CBS station finds wasteful spending in Florida after Hurricane Irma

An investigation by CBS Miami station WFOR-TV has uncovered millions of dollars in wasteful spending after Hurricane Irma. Before the 2017 storm, companies were ready to remove debris at rates that had been reached through competitive bidding. After the storm hit the Florida Keys, Gov. Rick Scott went in a different direction. WFOR-TV’s Jim DeFede …

Florida Keys Faces Housing Shortage After Hurricane Irma

The Federal Emergency Management Agency has provided temporary housing in the Florida Keys since November. Much of mainland Florida escaped major damage from Hurricane Irma, but the Keys were devastated. Irma destroyed almost 1,200 homes in Monroe County, Reuters reports. That number excludes trailers, which are a very popular form of housing in the Keys. …

Storm Alberto Causes Beach Erosion in Longboat Key, Florida

Subtropical Storm Alberto pushed north along the western coast of Florida on Sunday, May 27, churning up the ocean and creating beach erosion. Some tropical storm warnings remained in effect on Florida’s west coast, but some had been lifted, a news report said. The storm’s top wind speed was 50 miles per hour as of …

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Caribbean islands brace for Hurricane Maria

After being hit by Irma, some Caribbean islands are bracing for another hurricane. Hurricane Maria is expected to strengthen and could pose a major threat. CBS News national correspondent David Begnaud has the latest from San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Eye Opener: Answers sought after deaths at Florida nursing home

A criminal investigation is underway into the deaths of eight Florida nursing home residents. Also, President Trump travels to Florida to take a firsthand look at Hurricane Irma’s damage. All that and all that matters in today’s Eye Opener. Your world in 90 seconds. Get the Eye Opener delivered straight to your inbox.