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Hurricane Michael, One Year Later: How does a small town, hit by a Category 5 Hurricane, recover and rebuild under FEMA's "one-size-fits-all" reimbursement process? Winner of the Florida Association of Broadcast Journalists award for Politics and Government Reporting. 

Geofence Warrants: Using common phone apps can make you the suspect in a crime you didn't commit. A case in Florida illustrates issues with a controversial new surveillance tool.

Patriots owner charged: Covering the breaking news that Robert Kraft was allegedly caught on camera paying for sex inside a massage parlor in Jupiter.

Duped at the Door: CBS12 News exposes a South Florida moving company that has adopted the name of an award-winning business across the country. We show how consumers are getting tricked by positive reviews, and help one family get their stuff back from Apex. This story is part of a consumer reporting composite that won a 2019 Suncoast Emmy award.

Airport Security Blind Spot?: One woman's dented car is raising larger security questions at Palm Beach International Airport. This is the beginning of an investigation that resulted in enhanced security measures on airport property. 

Cell phone dead zones in Florida schools: Cell phones were a lifeline for students in Parkland. We ask why there are cell phone dead zones in Palm Beach area schools, and how to fix them. This story is part of a post-Parkland education series nominated for a 2019 Suncoast Emmy award.

Adoption Day Magic: A light feature on deadline -- Inside the magic of Palm Beach County's National Adoption Day celebration.

Human trafficking and hotels: a new lawsuit highlights the role the hotel industry has to play to end human trafficking. One Florida woman shares her story of childhood sex trafficking throughout hotel properties. This story is part of a composite that won the 2020 Suncoast Emmy award for serious feature series.

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