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  • TALLAHASSEE, Fla.— 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, mostly because of improvements made to the power grid since Hurricane Wilma 12 years ago. Adding to the furor: Nine people who were in a Florida nursing home died amid sweltering heat after the home...

  • Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue, flew over hundreds of miles of Florida farmland to view the damage. Putnam said the citrus crop in southwest Florida is particularly devastated. Florida is the nation's largest juice producer.

  • A destroyed trailer in Key Largo, Fla., after Hurricane Irma swept through the area.

    Threatening social media posts possibly connected to ISIS have raised alerts in cities battered by recent hurricanes.

  • Steve Slonan inspects a friend's home after Hurricane Irma hit the area on September 11, 2017 in East Naples, Florida.

    Florida loses ground as one of the best places to retire, particularly in Irma's aftermath.

  • Residents observe the damage left by Hurricane Irma on September 11, 2017 in Philipsburg, St. Martin. The Caribbean island sustained extensive damage from the powerful storm.

    Three different stories emerge after Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma, says Barry Sternlicht, Starwood Capital Group chairman and chief executive officer, talking about the rebuilding efforts in Houston, Florida and the Caribbean.

  • A woman exits a Miami store still without power two days after Hurricane Irma passed through the area on September 12, 2017.

    Some 6.7 million homes and businesses in Florida and nearby states still had no power on Tuesday after the pummeling from Hurricane Irma.

  • *Over 7.4 million in Florida, other states without power. FLORIDA CITY/ MARCO ISLAND, Fla., Sept 11- S torm-shocked Floridians returned to shattered homes on Monday as the remnants of Hurricane Irma pushed inland, leaving more than half of all state residents without power and city streets underwater from Orlando and Jacksonville into coastal Georgia and South...

  • *Irma downgraded to tropical storm, heads into Georgia. *Over 7.4 million in Florida, other states without power. FLORIDA CITY/ MARCO ISLAND, Fla., Sept 11- S torm-shocked Floridians returned to shattered homes on Monday as the remnants of Hurricane Irma pushed inland, leaving more than half of all state residents without power and city streets underwater from...

  • Kevin Maloney of Property Markets Group says most of Miami's building are intact post-Hurricane Irma due to Florida's improving building code.

  • *About 7.3 million in Florida, other states without power. FLORIDA CITY/ MARCO ISLAND, Fla., Sept 11- S torm-shocked Floridians returned to their shattered homes on Monday as the remnants of once-powerful Hurricane Irma pushed inland, leaving well over half of residents without power and flooding cities in the state's northeastern corner. Especially hard hit was...

  • *About 7.3 million in Florida, other states without power. Authorities said the storm had killed 39 people in the Caribbean and one in Florida, a man found dead in a pickup truck that had crashed into a tree in high winds on the Florida Keys over the weekend. With sustained winds of up to 60 mph, Irma had crossed into Georgia and was located about 47 miles northeast of the...

  • Authorities said the storm had killed 38 people in the Caribbean and one in Florida, a man found dead in a pickup truck that had crashed into a tree in high winds on the Florida Keys over the weekend. With sustained winds of up to 60 mph, Irma had crossed into Georgia and was situated about 47 miles northeast of the Florida state capital Tallahassee, the National...

  • *More than 6 million in Florida, other states without power. *Fresh flooding in northeastern Florida cities. With sustained winds of up to 65 miles per hour, Irma was located about 70 miles east of the Florida state capital Tallahassee and headed toward the Georgia border, the National Hurricane Center said at 11 a.m. ET.

  • *5.8 million without power across Florida. MIAMI/ KISSIMMEE, Fla., Sept 11- Downgraded from a hurricane to a tropical storm, Irma flooded several northern Florida cities with heavy rain and a high storm surge on Monday as it headed out of the state after cutting power to millions and ripping roofs off homes. Irma, once ranked as one of the most powerful hurricanes...

  • *5.8 million without power across Florida. TAMPA, Fla.,/ MIAMI, Sept 11- Downgraded from a hurricane to a tropical storm, Irma flooded several northern Florida cities with heavy rain and high storm surge on Monday as it headed out of the state after cutting power to millions and ripping roofs off homes. Irma, once ranked as one of the most powerful hurricanes recorded in...

  • *5.8 million without power across Florida. TAMPA, Fla.,/ MIAMI, Sept 11- Downgraded from a hurricane to a tropical storm, Irma flooded several northern Florida cities with heavy rain and high storm surge on Monday as it headed out of the state after cutting power to millions and ripping roofs off homes. Irma, once ranked as one of the most powerful hurricanes recorded in...

  • Miami Beach Mayor Levine: Overall we did 'very well' during the storm

    Miami Beach Mayor Philip Levine provides a preliminary assessment of the damage left after Hurricane Irma.

  • *5.8 million without power across Florida. TAMPA, Fla.,/ MIAMI, Sept 11- Hurricane Irma pounded heavily populated areas of central Florida on Monday as it carved through the state with high winds, storm surges and torrential rains that left millions without power, ripped roofs off homes and flooded city streets. Irma, once ranked as one of the most powerful hurricanes...

  • Hurricane Irma's impact on Florida's housing construction boom

    Diana Olick explains how the mass expansion in Florida's real estate market could be impacted by Hurricane Irma.

  • *Millions without power across Florida. TAMPA, Fla.,/ MIAMI, Sept 11- Hurricane Irma pounded heavily populated areas of central Florida on Monday as it carved through the state with high winds, storm surges and torrential rains that left millions without power, ripped roofs off homes and flooded city streets. Irma, once ranked as one of the most powerful hurricanes...