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Today in Keys History: July 51830: Norman Sherwood killed John Wilson in a fight in a grog shop on Front Street, the first recorded murder in Key West.1855: William Hackley recorded in his diary: The baby woke before 3 and had a pain which kept her crying and I got no more sleep.

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Florida has reported more new coronavirus cases in 8 days than Louisiana has in totalThe Fourth of July holiday weekend began Saturday with some sobering numbers in the Sunshine State: Florida logged a record number of people testing positive for the coronavirus.

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NBA details options for players traveling to Florida apart from teamsIf a player is unable to travel on his team's charter flight to prepare for the NBA's restart, the league has detailed the steps the player must take in order to join his team.

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Coronavirus Update: Florida sets single-day record of cases as U.S. celebrates July 4July 4: The WHO has discontinued trials of the malaria drug and combination HIV drug; Siksika Nation in Alberta has imposed a curfew amid a spike in cases.

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Welcome To IANS LiveOn Saturday, Florida reported 11,458 new coronavirus cases, smashing the previous single-day record and almost tying New York state's peak daily figure set in April, reports Xinhua news agency.

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COVID-19 strikes 4 more Sumter Villagers as state exceeds 11,000 new casesFour more Sumter County Villagers have tested positive for COVID-19 as Florida saw its biggest single-day jump in new cases since Gov.

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Small flotilla of Trump supporters celebrate Fourth of July on Lake WeirHorns honked and country music blared aloud Saturday as a small flotilla of boats descended on Lake Weir in a show of support for President Trump and Independence Day.

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Police investigating reported shooting on North Liberty StreetA shooting is under investigation on North Liberty Street in Springfield, sources confirm to News4Jax.

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Villager considers converting embattled artificial turf into putting greenA Villager who has been ordered to remove her $4,000 artificial turf grass is considering converting it to a putting green.

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Coronavirus outbreak reported at federal prison facilities in ColemanAs of Friday afternoon, 60 cases of the potentially deadly virus were being reported at the facility.

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Today in Central Florida sports history: East Ridge High's Kaylin Whitney sets world recordClermont East Ridge star Kaylin Whitney vaulted into the national track and field spotlight on this date in 2014.

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COVID-19 cases among juveniles continue to rise in the tri-county areaStatistics provided by the Florida Department of Health on Friday showed that 78 children under the age of 18 had tested positive for the potentially deadly virus by June 26.

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Continental Country Club woman spends July 4th weekend behind barsA Continental Country Club woman spent the Fourth of July weekend behind bars after violating her probation for a 2019 drunk driving arrest.

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Miami Beach Residents, Businesses Adjust to Fourth of July Amid PandemicFor the first time in the city's history, the sandy shores of Miami Beach will not be the host for Fourth of July festivities, as rising coronavirus cases have forced many parts of South of Florida to shut down for the holiday weekend.

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Man sought after incident at Wendy's at WildwoodSumter County sheriff's deputies are searching for a man who chucked a chicken sandwich at a Wildwood fast-food restaurant employee.

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Summerfield man jailed after allegedly tossing cocaine out vehicle windowA Summerfield man was jailed Wednesday night after a vehicle he was riding in was stopped by a Marion County sheriff's K-9 deputy.

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Intoxicated man jailed after battle with estranged girlfriend over her phoneKerry Barthlow, 55, of Fruitland Park was arrested on a charge of battery Tuesday at his home on Sunnyside Drive after battling with the woman because "she is always on her phone," according to an arrest report from the Lake County Sheriff's Office.

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Marine units keep boaters safe during holiday with Operation Dry WaterThe Nassau County Sheriff's Office took News4Jax along Saturday for a routine patrol that's part of Operation Dry Water, a year-round campaign that cracks down people who boat under the influence.

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Florida eclipses previous one-day record with 11,458 coronavirus casesFlorida far surpassed its previous single-day reporting record for COVID-19 cases on Saturday with 11,458 additional cases, according to numbers released by the state Department of Health.

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Beach Closures Take A Hit On South Florida Hotels, Other BusinessesThis Fourth of July is very different for Brian Scheinblum, owner of the Majestic Hotel in South Beach.

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Florida sees record number of coronavirus cases in one dayST. PETERSBURG, Fla. - The Fourth of July holiday weekend began Saturday with some sobering numbers in the Sunshine State: Florida logged a record number of people testing positive for the coronavirus.

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Florida adds over 11,000 coronavirus cases in a single dayThe latest figure in Florida surpassed the highest daily tally reported by any European country during the height of the coronavirus outbreak there.

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Beach closures met with disappointment by South Beach tourists amid record COVID-19 casesSome South Florida visitors were not pleased to find beaches that would normally be packed on the Fourth of July closed for the holiday weekend, as the state reached a grim milestone in the coronavirus pandemic.

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A rare case of brain-destroying amoeba has been confirmed in FloridaChat with us in Facebook Messenger. Find out what's happening in the world as it unfolds.

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Music) @JQupidJames Qupid unveils his new single, "Holy Water." "Holy Water" was created during the quarantine while James Qupid was in deep thought reflecting on the state of our new norm and the pandemic.

