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Final Keys Resort Damaged by Hurricane Irma Set to Reopen

Little Palm Island Resort & Spa is the final Keys lodging to reopen after Irma.

Employees of Rehabilitation Center at Hollywood Hills Charged

Four employees of a Florida nursing home where 12 people died in sweltering heat after a hurricane cut power were charged Monday, at least three of them with aggravated manslaughter, their attorneys said. Nursing home patients at the Rehabilitation Center at Hollywood...

Power is Back in Florida, But Utilities Still Under Fire

After a massive restoration effort, most of Florida has power 10 days after Hurricane Irma knocked out electricity to nearly two-thirds of the state. Experts say improvements made to the power grid since Hurricane Wilma 12 years ago have meant...

Florida Suspends License of Nursing Home After Irma’s Death

The Agency for Health Care Administration said Wednesday that it suspended the license of the Rehabilitation Center at Hollywood Hills.

FEMA Estimates One-Fourth of Keys Homes Could Be Destroyed

Federal officials estimated one-quarter of all homes in the Keys were destroyed. Residents allowed to return to the parts of the Keys closest to Florida's mainland.

Accessing Damages in the Aftermath of Hurricane Irma Throughout Florida

Accessing the overall aftermath throughout Florida and economic loss. of Hurricane Irma. Surged caused flooding, millions lost power, homes, cars, boats damaged.

Hurricane Irma as it Rolled Through Florida with Water Surge, Force Winds and Flood

The 400-mile-wide storm blew ashore in the Florida Keys, swamping homes and boats, knocking out power to millions and toppling trees.

The Latest on #HurricaneIrma: The Storm Shifts, Target is Now Tampa, Not Miami

Throughout South Florida, officials readied evacuation orders and people raided store shelves, buying up water and other hurricane supplies.

Hurricane Irma’s Destruction Throughout the Caribbean (Photos & Videos)

Photos and Videos of Hurricane Irmas' Destruction throughout the Caribbean. The hurricane smashed homes, schools, stores, roads and boats on its path.

Nations Rush to Help Islands Devastated by Hurricane Irma

Warships and planes were dispatched with food, water and troops after the fearsome Category 5 storm smashed homes, schools and roads.
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Judge rules against Florida on felons paying fines to vote

U.S. District Court Judge Robert Hinkle in Tallahassee ruled it was unconstitutional.
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Will virus keep Florida spectators from astronaut launch?

In the age of coronavirus, local officials and NASA are split on whether that’s a good idea.

DeSantis: Florida summer camps can open without restrictions

Summer camps and youth activities in Florida can open without restrictions.

Universal Orlando to begin phased reopening June 5

Gov. DeSantis approved the reopening plan with the recommendation of Orange County Mayor Jerry Demings.

Florida unemployment rate triples in April to nearly 13%

Florida’s unemployment rate skyrocketed to 12.9% in April from 4.3% in March and from 2.8% in February