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Debris piles are starting to grow in downtown Bonita Springs as city officials scramble to find dumping sites for Hurricane Irma cleanup crews. [Read More]
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Thousands of people waited for hours in massive, long lines to sign up for disaster assistance in the wake of Hurricane Irma. [Read More]
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Debris from Hurricane Irma has blocked streets and sidewalks—and now, doctors say, your sinuses. [Read More]
Hurricane Irma delayed financial aid payments to students at Seminole State College because the school was closed for a week. [Read More]
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State Sen. Dennis Baxley issued an apology Thursday for questioning whether the deaths of residents of a Broward County nursing home were related to Hurricane... [Read More]
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Food for Florida Disaster Food Assistance Program will start helping people in Southwest Florida. [Read More]
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Share This Story:TwitterFacebookLinkedinMoreGeorgia Insurance Commissioner Ralph Hudgens says, estimated insured losses from Hurricane Irma have climbed to more than $550 million, with insurers reporting approximately... [Read More]
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The Federal Emergency Management Agency will open a disaster recovery center in Palm Harbor to assist residents affected by Hurricane Irma. [Read More]
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The park suffered some damage from Hurricane Irma and is reopening on Friday. The tour will be of the areas affected. …... [Read More]
Hurricane Irma is throwing a wrench in Florida's budget for the coming year. Lawmakers were already facing a daunting challenge crafting a balanced budget. [Read More]
Police believe a man abandoned his 71-year-old mother in an East Point motel — and went on vac... [Read More]
State Sen. Dennis Baxley issued an apology Thursday for questioning whether the deaths of residents of a Broward County nursing home were related to Hurricane... [Read More]
State Sen. Dennis Baxley issued an apology Thursday for questioning whether the deaths of residents of a Broward County nursing home were related to Hurricane... [Read More]
Stone crab season begins on Sunday, Oct. 15, and despite Hurricane Irma battering of Florida's fishing industry, the price per pound will depend, as always,... [Read More]
Hurricane Irma evacuation traffic last month certainly congested Dothan roadways, but without a recently constructed traffic management center, it could have been a lot worse. [Read More]
Kendrix Haynes lost a lot in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma: all his food and his pet bearded dragon, Rocky. It was the power (or... [Read More]
One third down, two to go was the latest storm debris removal update given during the Lake County Commission meeting this week.  Contractors, county crews and residents combined... [Read More]
Florida officials are trying to see whether they can find another vehicle to add $2.5 billion for Florida agriculture hurt by Hurricane Irma. [Read More]
The iconic "Welcome to Key West" sign was found after it went missing during Hurricane Irma. An unidentified couple dropped... [Read More]
Even though Hurricane Irma blew through weeks ago, we are still learning the extent of the damage she caused. No one knows that better than... [Read More]
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