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Florida and Texas report record new daily coronavirus casesEven as Florida continues to report record case numbers, Gov. Ron DeSantis said the state will not halt its re-opening and refuses to order a statewide mask mandate to curb the spread of the virus.

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Very Early Morning On Lake SumterCheck out this very early morning shot of Lake Sumter. Thanks to Ron Clark for sharing!

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Deadly Brain-Eating Amoeba Confirmed in FloridaNaegleria fowleri can lead to a dangerous infection of the brain that "destroys the brain tissue and is usually fatal."

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U.S. new coronavirus cases hit all-time high of 57,497 — as COVID-19 surges in Florida, Arizona, California and TexasNew cases are up 43% in Florida over the past week, up 35% in Texas, and up 20% in California over the same period.

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Demonstrators run on Fort Lauderdale Beach to protest July 4th closuresA group of protesters stormed the sand on Fort Lauderdale Beach to voice their objections to South Florida leaders' decision to close all beaches during the Fourth of July weekend as a measure to help curb the spread of COVID-19.

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Four Pinellas hospitals completely out of ICU bedsSpace is dwindling at the county's hospitals as coronavirus cases rise.

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Percent of cases testing positive plateaus in FloridaA closer look at recent trends in new coronavirus cases around the Big Bend.

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Man in famous 9/11 photo dies from COVID-19 in FloridaDELRAY BEACH, Fla. — A man photographed fleeing smoke and debris as the south tower of the World Trade Center crumbled just a block away on Sept.

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Trump is polling better in Florida today than he did 4 years ago.If we go back to the polls from June 2016, we can have an idea of how President Trump was polling back then compared to today.

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LIVE RADAR: Storms rolling through Central FloridaThe Fourth of July weekend looks to be one with a mix of rain and storms.

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COVID-19 during Fourth of July: Beachgoers celebrate in Lee, FloridaThe Fourth of July this year was unlike any Americans have celebrated before. Parades have been postponed or canceled.

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Four Marlins Players Test Positive for CoronavirusA group of players for the Miami Marlins have tested positive for the coronavirus, team sources confirmed Saturday evening.

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Drive-by Fourth of July Parade Lifts Spirits in Brevard Amid PandemicThe organizing group had to readjust their vision this year.

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The 'new-look' of The Villages MagazineIn a Letter to the Editor, a Village of Tall Trees resident expresses disappointment about the "new look" of The Villages Magazine.

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WHO reports one-day record in COVID-19 cases, and Florida sets a daily high markThe World Health Organization reported a record 212,326 new coronavirus cases, and Florida officials said Saturday the state had seen 11,459 new cases, the most for a single day.

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Rollover crash on Florida's Turnpike kills two men in St Lucie CountyTraffic was backed up a few miles on Florida's Turnpike Saturday, July 4, following a crash in St. Lucie County.

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Eye-catching crane that will move Golden Ray arrives in FernandinaThe massive heavy-lifting crane that will remove the capsized Golden Ray vessel in Glynn County has arrived in the Port of Fernandina.

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Florida coronavirus cases rise by record 11,458 on SaturdayFlorida's confirmed coronavirus cases rose by a record 11,458 on Saturday, the state's health department said, the second time in three days that its caseload increased by more than 10,000.

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Man In Iconic 9/11 Photo Dies Of Coronavirus In Delray BeachA man who was photographed fleeing as the south tower of the World Trade Center crumbled just a block away on Sept.

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9/11 survivor dies from COVID-19 in FloridaA man photographed fleeing smoke and debris as the south tower of the World Trade Center crumbled just a block away on Sept.

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Florida breaks COVID-19 daily record with 11,458 cases, total at 190,052Hospitalizations due to COVID-19 in Escambia County have increased by 48% over the last four days, a troubling trend that comes as the state of Florida yet again broke its own record Saturday for the largest one-day spike in new cases.

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Florida reports record-breaking 11,455 new COVID-19 cases, Osceola adds 255 and one deathThe Florida Department of Health has reported that the state has set a new single-day COVID-19 case record with 11,458, bringing the total number of cases in Florida to 190,052 with a total of 3,702 deaths.

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Hot dog champs repeat as NYC marks virus-dampened July 4The coronavirus put a damper on this year's Fourth of July celebrations in New York, but some things stayed the same.

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Independence Day Blog TourHello Guardians! Welcome to the Indepence Day Blog Tour! When Mary first mentioned the idea of an Independence Day Blog Tour and writing up a post about the state we live in, I was a little hesitant.

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Deputies: Multi-county stolen car ride ends with arrests in Flagler CountyA man and a woman are facing multiple charges after a multi-county police chase of a stolen 2012 Chevrolet Impala ended in Flagler County, thanks to a quick-thinking detective's use of stop sticks, the Sheriff's Office said.

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Miami Beach Walk-Up Testing Site Moving to New LocationThe City of Miami Beach has announced the location for one of its local coronavirus walk-up testing site has changed.

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With 11,458 New Infections, Florida Beats Its Own One-Day RecordThe Sunshine State broke its own record for most daily infections it set just days ago.

