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Hurricane Andrew (1992)

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  • See SunSentinel's Ken Kaye on 'The Dead Files' Saturday

    See SunSentinel's Ken Kaye on 'The Dead Files' Saturday
    When I click over to the Travel Channel, it’s usually to watch Man vs. Food, where some guy gorges himself with outlandish amounts of savory but artery-clogging fare. At 10 p.m. this Saturday, I’ll be able to watch myself – on a show...
  • Nice week ahead

    Nice week ahead
    Expect a pleasant week with lots of sun, comfortable temperatures and little chance of rain. South Florida's Monday forecast calls for mostly sunny skies with highs in the low 80s and lows in the upper 60s. Tuesday should be a degree or two warmer....
  • How the insurance industry sees climate change

    Twenty years ago, I interviewed Frank Nutter, then and now president of the Reinsurance Assn. of America, on the threat climate change posed to the $2-trillion-plus global property and casualty insurance industry. "It is clear," he said back then, "that...
  • Fantasy of Flight attraction to close

    Fantasy of Flight attraction to close
    Fantasy of Flight, an aviation-themed attraction in Polk County, will close to the public April 6 and will concentrate on its private-event business, owner Kermit Weeks told employees on Tuesday. The attraction did not give a reason for the change,...
  • Trying a killer took patience

    Trying a killer took patience
    When the phone rang, the beating in the Lawndale motel stopped. Howard Bloomgarden, a 26-year-old college grad and self-styled mobster, was calling from Miami. He was checking on a cross-country manhunt that was reaching its climax on this night in 1994...
  • NOAA forecasts below-normal hurricane season, thanks to El Nino

    NOAA forecasts below-normal hurricane season, thanks to El Nino
    A developing El Nino is forecast to suppress tropical storms and hurricanes this summer and fall, contributing to a below-normal storm season, U.S. forecasters said Thursday. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration predicts eight to 13...
  • Hot and mostly sunny this week

    Hot and mostly sunny this week
    Expect a hot week with the usual chance of afternoon storms, pretty much the norm for late spring. You also can expect the heat to continue to build over the coming weeks, as we make our way into summer. South Florida's Monday forecast calls for...
  • Mayo: After 24 years, still in South Florida

    I took a trip down memory lane for my Sunday print column today, marking 24 years since I first moved to South Florida and started working for the Sun Sentinel back in June 1989. (Actually back then, it was technically still the Fort Lauderdale News &...
  • Breezy warm Veterans Day; cooler later in the week

    Breezy warm Veterans Day; cooler later in the week
    It should be a breezy warm Veterans Day with a mix of sun and clouds and some isolated showers. By Wednesday night and Thursday morning, temperatures should dip into the mid 60s - the low 60s in far western areas, notably in Palm Beach County - courtesy...
  • Warm Tuesday, cooler Wednesday

    Warm Tuesday, cooler Wednesday
    With an arctic cold front on the way, we should start feeling some cooler air by tonight and a cooler day on Wednesday. South Florida's Tuesday forecast calls for partly cloudy skies with afternoon highs in the low 80s and evening lows in the upper 60s....
  • Gov. Scott: Sequestration could hurt hurricane recovery

    Gov. Scott: Sequestration could hurt hurricane recovery
    Federal sequestation could hurt Florida’s ability to recover in the aftermath of a hurricane because less money will be available to prepare the National Guard, Gov. Rick Scott said Wednesday. Further, he said National Guardsmen are to be...