Wild Animals Some Of The Smallest Victims Of Hurricane IrmaCountless animals lost their homes or nests when the powerful storm blew through.
‘I Still Can't Believe It’: Family Wants Hollywood Nursing Home Held Accountable For DeathsA family is coming to grips with the tragedy of 93-year-old Miguel Franco, dying in sweltering heat inside a Hollywood nursing home.
Florida Lawmakers Get Look First-Hand Look At Keys DamageSenator Bill Nelson is in the Florida Keys to get a first hand look at the damage caused by Hurricane Irma.
Key West Recovering But Life Will Be Different For A WhileThe clean up is underway in Key West as residents are just hours away from returning home, but life here will be very different for a while.
CBS4 Reporter Doesn't Want To Be: "That Guy Who Dies Covering Storm"As Hurricane Irma roars across South Florida, the biggest message out there is stay out of the storm, stay safe. So how do reporters do that while reporting on the storm for viewers without becoming a casualty of the storm?
Keys Holdouts Told To 'Get Out' Or Go It Alone: 'Don't Dial 911 Because Nobody Is Going To Answer' Monroe County Administrator Roman Gastesi has a message for anyone left in the Keys: “Get out.”
Keys Visitors, Residents Heed Evacuation OrderEvacuation buses will begin rolling at noon in Key West to bring residents to a shelter at Florida International University.
Warning From Monroe Officials Remains Same: "You Need To Leave Now"The message from Monroe County officials on Thursday morning has not changed from the past couple days.
Hospitals Closing In Keys As Visitors & Residents Clear IslandsA busy day ahead for people in the Florida Keys ahead of a potential landfall from Hurricane Irma.
Keys Emergency Manager: "You Must Evacuate, You Cannot Afford To Stay"Evacuation orders are being given in the Florida Keys over the next day or so as Monroe County emergency managers prepare for Hurricane Irma.
South Florida, Dolphins Players Answer Call To Help Harvey VictimsThe donation center at Hard Rock Stadium was bustling with cars lined up to give Friday.
From Blood To Boats, Floridians Give Their Best To Harvey VictimsFloridians continue to help Harvey victims from donating items to giving their own blood. 

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