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Florida sees record spike in Covid-19 cases as infection rates rise in 40 statesPublic health and government officials urged caution this weekend, telling people to wear masks and practice social distancing.

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Broward Authorities Searching for Shooter in Transgender Woman's KillingPolice are looking for the person responsible for shooting and killing a transgender woman in Pompano Beach Friday evening.

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Florida sets new COVID-19 case record; nearly tops national 1-day high by New YorkPolk reported 247 new cases in the latest advisory from state health officials, pushing its surging total to 4,906.

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Ranking Florida's impact true freshmen in 2020Swamp247 ranks the true freshmen that we think will have an impact in 2020 in the order of how significant that impact will be.

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The family in Florida USA!So bear with me, I am on the mood for things nostalgic again. I have written plenty in my blog and I thank you.

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Is a statewide face mask mandate in Florida's future?As coronavirus cases in Florida continue to soar, ten Democratic state lawmakers have issued a letter demanding Gov.

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MIT-designed robot can disinfect a warehouse floor in 30 minutes — and could one day be employed in grocery stores and schoolsMIT has designed a robot that is capable of disinfecting the floor of a 4,000-square foot warehouse in only half an hour, and it could one day be used to clean your local grocery store or school.

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The Latest: Florida has record number of new virus casesState health officials reported 11,445 new cases, a single-day record since the pandemic began earlier this year.

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'People aren't stupid': Pence's virus spin tests credibilityWASHINGTON — Vice President Mike Pence has long played the straight man to Donald Trump, translating the president's bombast into more measured, calming language....

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Tropical Depression 5 Forms In Atlantic; No Threat To The U.S.Tropical Depression Number 5 formed Saturday in the Atlantic Ocean.

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Severe Thunderstorm Warning Issued for Broward CountyAfter a dry start to the day, strong storms fired up Saturday afternoon. We even had a couple of severe thunderstorm warnings in Broward County.

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Another Round of Restaurant, Bar Shutdowns Following COVID Violations in Ft. LauderdaleAnother five restaurants were fined in Fort Lauderdale by the city's Community Enhancement and Compliance Division for not abiding by coronavirus regulations following another round of inspections on Friday, July 3rd.

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Stimulus money could pose dilemmas in nursing homesNEW YORK — Nursing home residents are among the Americans getting $1,200 checks as part of the U.S. government's plan to revive the economy....

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The Latest: Texas has its biggest daily rise in virus casesHospitalizations also continue to climb. Much of Texas began mandating face coverings Friday on the orders of Gov.

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Attention, Miami-Dade Restaurant Owners: There Is A 10PM Curfew In PlaceMiami-Dade County Mayor Carlos Gimenez would like to remind restaurant owners that there is a 10 p.m.

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NBA emphasizes mental health as teams await Disney 'bubble'NEW ORLEANS — Jrue Holiday expects basketball to be the easy part. The Pelicans guard will be living in the NBA's "bubble" when 22...

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Florida Reports New Record Daily Coronavirus Record With 11,458 Cases On SaturdayFlorida reported 11,458 new coronavirus cases on Saturday, shattering its on-day record of 10,109.

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Mississippi could drop Jim Crow-era statewide voting processJACKSON, Miss. — Mississippi just ditched its Confederate-themed state flag. Later this year, the state's voters will decide whether to dump a statewide election...

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Record shattered: 11,548 new COVID-19 cases reported in Florida on July 4Sarasota County more than doubled its previous record for new cases, while Manatee also set a new record.

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Across Sun Belt, Hopes for Economy Give Way to Renewed FearsFor residents across America's Sun Belt — business owners and workers, consumers and home buyers — the past three months have delivered about the...

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Seattle protesters struck by car; suspect in custody, police sayCNN) — Two women were seriously hurt early Saturday morning when a vehicle drove into a group of protesters in Seattle, authorities say.

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Florida sees coronavirus cases spike to new daily recordFlorida's confirmed coronavirus cases rose by a record 11,458 on Saturday, the state's health department said, the second time in three days that its caseload increased by more than 10,000.

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Across Sun Belt, hopes for economy give way to renewed fearsST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — At the beginning of March, Joey Conicella and Alex Marin were riding high.

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Tropical Depression 5 forms in the Atlantic, poses no threat to Florida"Little overall change in strength is likely, however the system could become a tropical storm later today," the NHC said.

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Over 11,000 new COVID-19 cases reported by FDOH SaturdayThere are now more than 190,000 reported cases of the coronavirus in Florida, with 3,702 deaths.

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Six on SaturdayI started this garden several years ago, the idea was to recreate a rainforest using mostly colors and textures in shades of plum and green with a few pops of color.

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Marco Beach turns to trashHaving been seasonal renters on Marco for twenty years we decided to move here full-time six years ago.

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Florida Again Smashes Daily Record for New Coronavirus Cases With 11,458; Total Passes 190,000Florida again broke its record for new coronavirus cases added in a single day Saturday, with nearly 11,500 new cases being added, as the state's total reached more than 190,000.

