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Hurricane Maria takes aim at Puerto Rico

  • Many Sebring residents still without power

  • TECO worker offers reward for lost wedding band

  • Tampa Puerto Ricans watch as Maria slams home

  • Irma causes erosion on Pinellas beaches

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  • Shelter opened for Withlacoochee River evacuees

  • Massive debris cleanup effort underway in St. Pete

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  • Gov. Scott visits first responders in Hillsborough

  • Florida to charge road tolls again, starting Thursday

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  • Irma insurance claims already near $2-billion

  • Free legal help hotline open for Irma victims


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'Ghost boat' washes ashore at Melbourne Beach

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  • After Hurricane Irma devastated St. Croix, NBA Hall of Famer Tim Duncan stepped up and has helped raise almost $3 million. But if there’s one thing the five-time NBA champion knows about success, it’s that it takes teamwork. He and his team have

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  • Hurricane Irma didn't just leave behind wind and flood damage. The storm also took some things with it, like sand. Parts of coastal Pinellas County suffered what an official calls

    Irma causes errosion on Pinellas beaches

  • An 18-year-old passed away after a Monday morning collision with a school bus, officials said.

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Hurricane Irma's destruction in Florida

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