Homeless vets find hope

'We're homeless, we're vets and we're looking forward to the future,' said David Platt, 51, (foreground) at Good Neighbor Center in North Charleston. 'Four years ago, I was a hopeless drunk on the street' and then added, 'I grew up here.' He is now a resi

Wade Spees

MIAMI — Tropical Storm Sean has weakened slightly as it picks up speed and continues to move over the Atlantic, kicking up choppy surf and gusty winds on Bermuda.

The U.S. National Hurricane Center in Miami said Friday that Sean had maximum sustained winds of 60 mph. It was about 95 miles west-northwest of Bermuda and moving northeast at 22 mph.

A tropical storm warning remains in effect for Bermuda, which is expected to see 1 to 3 inches of rainfall. Little change in strength is expected before Sean is absorbed by a frontal system Friday night or Saturday.

Swells generated by the storm also are affecting the southeastern U.S. coast with life-threatening surf and rip currents. The swells should subside in a day or two.