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Shelter Spotlight: Lil Rascals Dog RescueLil Rascals Dog Rescue is a newer rescue in the Orlando area. They've only been operating for about a year, but they've already had over 100 adoptions and plenty of creative ways to promote dogs in need.

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Coronavirus live updates: Florida hits new coronavirus daily recordThe Florida Department of Health said the state has 190,052 total coronavirus cases, a jump of 11,458 cases.

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Tracking coronavirus: Florida shatters single-day record adding over 11,400 new cases10:00 a.m. - It's hard to imagine celebrating the Fourth of July without fireworks. But if you've become a routine hand sanitizer user amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, take heed: do not use it before handling fireworks, as the two pose a dangerous - and very flammable - combination.

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Taste of ImmokaleeAn announcement from the Taste of Immokalee youth entrepreneurship program and their Class of 2020.

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Live: Fire Tampa's police chief, protesters demand; St. Pete protest ends after motorcycle incidentDemonstrators spent Independence Day blocking Tampa Bay traffic. In Tampa, demands are made. In St. Petersburg, a motorcyclist threatens demonstrators.

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How Fourth of July at Central Florida beaches is different due to COVID-19As coronavirus cases in Florida continue to rise, people are still trying to enjoy this Fourth of July weekend.

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Eagle Creek Government Services Satellite Office RelocationCollier County Tax Collector Larry Ray and Collier County Clerk of the Circuit Court and Comptroller Crystal K. Kinzel are pleased to announce the relocation of the Eagle Creek Government Services Satellite Office to a larger location.

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America's 100 Best Small Cities In 2020Resonance Consultancy, a leading advisor in real estate, tourism, and economic development for countries, cities and communities, is pleased to announce America's Best Small Cities in 2020, a ranking of the top-performing small cities with metro populations ranging between 100,000 and 500,000.

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Central Florida election offices use CARES funds to help cover additional expenses during pandemicElection supervisors across Central Florida are feeling the impacts of COVID-19 as they prepare for the 2020 election season.

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Police looking for suspects involved in attempted car burglariesAt around 3:30 a.m., multiple people were seen looking into vehicles in the area of Northwest 22nd Avenue and 7th Street and attempting to break in.

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Do the Stingray Shuffle!The following is a message from the NCH Healthcare System for all locals and visitors to be aware of stingrays near the shoreline.

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Taking A Final Look BackAs Tigertail Rentals shuts down, the Coast Breeze News interviews its own, Tony Smith. See the full article here.

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Man visiting from Kentucky disappears in Pembroke PinesPolice need help in searching for 46-year-old William Abshear, who was reported missing to the Pembroke Pines Police Department.

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Changes That May Be Coming To Walt Disney WorldHey everyone! Today we are going to be talking about some of the changes that may be coming to Walt Disney World this year.

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Activists Plan Independence Day March at Lake EolaOne activist group in Orlando plans to use the 4th of July to continue their call for social justice.

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Florida, Texas post daily COVID-19 records as 'positivity' rates climbReuters) - Florida and Texas, two states that have emerged as the latest hot spots of the U.S. coronavirus outbreak, both reported record daily increases in confirmed COVID-19 cases on Saturday - with nearly 20,000 additional infections combined.

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My early US history, Perth Amboy NJ!The early life was working very hard ,helping my parents who had branch out into small businesses such as the grocery store, clothing store, restaurant, delivery services, and nightclub activities.

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News4Jax honors Class of 2020 with 'Brightest and Best'With our high school schools making plans for non-traditional or delayed graduations, News4Jax is proud to host virtual ceremonies for Jacksonville's class of 2020.

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Fireworks sales in Florida are taking off after new lawThis Independence Day will be unlike any other when it comes to the coronavirus pandemic may have canceled community-wide celebrations, family reunions and fireworks in Tallahassee and elsewhere, the Florida Legislature still managed to light the fuse for a Fourth of July celebration.

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Letter may show Spano advocated oil drilling off FloridaThrough a congressional office spokesman, Spano declined to comment on whether the letter is authentic or was ever sent.

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Florida suffers another coronavirus surgeAs the nation prepares to celebrate the July Fourth holiday, the Department of Health reported another 9,488 new cases of the coronavirus in Florida.

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ICYMI: Where to Watch Fireworks in Miami, Jackson Health Pauses Non-Emergency SurgeriesHere are some of the top stories from the past week you may have missed from NBC 6 News.

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More TSA Agents at MCO Test Positive for CoronavirusOfficials say 16 agents tested positive in the past two weeks.

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Eustis Puts On Fireworks Show Despite PandemicHundreds came to Ferran Park on Friday night to watch Eustis' annual Hometown Celebration fireworks show.

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Central Floridians Expected to Head Outside to Celebrate 4th of JulyAs people in Central Florida celebrate the 4th of July, many are expected to head outside, even hit the beaches.

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US Immigration Agency May Have to Furlough 13,400 WorkersUSCIS is in charge of asylum, visa, green card, DACA, and citizenship processing.

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Dodging More Storms for the 4thThis Independence Day will feature sufficient moisture to trigger scattered showers and storms once again, in similar fashion to the last few days.

