Eight Months After Hurricane Maria, Puerto Rico Still Deals With AftermathEight months after the storm, the death toll from Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico remains a mystery. The official count is 64, but many, including the mayor of San Juan, believe the number is much higher.
Puerto Rico Gov. Calls Protocol "Subpar" In Light Of Harvard Death Toll StudyHarvard University researchers say last year's death toll from Hurricane Maria is dramatically larger than reported.
New Study Says Death Toll From Hurricane Maria Thousands More Than Official NumberSome new staggering numbers have come out related to Hurricane Maria.
Politicians Courting Puerto Ricans Who Fled Homeland After StormPoliticians from at least four states are working to gain the trust and support of thousands of Puerto Ricans who fled their island home after Hurricane Maria and found refuge in the states.
Puerto Rico Suffers Island-Wide Power OutageEventually luck will turn around for the people of Puerto Rico, right?
Puerto Rico Closing 283 Schools Over Sharp Drop In EnrollmentPuerto Rico is closing 283 schools this summer following a sharp drop in enrollment in the past year, officials said.
Teen Delivers Hundreds Of Solar Lamps To Puerto RicansMonths after Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico, a teen, shocked by the poor living conditions stepped up to help the island.
FEMA Extension Helping Puerto Rican Family Still Getting Settled After MariaIt was a full-blown exodus as Puerto Ricans left their island home after Hurricane Maria.
Gov. Scott Focusing On Puerto Ricans Displaced By Hurricane MariaGovernor Rick Scott stopped into South Florida to talk about ongoing relief efforts for Puerto Ricans displaced by Hurricane Maria.
State Democrats Point To Need For Puerto Rican Housing AidDemocratic state lawmakers are urging Puerto Rico's governor to formally request Federal Emergency Management Agency assistance for evacuees who have relocated to Florida and need housing.
Former MLB Stars Jeter, Posada Team Up With Local Developer To Help Puerto Rico ReliefFormer athletes and a Florida developer are teaming up for a good cause.
South Florida Relief Efforts Bring Aid To Puerto Rico & Families Back To USNearly three months after Hurricane Maria slammed Puerto Rico and caused tens of billions of dollars in damage, South Florida has stepped up once again in the struggle to recover.