Two weeks after the collapse of the condo in Surfside, the search for survivors has become a search for remains. The focus is now on the survivors, to help them deal with the trauma.
Also, on today’s Sunrise:
— The Governor is also promising survivors they won't have to pay property taxes on the rubble that used to be their home.
— If you lost power after Elsa blew through, Public Service Commission Chairman Gary Clark says it should be restored today. He made the announcement Thursday.
— Storm damages were minimal, but there was one fatality: a sailor stationed in Jacksonville died when a tree branch fell to the street and tore the top off his car.
— Senate Democrats want Gov. Ron DeSantis to do a better job convincing reluctant Floridians to get vaccinated.
— Two South Florida men are suspects in the assassination of the President of Haiti.
— The Florida Man who created a charity called "We Build the Wall,” accused of keeping the money for himself, has been indicted again.
— Florida Realtors bank big bucks for their constitutional amendment drive.
— And finally, a Florida Man sues a Florida Couple in a dispute over dogs, a stolen fence, peeping neighbors, high-intensity lights aimed next door and signs accusing the neighbor of being a perv. In other words, just your average day in the land of Florida Man.