Nearly a quarter of Florida customers without power after Hurricane Ian
Workers are toiling ‘around the clock’ to restore power, but some reconnections will take a while.
By Jesse Scheckner and Florida Politics
Tags: Florida News, TECO, FPL, Tampa Bay power outages
FEMA positioning supplies, personnel at ‘strategic locations’ ahead of Hurricane Ian
All requested urban search-and-rescue resources are already at their staging areas, FEMA personnel said.
Tags: Florida News, Hurricane Ian, FEMA, Biden, DeSantis
Val Demings says Marco Rubio is ‘not comfortable’ talking with diverse communities
'He goes into very scripted environments.'
Tags: Florida News, Val Demings, Marco Rubio, Florida
DeSantis ripped for being only governor in nation to not apply for $2.3 billion in COVID relief for schools
'The uncertainty this creates for schools and families is absurd.'
Tags: Florida News
AP, New York Times among news orgs seeking to join Rep. Carlos Smith's lawsuit to get state COVID data
The lawsuit against the state Department of Health is over the agency’s refusal to release previously public COVID-19 information.
By Florida Politics and Jesse Scheckner
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