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By Adriana Gomez Licon, Curt Anderson, Associated Press
A bill has been sent to Florida's governor that would require statewide recertification of condominiums over three stories tall, in response to the Surfside building collapse that killed 98 people.
By Associated Press
The mayor has lost his job in a small South Florida town where 98 people died in the collapse of an oceanfront condominium last summer.
By Terry Spencer, Associated Press
The National Institute of Standards and Technology also announced Wednesday it will conduct a five-pronged investigation into the Champlain Towers South collapse.
In our news wrap Monday, the White House announced that a U.S. combat mission in Iraq will wrap up by year’s end. The United Nations reports that more women and children have been killed in fighting in Afghanistan this year…
In our news wrap Friday, a federal appeals court has ruled against a moratorium on most residential evictions during the pandemic. Shooting and protests erupted outside the funeral of Haiti's slain President Jovenel Moïse. Monsoon rains in western India triggered…
By David Fischer, Associated Press
The June 24 collapse killed at least 97 people and at least one more person believed missing in the disaster has yet to be identified.
By Bobby Caina Calvan, Associated Press
Another 62 people remain unaccounted for, and no one has been found alive since the first hours after building fell on June 24.
In our news wrap Thursday, the U.S. military mission in Afghanistan will now conclude early on August 31st instead of September 11. Afghan government forces said they drove Taliban fighters from a key provincial capital. Haiti officials said police have…
By Stephanie Sy
As efforts in Surfside, Florida shift from rescue to recovery, more attention will turn to events leading up to the Champlain Towers' collapse. Part of the inquiry will focus on the actions and inactions of the condominium's homeowner's board. Stephanie…
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