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Hurricane Irma ripped through the Florida Keys causing large-scale devastation. For Peggy Calkins who lost almost everything inside of her Marathon, Florida home, she was able to find comfort in the fact that her precious dishes made it through. [Read More]
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A Georgia city is helping out those hit hardest on the Florida Keys by Hurricane Irma. [Read More]
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Crews continue to clean up and help residents with essential giveaways across the Florida Keys. Members of the National Guard and Salvation Army have set... [Read More]
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Power, water and supplies continue slowly to be restored in communities across the southeast and Caribbean devastated by the winds and surge from Hurricane Irma.A volunteer crew of three men from Onslow Water and Sewer Authority and three personnel from the City of Jacksonville are working in the vicinity of Big Pine Key — approximately 30 miles from Key West — in the Florida Keys."It looks like a war zone," is how ONWASA Chief Executive Officer Jeffrey L. Hudson... [Read More]
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Crews inspecting a damaged home in the Florida Keys found a thirsty deer that drank four bottles of water before going on its way. (Sept. 19) [Read More]
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Schools in the Florida Keys will begin reopening Monday, just over two weeks after Hurricane Irma devastated the island chain. Five traditional public and charter schools in the Upper Keys …... [Read More]
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The Islamorada hotel featured in the Netflix series 'Bloodline' is closed indefinit... [Read More]
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A host of local businesses, organizations and prominent figures are working together to gather supplies for Hurricane Irma victims in the Florida Keys. Among those... [Read More]
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#Maria will remain an extremely dangerous category 4/5 hurricane the next couple of days. No direct impacts expected for the Florida Keys #FLKeys. #FLwx... [Read More]
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Watch must-see video highlights from FOX 10 Phoenix's newscasts and web exclusives. [Read More]
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Follow Tampa Bay Rays baseball from spring training to the World Series with Marc Topkin, Joe Smith and the St. Petersburg Times sports staff. From Evan Longoria to B.J. Upton and David Price, we're your source for Tampa Bay Rays scores and schedules. The Mill restaurant in St. Petersburg and its newly-opened location in Brandon are collecting donations to help residents of the Florida Keys who've been affected by Hurricane Irma. [Read More]
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The 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. [Read More]
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Over the weekend, the Florida Panthers collected hurricane relief supplies for those hit hardest by Hurricane Irma. On Wednesday morning, they were ready to deliver the goods — with the …... [Read More]
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More residents who had fled the Florida Keys ahead of Hurricane Irma were allowed to return to their homes as authorities reopened Key West at the end of the devastated archipelago on Sunday. [Read More]
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There has been a lot of concern about the fate of the tiny, endangered Key deer after Hurricane Irma slammed into the Florida Keys, tearing up homes, boats and a lot of natural habitat. One of the dog-sized deer received some much-needed relief Monday when crew members with Delray Beach Fire-Rescue,... [Read More]
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A single-engine aircraft crashed into the Gulf of Mexico while surveying and photographing damage ca... [Read More]
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Firefighter feeds distressed Key West deer bottles of water after Hurricane Irma... [Read More]
A Broward County firefighter who was in the Florida Keys to assist recovery efforts after Hurricane Irma came to the aid of a very thirsty Key deer. [Read More]
The morning read of what's hot in Florida politics. By Peter Schorsch, Phil Ammann, Mitch Perry and Jim Rosica. And now for some good news… As the Florida Keys began reopening after Hurricane Irma, returning residents were warned they had to be self-sufficient and had to figure out how to take care of their own needs, fending for themselves without food, water, power or other essential necessities. Enter Farm Share. The Homestead-based nonprofit dispatched two tractor-trailer trucks, carrying…... [Read More]
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Florida Keys residents have yet another concern as they rebuild after Hurricane Irma: dirty water. [Read More]
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