For the fourth time in six weeks, people in the sunshine state are picking up the pieces after being hit by a major hurricane. Jeanne came ashore over the weekend causing widespread damage from Miami all the way up to Daytona Beach. In addition to boats and airplanes tossed by the winds, Jeanne left devestation from flooding, downed power lines and uprooted trees all across the state. President Bush declared Florida a major disaster area, which paves the way for additional federal aid. Florida Governor Jeb Bush says with four back-to-back storms, there is a lot of work to be done. At least 21 Florida school systems cancelled their classes yesterday. So far, at least six deaths in Florida are being blamed on the storm.