Since students in the Florida Panhandle county hardest hit by Hurricane Michael returned to classrooms in early November, they’ve dealt with power outages, sporadic internet, missing friends, larger classes and shared buildings.
Now that’s commitment.
With Hurricane Florence barreling toward their home near Wilmington, North Carolina, Allison Hales Jordan and her husband boarded up their house, packed up their car and headed to Walt Disney World in Florida with their two teenage children.
FEMA says it didn’t handle housing vouchers for displaced residents of Puerto Rico any differently from those of displaced Texas and Florida residents after last year’s hurricanes.
The wife of a former Marine is being deported after quietly living for years in Florida as an undocumented immigrant.
An Iraqi former translator for U.S. troops is finally becoming a U.S. citizen a year after officials abruptly removed him from a naturalization ceremony, prompting him to sue the government and charge it was targeting people from Muslim-majority countries.
The family of a Florida man who was fatally shot by another man he had pushed to the ground demanded Tuesday that prosecutors file charges against the gunman, despite protections that the state’s “stand your ground” law might offer.
More than a year after a former interpreter for U.S. military forces in Iraq was pulled out of a U.S. citizenship ceremony without explanation, he’s about to be naturalized.
Haeder Al Anbki was all set to become a U.S. citizen last year.
A police officer is in a coma and has a long road to recovery after being shot by a Florida felon who eventually killed four children during s standoff.