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'It's a constant barrage of hate': how Trump sparks heated clashes in Florida's retirement resortThe Villages - where video showed a resident spewing racism, retweeted by the president - has long been Trump country.

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Florida officials reports over 11,000 new cases of coronavirusThe state of Florida reported thousands of new cases as the Fourth of July holiday weekend kicks off.

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Florida sees coronavirus cases spike to new daily recordJuly 4 - Florida's confirmed coronavirus cases rose by a record 11,458 on Saturday, the state's health department said, the second time in three days that its caseload increased by more than 10,000.

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Another Florida record for COVID-19 cases to start the July 4th weekendThe state of Florida has another record for positive tests of COVID-19. The Department of Health reported another 11458 cases on Saturday.

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Here is the latest Florida sports news from The Associated PressST. PETERSBURG, Fla. - Tampa Bay Rays ace Blake Snell reported for work after all.

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Florida based firm to offer balloon rides from Alaska to the edge of spaceThe balloon rides will be manned by a flight crew taking eight passengers in a pressurized capsule suspended beneath a hydrogen balloon the size of a football stadium.

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Twelve Mainstream Politicians Ronald Dion De SantisIn 2014 he introduced the Faithful Execution of the Law Act. In 2013 he signed a pledge that he would vote against any global warming legislation that would result in a tax increase.

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County to hold budget hearingHistorically, the July 1 property values released by the Monroe County Property Appraiser's Office set the tone for the Monroe County Commission's budget hearings in the summer and fall.

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Key West lodging adapts to changing world amid reopeningOn mornings before March 22 - the day the Florida Keys shut down due to COVID-19 - Sam Holland could be found in the Conch House kitchen with classical music cranked while he prepared the inn's famed breakfast buffet.

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Schools drafting plans for next yearUncertain times call for a nimble and flexible response, and that is what the Monroe County School District is planning for area students returning to classes this fall.

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Key West resort inspired by pirate's lifeAhoy, matey, it's not every day you have the opportunity to jump into a time machine of sorts, listen to the mystical tales of pirates and sunken ships and become part of the mysteries of Key West, but that's exactly what the island's newest gem, the Barbary Beach House, is...

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Stiff regulations in effect for holidayMonroe County, the City of Key West, the City of Marathon, the City of Key Colony Beach and the Village of Islamorada announced all public parks and beaches will be closed for the Fourth of July weekend until Tuesday morning.

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SENIOR SPOTLIGHT: Riley Dobson, Coral ShoresName: Riley Ann Dobson Height: 5-foot-10 Weight: 171 GPA: 3.0 Parents names: Tracy Di Chiacchio-Dobson and Donald Dobson Siblings names: Hadley Dobson Sports you plan of playing in your senior season: A: Volleyball, basketball and track.

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College to hold virtual information sessionThe College of the Florida Keys invites prospective students to learn more about the college opportunities available through a virtual information session at 5:30 p.m.

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Alexandria HoyesAlexandria "Lexi" Hoyes, 26, of Gainesville, Florida passed away tragically on June 22, 2020 in Gainesville, Florida.

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Local players fervent for touches despite hot tempsThe mornings were hot during the first week of the Key West Sumer Soccer Camp, but it did not deter the 35 local youth soccer players, from ages 8 to 14, who took part on the turf at Matthew L. Gilleran Recreational Park at Truman Annex.

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Fishing is red hotI am so happy to be able to say that. Why wouldn't I be? My primary motivation for moving to Marathon, almost 20 years ago, was my love of fishing and diving in the Florida Keys.

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School board to consider waiver option for Duval County magnet studentsThe start of the new school year is fast approaching and some parents are concerned about the options provided to secondary students, particularly those of magnet schools.

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Florida Reports Nearly 9,500 New Coronavirus Cases, 67 New DeathsFlorida has added more than nine thousand new coronavirus cases to its total.

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Florida's Fourth Estate: Why is the coronavirus mask debate so heated?To mask or not to mask? It's a debate happening across the country right now as coronavirus cases spike.

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BSO releases body cam video, records following death of man in custodyThe Broward Sheriff's Office has released body camera video and several records following outcry from the family of man who died while in custody.

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Ocoee massacre to be taught in Florida schools, according to newly-signed lawMore than 100 new state laws took effect on July 1, covering issues from regulating electric bikes to increasing fines for bear poaching.

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Police Called When Man Refuses To Wear Mask On Fort Lauderdale-Bound PlanePolice had to be called inside a Fort Lauderdale bound plane in New York when a man refused to wear a mask while onboard a plane.

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Florida Man Blows Hand Off With Firework On July 3rd In Palm BayA 42-year-old Florida man suffered a severe injury to his right hand from an exploding firework just before 9:30 p.m.

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Woman speaks out, seeks justice after being injured in Miami hit-and-runA hit-and-run in Miami left one woman hurt and traumatized while authorities continue to look for the perpetrator.

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Local Epidemiology Expert Warns Florida Could Suffer More Coronavirus FatalitiesSouth Florida is seeing coronavirus surge to levels not seen since just before initial shutdowns, and a top epidemiologist warns that drastic measures may be called for soon if the spread does not slow in coming days.

