Possibly Millions Of Water Bottles Meant For Hurricane Maria Victims Left On Tarmac In Puerto RicoThe federal response to Hurricane Maria is under scrutiny again after photos show what appear to be millions of water bottles meant for victims of the storm still sitting on a runway in Ceiba, Puerto Rico.
Despite Massive Death Toll, Trump Calls Puerto Rico Hurricane Response 'An Incredible, Unsung Success'President Donald Trump touted his administration's response to Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico as "an incredible, unsung success"
Brother's Brother Sending Truckloads Of Medical Supplies To Puerto RicoA Pittsburgh charity is sending truckloads of medical supplies to the island of Puerto Rico.
Hurricane Maria Death Toll Total Increases From 64 To 2,975 In Puerto RicoPuerto Rico's governor raised the U.S. territory's official death toll from Hurricane Maria from 64 to 2,975 on Tuesday after an independent study found that the number of people who succumbed in the desperate, sweltering aftermath had been severely undercounted.
Gov. Wolf To Visit Puerto Rico To Survey Hurricane Damage, Build TiesPennsylvania's governor is heading to Puerto Rico to examine damage from last year's Hurricane Maria and to develop cultural and business ties.
'Unsung Hero' Of Pirates' Hurricane Maria Relief Effort Returns To Thank PittsburghThe "unsung hero" of the Pittsburgh Pirates' and Brother's Brother Foundation's Hurricane Maria relief efforts returned to thank Pittsburgh.
Furry Tails: Furry Hurricane Victims Find Home, Thanks To PAARTRosita and Rocco haven’t seen their humans in months.
Pittsburgh Shelter Welcomes Dogs From Puerto Rico, Hopes To Find Them HomesPups from Puerto Rico have now arrived in Pittsburgh.
San Juan Mayor Thankful For Pittsburgh's Help In Hurricane Relief EffortsMore than 120 days have passed since Hurricane Maria gutted Puerto Rico and the recovery effort is far from done.
Hurricane Maria Causing Nationwide IV Bag ShortageAfter Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico last year, IV bags are in short supply.
CMU Student Raises Money For 5th Relief Trip To Puerto RicoRosana Guernica, a Carnegie Mellon University student and Puerto Rico native, has been raising money to organize private charters to get needed aid down to the island.