The Florida nursing home where eight patients died days after Hurricane Irma knocked out its air conditioning says it contacted a special number cell phone number Gov. Rick Scott had given them 36 hours before the first death asking for assistance, CBS Miami reports.... Show More Summary
The South Florida nursing home where eight seniors died this week said it called Florida Gov. Rick Scott's phone.
"Whether that’s cycles we’re going through or whether that’s man-made, I wouldn’t be able to tell you which one it is."
Standing tall in a NAVY cap, Florida Gov. Rick Scott will be an enduring image from Hurricane Irma. Seemingly everywhere but the eye of the storm, he was there on … Click to Continue »
Hurricane Irma gave Gov Rick Scott a chance to perform in a crisis and it gave Bill Nelson an opportunity to warn about the dangers of climate change
President Donald Trump couldn't resist injecting a dose of politics into his tour of storm-damaged Florida on Thursday, saying Republican Gov. Rick Scott is doing such a good job with … Click to Continue »
President Donald Trump on Thursday encouraged Florida Gov. Rick Scott (R) to run for the U.S. Senate seat that is now held by Democratic Sen. Bill Nelson. During a tour of Florida’s damage from Hurricane Irma, Trump took time out to praise Sen. Marco Rubio (R). But Rubio appeared to cringe...
Politico reports: President Donald Trump traveled to southwest Florida with a message for the people of Fort Myers, who are recovering from Hurricane Irma: Rick Scott for Senate. Trump, First Lady Melania Trump and Vice President Mike...Show More Summary
The Hill reports: Florida Gov. Rick Scott’s (R) handling of Hurricane Irma has boosted his profile ahead of an expected Senate bid. Scott is term-limited out of the governor’s mansion, and Republicans, including President Trump, have urged him to consider challenging Sen. Show More Summary
By Andrew Innerarity and Ricardo Ortiz HOLLYWOOD, Fla./SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (Reuters) - Florida Governor Rick Scott vowed on Wednesday that the state would aggressively investigate how six people died at a nursing home that lost power when Hurricane Irma rampaged through the region, as millions coped with another day without electricity. Show More Summary
Florida Governor Rick Scott vowed on Wednesday that the state would aggressively investigate how six people died at a nursing home that lost power when Hurricane Irma rampaged through the region, as millions coped with another day without electricity. The death toll from the storm approached 80 as...
HOLLYWOOD, Fla./SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (Reuters) - Florida Governor Rick Scott on Wednesday vowed that the state would aggressively investigate how six people died at a nursing home that lost power when Hurricane Irma rampaged through the region, as millions coped with another day without electricity.
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With streets still flooded, power still out, thousands of houses wrecked and 94,000 people still in shelters in Florida, “we’ve got a lot of work to do,” said Gov. Rick Scott.
The right person for the right job is exceedingly important in times of crisis. Florida governor Rick Scott's press conference warning citizens about Hurricane Irma included a CDI (certified deaf interpreter) who "stole the show," according to many stories on the web. Show More Summary
It’s unclear how much the damage from Irma will cost, Florida Gov. Rick Scott said. Continue reading ? The post WATCH: In Florida, ‘it’s going to be a long road’ to recovery after Irma, governor says appeared first on PBS NewsHour.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Florida Governor Rick Scott said on Sunday U.S. President Donald Trump approved a major disaster declaration on Sunday to help Florida recover from Hurricane Irma. The approval came after Scott warned that devastating storm surges will hit the western coast of Florida as Hurricane Irma churns northward. Show More Summary
“I don’t think anybody alive today in this state has ever seen anything like this,” Florida Governor Rick Scott said.
Governor Rick Scott has issued a last-minute plea for nurses who are willing to ride out the storm at one of the hundreds of shelters that have been set up in order to assist those with special medical needs
Florida Gov. Rick Scott tells George Stephanopoulos that Florida "has never seen a storm surge like this."