• Officials: Returning Keys residents must be self-sustaining

    MIAMI (AP) — As the devastated Florida Keys began reopening to residents who fled Hurricane Irma, officials warned the returning islanders to bring enough supplies to sustain them for a while, because no one yet knows when water and power will be fully restored.

  • Walker’s slam helps “visiting” Brewers beat Marlins 10-2

    MILWAUKEE (AP) — The Milwaukee Brewers gave Miller Park a South Florida feel by adding palm trees , fake flamingos and giant blue and pink sea shells to a concourse in center field.

  • Marlins in Milwaukee: Road-weary Miami comes “home”

    MILWAUKEE (AP) — Miami Marlins manager Don Mattingly walked about midway down the dugout before settling into a spot on the bench and surveying the Miller Park field.

  • Rhodes-Brown matchup in Vikes-Steelers game for Miami pride

    EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. (AP) — Xavier Rhodes has blossomed into one of the NFL’s best cornerbacks, the natural choice for the Minnesota Vikings to cover the opponent’s top wide receiver.

  • Irma’s ‘forgotten’ evacuees struggle to find housing

    MIAMI (AP) — It’s been one week since Margherita Lopez has taken a shower. She’s been shuffled to three different shelters since evacuating her home in Key West last week as Hurricane Irma approached. She’s slept on a gymnasium floor without a cot, has struggled to find food and says she feels like emergency management officials have forgotten her.