'We Got To Help Americans': Vets Help Hurricane VictimsA Colorado Veteran’s organization known for honoring the state’s fallen soldiers has changed its mission to hurricane relief.
Colorado Crew Conducting Searches After Hurricane IrmaA team of Colorado search and rescue specialists is currently helping out in Florida in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma.
6 Die At Nursing Home In Hurricane Irma's AftermathSix patients at a sweltering Hollywood nursing home died in Hurricane Irma's aftermath.
Chainsaw-Wielding Nun Clears Trees After Irma Florida nun is pitching in on the cleanup efforts following Hurricane Irma by taking a chain saw to downed trees while dressed in her full habit.
FEMA Estimates 25 Percent Of Florida Keys Homes Are GoneResidents of some of the islands closest to Florida's mainland were allowed to return and get their first look at the devastation.
Irma Weakens Into A Tropical Storm But Keeps Causing MiseryHurricane Irma weakened into a still-dangerous tropical storm Monday as it pushed inland, triggering record flooding in Florida's northeastern corner, while rescuers in its soggy, wind-battered wake mobilized to reach victims and learn the full extent of the damage.
Irma Forces Disney, Universal, Sea World ClosuresHurricane Irma took aim at Florida this past weekend, and while the greatest impact will be felt in the southern-most part of the state, Central Florida will feel the wrath of Irma as well.
Hurricane Irma Latest: Utility Says It Will Take Weeks To Restore PowerThe National Hurricane Center says a slightly weakened but still powerful Irma will soon slam the Naples and Marco Island with its strongest winds.
'Pray For Everybody': Irma Begins Its Assault On FloridaHurricane Irma roared through the Florida Keys on Sunday with punishing 130 mph winds and began pushing its way north.
Irma Closes In With Tampa, Not Miami, In The CrosshairsTampa has not been struck by a major hurricane since 1921, when its population was about 10,000. Now the area has around 3 million people.
Hurricanes Drive Addiction Issues Into Public SquareIn the whirr of preparations for Hurricane Irma, a needle exchange program in Miami's Overtown neighborhood handed out extra syringes to heroin users.
Miami Homeless Removed Against Their WillUnder the law, they can be held up to 72 hours before the state would have to go to court to prolong their detention.

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