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80 books missing from school used as shelter

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  • 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.

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  • HE'S HELPED TENS OF THOUSANDS OF PEOPLE GET THEIR POWER BACK -- AND NOW -- A TECO LINEMAN AND HIS WIFE ARE ASKING THE PUBLIC FOR A LITTLE HELP IN RETURN. SHAWN BERRY LOST HIS WEDDING RING WHILE WORKING IN TAMPA AFTER HURRICANE IRMA. TONIGHT THE OSCE

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  • An explosion rocked a home in Canoga Park Wednesday afternoon, but it was unclear if anyone was seriously injured.

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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)

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