Greg Allen Greg Allen reports on the diverse issues and developments tied to the Southeast. He covers everything from breaking news to economic and political stories to arts and human interest features.

Brazlian jet maker Embraer employs about 600 people in Melbourne, Fla., and is expanding. Greg Allen/NPR hide caption

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With Shuttles Gone, Private Ventures Give Florida's Space Coast A Lift

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Congress Agrees On Plan To Help Puerto Rico Restructure $70 Billion Debt

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George Zimmerman Attempts To Sell Gun Used To Kill Trayvon Martin

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Louis Fernandez walks along a flooded Collins Avenue in Miami Beach in September 2015. The city is tackling sea-level rise by rebuilding roads and installing new storm sewers and pumps. Lynne Sladky/AP hide caption

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As Waters Rise, Miami Beach Builds Higher Streets And Political Willpower

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Treasury Secretary Assesses Human Impact Of Puerto Rico's Debt Crisis

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Treasury Secretary Jack Lew Visits Puerto Rico Amid Debt Crisis

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Democratic House candidate Tim Canova, a former adviser to Bernie Sanders, is challenging Democratic National Committee Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz. Wilfredo Lee/AP hide caption

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Bernie Sanders Endorses The Man Trying To Unseat The Democratic Party Chair

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Florida Gov. Scott Tries To Attract Businesses To The Sunshine State

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Congress Considers Plan To Restructure Puerto Rico's $72 Billion Debt

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Trump Supporters Criticize Delegate Selection Process In Florida

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A view of the beach known as "La Selva," part of the Northeast Ecological Corridor reserve, in Luquillo, Puerto Rico. Andres Leighton/AP hide caption

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Grass-Roots Fight To Protect Puerto Rico's Coast Scores Environmental Prize

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Rachelle Ianelli (left) and Austin Jacobs (middle) both archaeological students from University of Florida, together with Florida Public Archaeology Network representative Rachael Kangas, excavate a section at "Garden Patch," a settlement populated after rising seas forced people to leave Bird Island. Neill Wallis/University of Florida hide caption

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What Can We Learn From Early Floridians On Sea-Level Rise?

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A security guard stands at the gate of the Governor's Mansion, known as the La Fortaleza, in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Christopher Gregory/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Trainers (from left) Joe Sanchez, Brian Faulkner and Kelly Aldrich work with orcas Trua (front to back) Kayla and Nalani during the "Believe" show in Shamu Stadium at the Aquatica by SeaWorld theme park in Orlando, Fla., in 2011. Phelan M. Ebenhack/AP hide caption

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SeaWorld Agrees To End Captive Breeding Of Killer Whales

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A doctor walks through a hallway at the Centro Medico trauma center in San Juan, Puerto Rico, in 2013. A medical exodus has been taking place for a decade in the Caribbean territory as doctors and nurses flee for the U.S. mainland, seeking higher salaries and better reimbursements from insurers. Ricardo Arduengo/AP hide caption

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SOS: Puerto Rico Is Losing Doctors, Leaving Patients Stranded

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