orty-eight hours after Hurricane Idalia hit the state of Florida, state officials said Friday they’ve made solid progress in their efforts to recover. But power, schools and other needs remain, and now the president is planning a visit.A
t last check, around 2 p.m. Friday, about 84,000 Floridians were still waiting to get power back. The vast majority are in rural parts of the Big Bend area. Officials said they’ve reconnected nearly a half million customers.D
uring a morning news conference, Florida Lt. Governor Jeanette Nez said impacted schools were making strides to reopen their facilities as soon as possible. She said
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