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2 South Florida medical professionals give update on Florida's battle with COVID-19Two South Florida medical professionals spoke about the state of Florida's surge in coronavirus cases, the toll the virus has taken on hospitals in the area and ways to begin reducing the number of cases throughout the region.

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Infectious disease specialist: Florida 'heading a million miles an hour in the wrong direction'An infectious disease specialist is warning that Florida is "heading a million miles an hours in the wrong direction" on its handling of the coronavirus pandemic.

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Music) @iamlusmusic Releases Her New EP MoodyLu$ unleashes her debut EP, "Moody." Since releasing her singles, "Depressed in the Summer" and "Lie to Me," Lu$ has been working non-stop to craft immaculate tunes.

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Florida hits 10,000 new coronavirus cases going into July 4 holidayFlorida broke another record with 10,000 new coronavirus cases reported in a single day. In Texas and California, governors are adding new restrictions ahead of the July 4 holiday in an effort to slow the spread.

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Patient infected with rare brain-eating amoeba in Florida, health officials sayA patient in Hillsborough County has become infected with a rare and usually deadly brain-eating amoeba known as Naegleria fowleri, according to the Florida Department of Health.

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Business partners create line of masks for South Florida's heat; portion of sales go to charityTwo South Florida business partners have created a line of masks designed specifically with the South Florida heat in mind.

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Live: In St. Petersburg, protesters issue set of demandsProtests continue around Tampa Bay the night before Independence Day.

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COVID-19 claims 2 Marion County men as virus continues to hammer The VillagesTwo more Marion County residents have succumbed to COVID-19 while four more Sumter County Villagers and an employee at a nearby long-term care facility have tested positive for the deadly virus.

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Florida travelers now face quarantine when entering ChicagoPeople traveling to Chicago from Florida and 14 other states with increasing numbers of confirmed cases of the coronavirus will have to quarantine for two weeks upon arrival or face possible fines, city officials announced Thursday.

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Positive Coronavirus test triggers deep cleaning at The Villages Charter SchoolThe individual who tested positive had attended a recent event at the charter school.

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Miami-Dade Imposes Nightly 10 p.m. Curfew and Mandatory Facemask OrderMiami-Dade County Mayor Carlos Giménez issued an emergency order on July 2 imposing a countywide curfew from 10 p.m.

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Mobile COVID-19 testing to be offered at recreation centers in The VillagesFrom 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Wednesday at Laurel Manor Recreation Center.

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Homestyle Fourth of July celebrations raise new safety measures for South FloridiansThe Fourth of July celebrations are going to be different this year, but having safe, fun festivities at home is entirely possible.

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Siakam says he feels safe in Florida, despite explosion of COVID-19 casesPascal Siakam has watched the number of COVID-19 cases climb in the United States, particularly in Florida, where the Toronto Raptors convened more than a week ago.

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Villager's bicycle stolen during trip to liquor store at Winn-DixieThe Village of La Zamora resident rode the black Kent beach cruiser at about 9:30 a.m.

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Woman in Jeep arrested on DUI charge after urinating on herself during crashA woman who admitted urinating on herself when her Jeep crashed into a barbed wire fence was arrested by the Florida Highway Patrol.

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Woman arrested at Rolling Acres storage in theft of father's gunLake County sheriff's located 45-year-old Jennifer Ashley of Fruitland Park Tuesday night at the storage facility on Rolling Acres Road after receiving a complaint from her father that she had stolen a Ruger rifle and a collector's coin, according to an arrest report.

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Saddlebrook Recreation Center will be closed Sunday for maintenanceIf you have any questions or need additional information, contact the Saddlebrook Recreation Center at 259-5377.

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'Brain-eating amoeba' case reported in Hillsborough CountyNaegleria fowleri can lead to an infection that destroys brain tissue.

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Florida attorney shares grave concerns in Jacksonville BeachBeachgoers in Jacksonville Beach were greeted by an unusual site Friday: an attorney dressed as a grim reaper and clutching a plastic scythe, sharing grave concerns about the spread of coronavirus.

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At least 11 Publix employees test positive for COVID-19 in Tampa Bay areaThe chain confirmed 11 area stores had employees who tested positive for the coronavirus in June.

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BSO Releases Bodycam Footage of Man Who Died After Struggle With Deputies at FLLThe Broward Sheriff's Office released body camera footage Friday and said a drug overdose was the cause of death for a man who was arrested after he allegedly attempted to breach a security checkpoint at a South Florida airport.

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Florida Lags Behind Other States in Administering Unemployment HelpTechnical glitches, system errors, and slow processing of claims caused issued for unemployed people trying to apply for state reemployment assistance prior to the pandemic.

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Coral Springs Teen Finds Self-Expression, Exploration Through PoetryIn South Florida, spoken word poetry is hugely popular among teenagers. Most high schools have teams which compete in the annual Louder Than a Bomb tournament....

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Coast Guard saves injured man off coast of Key WestA boater was saved at sea by the U.S. Coast Guard Thursday night. A 34-year-old fisherman was injured off the...

