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.

Living Without Power, Water Or Internet In Puerto Rico

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Puerto Rico Struggling With Many Issues After Hurricane Maria

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Jose Rolon Rivera, 7, receives medication for his asthma at the San Jorge Children's Hospital in Puerto Rico. The hospital only has enough fuel to power its emergency generators until Saturday, an administrator says. Angel Valentin for NPR hide caption

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In Puerto Rico, Relying On Luck And Enough Gas To Get Medical Care

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Relief Effort In Puerto Rico Drags, Fuel Shortages Are Monumental

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Puerto Rico Hospitals Are Struggling To Provide Care After Hurricane Maria

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No Electricity Means No Clean Water For Many In Puerto Rico

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In Puerto Rico, Residents Scramble For Supplies A Week After Hurricane Maria

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Carmen Rivera (at left in the orange dress) sits on a cot at the Cataño shelter. She suffers from severe asthma and knee pain and has had to be rushed by ambulance to the hospital for asthma treatment twice since the hurricane. She says she feels forgotten by authorities. Greg Allen/NPR hide caption

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Desperation In Puerto Rican Town Where 60 Percent Are Now Homeless

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Hurricane Maria Hits Puerto Rico At Time When The Island Is Already Struggling

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Scott Collins and his family returned to the southern edge of Marathon Key to find their home devastated. Elissa Nadworny/NPR hide caption

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PHOTOS: Keys Residents Face Devastated Homes, No Power And A Slow Recovery

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Bill Quinn stands where his home once sat in Sea Breeze Mobile Home Community on Tuesday. The home was passed down three generations and had an ocean view. Cassi Alexandra for NPR hide caption

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'Looks Like A Bomb Went Off': Returning To A Mobile Home Park Leveled By Irma

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Nearly 25 Percent Of Homes Destroyed In Florida Keys After Hurricane Irma

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As Irma Moves On, Florida Is Left To Deal With Its Aftermath

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