerto Rico Hit By Massive Power OutagePuerto Rico's capital, San Juan, has been hit with a massive power outage as they struggle to recuperate from Hurricane Maria. 
TJ Maxx, Marshalls, HomeGoods Still Paying Workers In Puerto Rico Despite Store ClosuresThe owner of TJ Maxx, Marshalls, and HomeGoods confirmed to WBZ-TV it is still paying workers at stores that remain closed because of hurricane damage.
Puerto Rico Cancels Controversial Contract With Whitefish EnergyPuerto Rico is cancelling a controversial $300-million contract with Whitefish Energy to restore power to the hurricane ravaged island.
Focus On South Florida: After Maria: The Crisis In Puerto RicoWe focus on the slow recovery effort in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria slammed the island.
Sick Baby From Puerto Rico Facing New Challenges In U.S.Ten-month-old Victoria Isabel, who requires a breathing and feeding tube, has spent half of her short life in the same Puerto Rican where she was born.

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