Surfside Memorial Honoring 98 Lives Lost Presented Just Ahead Of 1-Year Condo Collapse MarkSpanning the length of the block where the South tower stood, you'll now see a banner, dawning the names and ages of the 98 people killed that day.
$997 Million Settlement Agreed To In Class Action Lawsuit Over Surfside Condo CollapseThe final settlement could rise to over a billion dollars by the end of the week, if one more party signs onto the agreement.
Site Of Surfside Condo Collapse Hits Auction Block May 24thNearly one year since the deadly collapse of Champlain Towers South in Surfside, the site where it once stood will officially go up for auction.
Facing South Florida: Condo Safety ReformFrustration is building over the state legislature’s failure to pass anything to make condos safer after the Surfside tragedy.
South Florida Lawmakers, Surfside Victims' Families Want Condo Reform Brought Up In Special SessionSouth Florida Democratic leaders joined forces with family members of those who died in the Surfside collapse to call on lawmakers to put condo reform on the agenda during next week's special session on redistricting.
Florida Congressional Dems Pen Letter To Gov. Ron DeSantis Urging Condo Reform After Surfside Condo CollapseFlorida’s Congressional Democrats called on Florida Governor Ron DeSantis on Monday night to put condominium reform on the agenda of next week's special legislative session in the aftermath of the Surfside condo collapse.
Facing South Florida: Surfside Building CollapseThe failure of the Florida Legislature to pass any reforms this year to make condos safer is drawing strong and emotional reaction from families who lost loved ones in the Champlain Towers collapse.
'How Many More Need To Die?' Surfside Families Demand Action From TallahasseeMartin Langesfeld has a simple question for Florida legislators: “How many more need to die for political leaders to make a difference?
Judge OKs $83 Million For Property Loss In Surfside Condo CollapsePeople who owned units at the Surfside condo building that collapsed last year will divide $83 million for property losses, with the compensation for families over the 98 deaths still to be determined, a judge ruled Wednesday.
Why The Legislature Failed To Pass Surfside ReformsFollowing the Surfside tragedy and the deaths of 98 people, it became clear there needed to be significant changes to state law to improve inspections and make sure critical repairs were done. And yet the Florida Legislature failed to pass a single reform. Why?
Temporary Memorial Approved For Victims Of Surfside CollapseDuring Tuesday night's special meeting, a temporary sign, which is just a sample, was approved.