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Willie Jay rents his home in Trenton, which lies in a federal flood zone. (Jack Prator/WUFT News)

Florida ranks second In government-sold homes in flood zones



Florida is a hotspot for government-sold homes in flood zones, according to a recent NPR investigation. The report found homes in flood zones sold by the Department of Housing and Urban Development were 75 times the rate of those sold nationwide.


Photo: Florida Storms

Strong Sam Stays At Sea, Two New Depressions Likely This Week



Hurricane Sam matched Hurricane Ida as the season’s strongest hurricane late Sunday, but is forecast to stay at sea. Two new tropical depressions are likely to form behind Sam, closer to the coast of Africa this week.