Hurricane Irma Insurance Losses Close To $10 BillionInsurance loss estimates from Hurricane Irma have hit $9.7 billion, up by more than $1 billion since April, according to the latest numbers posted by the Florida Office of Insurance Regulation.
Florida: No One-Way Highways Ahead Of Next StormDespite widespread traffic jams before Hurricane Irma hit, state officials do not plan to authorize one-way traffic ahead of future storms.
Citizens Insurance Says Finances Solid After IrmaCitizens Property Insurance appears to have emerged from the 2017 Atlantic storm season on firm financial footing, despite Hurricane Irma.
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.
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.
Citizens Property Insurance Claims Expected To Top $1.2 BillionAn estimated $1.23 billion in claims are expected to be filed by Citizens Property Insurance policyholders because of damage from Hurricane Irma, the state-backed insurer announced Wednesday.
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.
South Florida's Iconic Stiltsville Survives Hurricane IrmaSouth Florida’s Stiltsville, once decimated by Hurricanes Betsy & Andrew, survived Hurricane Irma with only a few bumps and bruises.
Florida Schools Can Cut Back Year By 2 Days Due To StormFlorida schools forced to close due to Hurricane Irma can trim their academic calendar by two days.
Florida Panthers Send Caravan Of Hurricane Relief Supplies To Florida KeysThe road into the lower Florida Keys is reopen and on that road Tuesday is a caravan of relief supplies collected by the Florida Panthers at the BB&T Center in Sunrise.