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Looter burglarizes evacuated home

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  • St. Petersburg police are searching for a man who broke into a home after the owners evacuated for Hurricane Irma, they said. Detectives said the suspect broke into a home in the 100 block of 17th Avenue South on September 10 around 6:45 a.m. He brok

    Looter burglarizes evacuated home

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  • A huge explosion rocks a local quiet neighborhood flattening a part of a house and sending debris everywhere.

    Police investigating explosion at Canoga Park home

  • A Pinellas County teacher was met with an unpleasant surprise when she returned to school after Hurricane Irma. She said more than 80 of her classroom reading books had vanished.

    80 books missing from school used as shelter

  • WEARY RESIDENTS CAN ONLY WATCH TONIGHT AS FLOOD WATERS SLOWLY CREEP CLOSER TO THEIR HOMES. THE Withlacoochee River IS NEARING IT’S EXPECTED CREST WHICH IS NEARLY 18 FEET. KEEP IN MIND THE RIVER FLOODS AT JUST 12 FEET!

    Withlacoochee flooding rakes residents' nerves

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Hurricane Irma's destruction in Florida

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  • Men drive through the flooded streets looking to see if people need help the morning after Hurricane Irma swept through the area on September 11, 2017 in Naples, Florida.  (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

    Hurricane Irma's destruction in Florida

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  • Viewing the total solar eclipse. August 21, 2017. Credit: FOX News

    Viewing the Great American Eclipse

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