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Beach Closures Leave Some South Florida Locals and Visitors Frustrated, And Others HappyOn Friday morning, Vonshay Crenshaw sat on a cooler under the shade of a coconut palm.

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Curfews, closures as COVID-19 burdens Florida hospitalsFlorida's most populous county instituted an overnight curfew, and beaches and businesses began closing down again as the state's number of COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations keep rising, threatening a further spread during the festive Fourth of July weekend.

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Sandhill Crane Family In The Village Of CollierThanks to Cindy Farkus for sharing! Share your local photos with.

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Infectious disease specialist: Florida 'heading a million miles an hour in the wrong direction'Kimberly Guilfoyle, Donald Trump Jr.'s girlfriend and campaign official, tests positive for coronavirus.

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Child injured, dog killed following dog attack in Miami BeachA child has been injured and a dog has died after a dog attacked the child and the dog while out for a walk in their Miami Beach neighborhood.

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Black Florida Sheriff Vows To Deputize Gun Owners If Rioters Come to His CountyReported By gun sales have surged across the United States. "During the last week of May, USA Today reported last month."

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Foreign Parasite Infecting 1/3 of Florida SnakesA new parasite was found in Burmese pythons, and now they are posing a threat to native Florida snakes.

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DeSantis has Accomplished his Goal; to be as big a Failure as his Hero, Donald John Trump"Florida, with 21 million residents, has reported more new daily coronavirus cases than any European country had at the height of their outbreaks." In June, Florida infections rose by 168% or over 95,000 new cases.

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Zoo Miami, Jungle Island Closing Down Again Amid Florida COVID SpikeAs Florida continues to see large daily spikes in its coronavirus count, Miami-Dade County is taking new measures to control the outbreak, including shutting down entertainment venues like Zoo Miami and Jungle Island.

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Man booted from Florida-bound flight at LGA for not wearing maskA man was captured on video being removed from a Florida-bound flight at LaGuardia Airport Friday for not wearing a face mask.

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9/11 First Responders, Others At Ground Zero, Among Those Most Vulnerable To COVID-19Seniors and people with underlying health conditions have been the most vulnerable to the coronavirus, and that includes the 9/11 first responders and the thousands of others whose health were impacted by breathing in the toxins at Ground Zero.

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Woman disappears after Bahamas boat crash involving South Florida residentsThe U.S. Coast Guard and the Royal Bahamian Defence Force are searching for a woman who vanished on Friday near Bimini in the Bahamas after a boat crash involving South Florida residents.

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Power Restored at Star Motel Weeks After Being Shut OffFor families at the hotel the instability is worrisome. Kathia Badillo Feliu, a mother at the motel said she cannot save up enough for a security deposit and first along with last month's rent, to move out to a home.

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Enforcement ramps up as South Florida readies for Fourth of July weekendAs COVID-19 cases surge throughout South Florida, beaches have closed for the Fourth of July weekend, and a curfew is in effect for Miami-Dade County until further notice.

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Morses should break silence about 'white power' incidentAn African American couple in the Village of Hacienda South, in a Letter to the Editor, is calling on the Morse family to publicly denounce the activities that occurred in Lake Sumter around the "white power" incident tweeted by President Trump.

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Disney World Passholders Charged for Multiple Months at OnceDisney World annual passholders on the resort's monthly payment plan were shocked Friday after learning they had been charged a lump sum for the months the parks were closed.

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Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis Net Worth Up After First Year On The JobGov. Ron DeSantis saw his net worth increase nearly 3 percent in his first year residing in the governor's mansion.

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Hummingbird Pantry in Titusville Helping Struggling FamiliesThe pantry is distributing more food during the pandemic.

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Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex To Expand Number of Open AttractionsKENNEDY SPACE CENTER - Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex will expand the availability of attractions to guests on Monday, July 6, opening Shuttle Launch Experience, the IMAX Theater, pre-shows for Space Shuttle Atlantis and Heroes and Legends featuring the U.S. Astronaut Hall of Fame presented by Boeing, as well as expanded dining options.

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Neighbors help fix Davie woman's home destroyed by extreme windsA strong showing of support came for a Davie resident Friday, as neighbors and other good Samaritans stepped up to help her recover after her home was damaged by severe storms.

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Florida's New Virus Cases Slow After Daily Infections Hit RecordFlorida's Covid-19 cases eased on Friday after rising to a record the day before, which prompted the state's largest county to impose a curfew.

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COVID-19 concerns force cancellation of open air concert series at Polo ClubCOVID-19 concerns have forced the cancellation of the open air concert series that was to take place later this month at The Villages Polo Club.

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Miami-Dade County Reports Four More Cases of West Nile VirusMiami-Dade County reported four more cases of West Nile virus Friday, bringing the county's total to 18 so far this year.

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Fireworks sales skyrocket after Florida legalizes use for Fourth of JulyAs fireworks shops see an increase in demand, fire departments caution safe use this weekend.

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Floridians Take Advantage of Fireworks Thanks to New State LawThis year, purchasing and setting off fireworks is legal in much of the state of Florida after Gov.

