Zoo Miami Opens Next Weekend For First Time Since IrmaOne of South Florida's most popular tourist attractions, Zoo Miami, will re-open to the public next weekend after being closed for more than a month due to Hurricane Irma.
Zoo Miami To Welcome Visitors Back On October 14One of South Florida's most popular tourist attractions, Zoo Miami, will re-open to the public after being closed for more than a month due to Hurricane Irma.
Florida Keys No Longer Under CurfewThree weeks after Hurricane Irma devastated parts of the Florida Keys, a post-storm curfew has now been lifted.
Monroe County Schools Begin To Reopen After IrmaSome Monroe County Public School students went back to class Monday, more than two weeks after Irma.
Two Weeks After Irma: How To Help Victims In Monroe CountyIn the days and weeks after Hurricane Irma, Monroe County has been flooded with donations and supplies for survivors and while everyone is thankful for those donations, County officials are now saying they can no longer accept ‘tangible’ donations.
Neighbors 4 Neighbors Expands Relief EffortsNeighbors 4 Neighbors has created a wish list so those wanting to help can do so easily through the non-profit partners and those they serve.
Florida To ‘Aggressively” Enforce Generators At Nursing Homes After Irma DeathsFlorida will "aggressively" enforce new rules that require nursing homes and assisted living facilities to have generators.
Mosquito Control Operations Resume Amid Irma CleanupHurricane Irma may be gone but the mosquitoes the storm left behind could be here a while which is why health officials are asking Florida residents to help prevent mosquito breeding after the storm.
After Irma, Florida Jews Seek Respite In High Holy DaysFlorida's large Jewish community is deeply unsettled as it heads into one of Judaism's most important times of the year.
Monroe County Schools Release Staggered Back To School DatesMonroe County Schools will stagger its back to school dates.
Two New Locations Now Open For FEMA's Operation Blue RoofEligible homeowners who sustained roof damage from Hurricane Irma now have two additional locations to apply for FEMA's Operation Blue Roof.
More South Floridians Getting Power But 355K Remain In The DarkFlorida Power and Light has been working around the clock to restore power across South Florida.
Hurricane Irma Claims Epicure Market As Its Latest CasualtyAfter 72 years in business, Irma has closed the historic Epicure Market in Miami Beach for good, according to one of its social media accounts.
Cities Still Under Boil Water AdvisoriesBoil water alerts were lifted for the city of Hollywood and Davie but other portions of Broward County remain under alert.
State's Tab For Irma Already MountingFlorida has preliminarily outlined more than $273 million in Hurricane Irma costs for federal reimbursement, with the money primarily used for storm preparation and debris removal.