'Help Is Almost Impossible': Lower Keys Residents Still Feel Hurricane Irma's ImpactJune 1 marked the official start of the Atlantic hurricane season. As South Florida prepares for the new season, some residents are still feeling the impact of Hurricane Irma nearly two years ago.
Miami-Dade To Receive $119M From FEMA For Hurricane Irma CostsThe Federal Emergency Management Agency has approved a $119 million grant to the State of Florida to help reimburse Miami-Dade County for the costs of debris removal from Hurricane Irma.
Regulators To Decide FPL Tax, Hurricane Irma CaseFlorida Power & Light should be able to use federal tax savings to cover the costs of restoring power after Hurricane Irma, despite objections from attorneys for consumers and business groups, according to a recommendation by staff members of the state Public Service Commission.
Citrus Recovery Money Starts To FlowFlorida is starting to distribute federal disaster-relief money that was approved last year to help the citrus industry after Hurricane Irma caused massive damage to groves.
WWII Vet Finally Gets Much-Needed New Roof Thanks To Generosity Of CBS4 ViewersThere is now a happy ending to the story of an elderly war veteran who was in desperate need of roof repair.
Generosity Of CBS4 Viewers Helps WWII Veteran Get Much-Needed New RoofThere have been big developments in the ongoing story of an elderly war veteran who was in desperate need of roof repair.
State Issues Order To Revoke Hollywood Hill Nursing Home's LicenseThe state's Agency for Health Care Administration has issued a final order to revoke the license of a Broward County nursing home where residents died after Hurricane Irma in 2017.
Lt. Gov.-Elect Nuñez: Law Requiring Long-Term Care Providers To Have Generators May Need To Be Re-ExaminedThe incoming administration of Gov.-elect Ron DeSantis may tinker with one of Gov. Rick Scott’s signature acts, pushed in response to Hurricane Irma.
Judge Backs Revoking Hollywood Nursing Home License After Irma Deaths Offering extensive details of what she described as a “catastrophe,” an administrative law judge has backed a state decision to revoke the license of a Broward County nursing home where residents died after Hurricane Irma.
Hurricane Irma Insurance Claims Top One MillionWith more than 1 million claims filed, estimates of insured losses in Florida from last year’s Hurricane Irma have surpassed $11.08 billion, according to the state Office of Insurance Regulation.
Court Allows FPL Hurricane Irma Class-Action Lawsuit To Move Forward An appeals court Wednesday rejected an attempt by Florida Power & Light to block a class-action lawsuit that alleges the utility did not properly prepare for last year’s Hurricane Irma.
Aid To Low-Income Residents Available For Irma Home RepairsThe Florida Department of Economic Opportunity said Monday it has started making assistance available to low-income residents in certain counties whose homes were damaged last year in Hurricane Irma.
Wasserman Schultz Applauds Fed Audit Of Gov. Scott "Price Gouging" ContractsMore than a year after Hurricane Irma left a trail of devastation across the state, a federal investigation has been launched into how certain parts of the recovery were handled and paid for.
Feds Launch Audit Of Keys Debris ContractsThe Inspector General for the Department of Homeland Security is launching his own investigation into the debris removal controversy surrounding Florida Governor Rick Scott.
One Year Since Tragedy At Rehabilitation Center At Hollywood Hills & Families Still Demand JusticeIt’s been one year since a Hollywood nursing home slowly turned into a death trap in the days after Hurricane Irma.