Greg Allen

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Bahamians Who Fled Dorian Face An Uncertain Future In U.S.

Thursday, September 19, 2019

Customs and Border Protection says some 4,000 Bahamians relocated to the U.S. after Hurricane Dorian — many of them to South Florida. They're wondering if the U.S. will allow them to stay.


The Next Stage: How Young Venezuelan Artists Continue Their Studies In The U.S.

Saturday, September 14, 2019

More than 200,000 Venezuelans have fled to South Florida in recent years. Now, with the help of Miami arts programs, young dancers and musicians are getting scholarships to keep doing what they love.


Friends Remember One Of Dorian's Victims On Grand Bahama

Thursday, September 12, 2019

P.J. Thomas was an experienced boat captain and harbor pilot who guided some of the world's largest cruise ships to the dock. During the hurricane, he died saving his wife.


Slow Moving Hurricane Dorian Batters The Bahamas

Tuesday, September 03, 2019

Hurricane Dorian has parked itself over the Bahamas. The storm has killed at least five people and destroyed thousands of homes. Power outages are the norm.


Hurricane Dorian Still Expected To Turn North

Monday, September 02, 2019

Hurricane Dorian continues to crawl across the northern Bahamas. The storm's rain bands have reached Florida. Meteorologists still believe the hurricane will turn north as it nears Florida.


The Latest On Hurricane Dorian And Its Path

Monday, September 02, 2019

The latest on Hurricane Dorian's damage and where it's headed.


Trump Administration Opens Door To Dropping Florida's Key Deer From Endangered List

Wednesday, August 28, 2019

U.S. Fish and Wildlife officials recommended that Key deer be "delisted due to recovery," but advocates say the Key deer population was hit hard by Hurricane Irma and its aftermath.


4 Former Staffers Face Charges Over Nursing Home Deaths After Hurricane Irma

Monday, August 26, 2019

A dozen patients' deaths were ruled homicides. They died after Irma knocked out power to the air conditioning system at the South Florida center in 2017.


Mental Health Toll Of Hurricane Maria Still Palpable In Puerto Rico

Thursday, August 22, 2019

More than 3 million Puerto Ricans saw their communities — and families — devastated by the deadly Category 4 hurricane. Many residents are still emotionally fragile.


Florida Could Serve As Example For Lawmakers Considering Red Flag Laws

Wednesday, August 21, 2019

Florida adopted a red flag law last year after the shooting that killed 17 people at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. Since then, courts there have approved about 2,500 risk protection orders.


Community Reacts To ICE Raids

Saturday, August 10, 2019

Nearly 700 people were detained in immigration raids across Mississippi this week. Communities, families, and businesses are all trying to adjust to a new reality.


Mississippi Communities Still In Shock Following ICE Raids And Arrests

Friday, August 09, 2019

Families, businesses and community leaders continue to grapple with the massive immigration raids that hit Mississippi this week.


A New Old Way To Combat Toxic Algae: Float It Up, Then Skim It Off

Monday, July 29, 2019

Massive blooms of blue-green algae are choking Florida's waterways. On Lake Okeechobee, the Army Corps of Engineers is testing methods based on wastewater treatment to remove the green slime.


How Cuban American Communities Are Reacting To Trump's Racist Comments

Wednesday, July 17, 2019

Cuban Americans are among President Trump's most reliable supporters and helped him win Florida. A sampling of Cuban American voters in Miami finds most untroubled by his recent racist comments.


In Puerto Rico, The Campaign For A Hurricane Proof House

Sunday, July 14, 2019

In the nearly two years since Hurricane Maria, about half a million people still don't have a safe affordable home. One architect is working to change that.


To Build Resilience, Puerto Rico Communities Embrace Grassroots Partnerships

Saturday, July 06, 2019

Across Puerto Rico, communities have partnered with foundations and charities to become more resilient against future natural disasters.


Puerto Rico Harnesses The Power Of The Sun For A Renewable Energy Future

Friday, July 05, 2019

Puerto Rico has a plan to rebuild its energy grid and move to 100% renewable power by 2050. Many communities are working toward that themselves, without help from the government.


'I Don't Feel Safe': Puerto Rico Preps For Next Storm Without Enough Government Help

Wednesday, July 03, 2019

Nearly two years after Hurricane Maria, the government has made vast improvements and residents have worked together to clean up their communities, but Puerto Rico remains extremely vulnerable.


Two More Deputies Fired For Not Confronting Parkland, Fla., School Shooter

Wednesday, June 26, 2019

Two other deputies had already been fired for the same reason. Seventeen students and faculty of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School were killed on Feb. 14, 2018.


Jeffrey Epstein's Sex Offender Plea Deal Must Stand, Federal Prosecutors Say

Tuesday, June 25, 2019

Attorneys representing sex abuse victims have argued for years that their clients weren't informed of the once-secret deal beforehand or given the opportunity to testify about it in court.