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A convenience store has become an important community spot in the wake of Hurricane Maria. Gaby Acevedo reports. [Read More]
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A dozen furry immigrants arrived in Pittsburgh on Monday as part of a rescue team's efforts to reunite hurricane victims with their lost pet dogs. [Read More]
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Students from Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands continue to flock to Central Florida colleges and universities, which have offered in-state tuition to people from areas affected by Hurricane Maria. At the University of Central Florida, 448 students from the islands have applied to attend... [Read More]
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The Miami-Dade commissioners will vote this Wednesday on the controversial 836 Extension - a project to prolong the way for 14 miles south of its current location and west of Kendall. People who live in Kendall and have to commute downtown have built up support for the project. Other groups are fighting it because the extension could interfere with the Urban Development Boundary, or wind into the Everglades. Sundial sat down with Tere Garcia from the Miami Dade Express Authority to discuss the proposal. After Hurricane Maria's devastation, Federal Emergency Management Agency ( FEMA ) offered more than 2,000... [Read More]
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Miami-Dade commissioners will vote Wednesday on the controversial 836 extension - a project to prolong the highway for 14 miles south of its current location and west of Kendall. Many people who live in Kendall and commute downtown have expressed support for the project. Those in opposition say the extension could wind into the Everglades. Sundial sat down with Tere Garcia from the Miami-Dade Expressway Authority to discuss the proposal. After Hurricane Maria's devastation, the Federal Emergency Management Agency ( FEMA ) offered more than 2,000 displaced Puerto Rican families temporary shelter assistance nationwide, with 400 of those families... [Read More]
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico — Shortly after he turned 2, Yadriel Hernandez started struggling to breathe. His doctor prescribed an inhaler and an allergy pill for asthma, and his symptoms were mostly under control. Then Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico, strewing mold-producing wreckage across the island and forcing many to use fume-spewing generators for power. The boy, now 8, started having twice-monthly attacks and needing nearly four times the amount of medicine he used to take. ... [Read More]
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Hurricane Maria, the Category 4 storm that devastated Puerto Rico in September 2017, is estimated to... [Read More]
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Hurricane Maria, the Category 4 storm that devastated Puerto Rico in September 2017, is estimated to have resulted in up to 5,000 fatalities in its aftermath. [Read More]
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Jazzmine McKee traveled to Puerto Rico, going door to door, to give out baby supplies to victims of Hurricane Maria.        ... [Read More]
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The mayor of Puerto Rico who shot to international fame after criticizing President Trump for not doing enough to help Hurricane Maria victims is being investigated by the FBI on corruption charges, according to multiple news outlets. [Read More]
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Doctors in Puerto Rico are seeing an alarming rise in the number and severity of asthma cases that they attribute to the aftermath of the deadly hurricane that walloped the island in September. [Read More]
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Whenever a world event forces people to move en masse, Ed Kennedy knows some of them inevitably end up in central Ohio.That is proving true yet again in the South-Western City Schools near Grove City, where Kennedy is the coordinator for services for English language learners.It's been nine months since Hurricane Maria decimated Puerto Rico and left many people in the U.S. territory without electricity and belongings. So far, about 45 Puerto Rican children enrolled in South... [Read More]
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SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico — Shortly after he turned 2, Yadriel Hernandez started struggling to breathe. His doctor prescribed an inhaler and an allergy pill for asthma, and his symptoms were mostly under control. Then Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico, strewing mold-producing wreckage across the island and forcing many to use fume-spewing generators for power. [Read More]
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News 6 revisits Puerto Rico to find out what kind of progress has been made after it was devastated by Hurricane Maria nearly a year ago. [Read More]
Ramon Cruz Laboy, a 75-year-old who kept to himself and never wanted to burden his relatives, died January 24 from medical complications that resulted from a femur fracture he suffered during a gust of wind from Hurricane Maria. Reinaldo Ruiz Cintron, 59, who loved the ocean so much friends nicknamed him "Rey Bruquena," or "Rey Crab," died two months after a tree branch fell on him in October while he was cleaning up debris from that hurricane, which... [Read More]
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The Puerto Rican government has seven days to release death certificates and related data to CNN and a local journalism organization investigating the true toll of Hurricane Maria, a Puerto Rican judge ruled Monday. [Read More]
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Ramon Cruz Laboy, a 75-year-old who kept to himself and never wanted to burden his relatives, died January 24 from medical complications that resulted from a femur fracture he suffered during a gust of wind from Hurricane Maria. [Read More]
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Ramon Cruz Laboy, a 75-year-old who kept to himself and never wanted to burden his relatives, died January 24 from medical complications that resulted from a femur fracture he suffered during a gust of wind from Hurricane Maria. Reinaldo Ruiz Cintron, 59, who loved the ocean so much friends nicknamed him "Rey Bruquena," or "Rey Crab," died two months after a tree branch fell on him in October while he was cleaning up debris from that hurricane, which... [Read More]
I see that Sen. Richard Blumenthal, D-Conn., was right there for the people of Oxford, Southbury, etc., when the May 15 storm was over. It didn't take long after Hurricane Maria for Blumenthal and his bag handler, Sen. Christopher S.... [Read More]
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Saturday's hot weather couldn't temper Puerto Rican Day pride as two parades snaked through city streets - one Downtown and a second in Humboldt Park. For many, this year's parade was more than just a celebration. It was a chance to reflect on everything Puerto Rico has overcome since Hurricane Maria devastated the island in September. "If you're born in the U.S. and you [went] to Puerto Rico, [you used to hear], 'Oh, you're from over there,'" Carlos... [Read More]
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