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Thursday, October 12, 2017 at 08:31 PM
Puerto Rico is still largely without electricity and clean water following widespread devastation from Hurricane Maria, nearly a month after it made landfall. [Read More]
In a thread of early morning tweets, US President Donald Trump expressed his displeasure with Puerto Rico's personal progress on hurricane relief. [Read More]
"These people are going to die. The help is not really there for them." [Read More]
Columnist Alfred P. Doblin comments on President Trump's tweets to the people of Puerto Rico. [Read More]
It's been three weeks since Hurricane Maria devastated the island of Puerto Rico. People are still struggling to get power and fresh drinking water. One... [Read More]
Fort Walton Beach Police Officer Hector Vega was looking forward to visiting family in Puerto Rico last month. He planned to celebrate all the September... [Read More]
President Donald Trump hinted that the U.S. will be pulling the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) out of Puerto Rico, but the agency has a... [Read More]
Mayor Bill de Blasio said there will be health and educational support for those coming to New York for Puerto Rico. But he said finding... [Read More]
The GOP-controlled House voted 353-69 to approve $36.5 billion in emergency relief for Puerto Rico and other areas hit by recent disasters, and reflected early... [Read More]
Three weeks after Hurricane Maria tore through Puerto Rico, the challenge of finding enough water to drink and cook with remains enormous. [Read More]
In a Twitter storm Thursday, US President Donald Trump sent out three tweets regarding FEMA's stay in hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico, and to no one's shock,... [Read More]
A tanker truck and driver from Superior's Jeff Foster Trucking are on the ground in Puerto Rico as part of the relief efforts following Hurricane... [Read More]
Gundersen cardiologist Julio Bird re-lives moments of Hurricane Maria through his iPad. [Read More] is your source for continuous news, sports and weather information for Corpus Christi, Texas... [Read More]
"We cannot keep FEMA, the Military & the First Responders . . . in P.R. forever!" the president tweeted. [Read More]
It's been three weeks since Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico and much of the island is still without power. [Read More]
As Hurricane Maria was bearing down on Puerto Rico, Nestor Ortiz was sitting in Brooklyn, where he'd been trying to find work and eventually move... [Read More]
Presidents do not get to pick and choose which Americans to help at times of disaster        ... [Read More]
Puerto Rico still needs a lot of help. Eighty-percent of the island is still without power. CBS Correspondent David Begnaud has been on the ground... [Read More]
Dr. Julio and Maribel Bird planned a trip to Puerto Rico nine months ago. [Read More]