Some Floridians face another week without power

After Hurricane Ian’s devastation, water and electricity could be restored to homes, businesses, schools and hospitals in southwest Florida by Sunday, officials said on Monday. “We’ve put together a really good plan,” said Florida’s director of emergency management, Kevin Guthrie.…

One dead after three Florida teens crash stolen Maserati

A 15-year-old Florida man died early Sunday after he and two teenagers stole a silver Maserati for a high-speed joy ride, causing it to crash and overturn, officials said. The surviving teen was seriously injured in a pre-dawn accident in…

Death toll up to 68 people; 4,000 Florida rescues

Editor’s Note: Don’t have power? Click here for the lite version of this fast loading page. The death toll from Hurricane Ian reached at least 68 people and power shutdown more than 750,000 homes and businesses across Florida on Sunday,…

Authorities name victims in fatal Hermantown plane crash

HARMANTOWN – Residents of three Twin Cities died late Saturday when the small plane they were flying crashed into a home and yard south of Duluth International Airport. Hermantown officials said Sunday afternoon that Alyssa Schmidt, 32, of St. Paul…

‘Real People That We Care About Are Being Exploited’

But federal monetization looks unlikely this year, leaving the burden on states and consumers to quell demand for illegal marijuana. Since November 2020, the number of legal states has increased from 12 to 19, with Arizona, Montana, New Mexico, Vermont…