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Florida leads nation in average number of daily new coronavirus casesThe coronavirus pandemic has brought countries to a standstill. In many places, as countries reopen, Covid-19 cases are on the rise.

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Florida Medical Marijuana Business is Booming During PandemicST. PETERSBURG, Fla. - The pandemic has devastated many Florida businesses but the cannabis industry has been thriving, according to AltMed, the parent company of MUV dispensaries.

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Despite Coronavirus Concerns, Marlins Eager For Season To BeginBaseball is back as the Miami Marlins take the field for the first time since sports took a hiatus due to the coronavirus.

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Miami mayor imposes nightly curfew to fight Florida coronavirus surgeThe number of coronavirus cases in Florida jumped again on Friday as the mayor of the state's biggest city imposed a nightly curfew and rolled backed the reopening of entertainment venues to try to stem one of the most alarming coronavirus surges in the United States.

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Put pressure on supporters of the Developer's puppet commissionersIn a Letter to the Editor, a Village of Haciendas of Mission Hills resident contends it's time to put pressure on supports of the Developer's puppet commissioners.

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South Florida Tourism Copes With Fourth Of July Coronavirus RestrictionsHotels and other hospitality businesses are facing a different Fourth of July this year because of the coronavirus pandemic.

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Second Miami Heat Player Tests Positive For Coronavirus, Cancelling Team WorkoutsThe Miami Heat has confirmed to NBC 6 that a second Heat player has tested positive for coronavirus, resulting in a cancellation of individual team member workouts at American Airlines Arena.

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Florida Adds Nearly 9,500 New Coronavirus Cases Friday, Pushing Total Close to 180,000Florida saw another large spike in coronavirus cases Friday with nearly 9,500 new cases being added, pushing the state's total to close to 180,000.

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AAA: Holiday Travel Expected To Drop Amid PandemicThe number of people traveling during the Independence Day weekend is expected to drop significantly this year because of the coronavirus pandemic, according to the AAA auto club.

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Toronto FC delays Florida departure by one day citing test result delaysToronto FC pushed back its departure to Florida for the MLS is Back Tournament to Saturday, saying more time was needed to complete pre-travel COVID-19 testing.

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Florida businessman linked to massive telemarketing fraud pleads guiltyA Florida man pleaded guilty Thursday for his role in a massive telemarketing fraud scheme that duped Minnesota customers into paying for expensive fake magazine subscriptions.

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Florida Democratic legislators sign letter demanding DeSantis issue mask mandateTen Democratic state lawmakers issued a letter on Friday demanding Gov. Ron DeSantis order a statewide mask mandate as cases of COVID-19 spike throughout Florida.

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'We Are Heading A Million Miles An Hour In The Wrong Direction', Infectious Disease Specialist Dr. Aileen Marty On Florida's Coronavirus SurgeMore than 52 thousand new cases of COVID-19 were reported across the country on Thursday.

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An 11-year-old boy is Florida's youngest person to die from Covid-19 complicationsCNN)An 11-year-old boy from Miami-Dade County has died from Covid-19 complications, according to the Florida Department of Health, making him the youngest person in the state of Florida to die from the disease.

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U.S. records 55,000 new coronavirus cases — as COVID-19 surges in Florida, Arizona, California and TexasNew cases are up 38% in Florida over the past week, up 27% in Texas, and up 20% in California over the same period.

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COVID-19 in Florida: coronavirus cases, deaths, hospitalizations, spreadThe state of Florida added 9,488 cases of the novel coronavirus Friday, the tenth consecutive day that at least 5,000 new cases have been counted, according to data from the Florida Department of Health.

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Amendment allows some Florida bars to re-openThe Florida Department of Business amended its order to let places who are licensed to sell both alcohol and food re-open so long as social distancing guidelines are still followed.

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Florida reports more than 9,400 cases of COVID-19 in daily reportHealth officials say 3,785 people have died from the virus in the state.

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Coronavirus in Florida: boy, 11, the youngest victim as infections blight Sunshine StateAn 11-year-old boy has become the youngest coronavirus victim in Florida amid a fast-growing resurgence of the virus that has filled hospitals and forced the closure of beaches for the July 4 national holiday.

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The Venice of FloridaThe town of Winter Park in Central Florida is truly a gem. One of its many highlights is a chain of lakes that are connected to each other with narrow canals - hence the honorary title - Venice of Florida.

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Closed Beaches Put Damper On July 4th Holiday FunThe July 4th holiday usually means packed beaches and bustling crowds on nearby sidewalks, or in Hollywood's case - the Broadwalk.

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Some Central Florida fireworks tents seeing record sales"We haven't sold this much, this quickly, ever," First American Fireworks employee Heather Denmark said.

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Florida Mayors: Beaches are open but 'we don't want you to come'NBC News' Dasha Burns is joined by three Florida Mayors: Mayor Charlie Latham of Jacksonville Beach, Mayor Ellen Glasser of Atlantic Beach and Mayor Elaine Brown of Neptune Beach.

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Want what Jason Aldean's got in "Got What I Got" video? Here's the total cost…Well, be prepared to lighten your wallet! I'll give you a grand total at the bottom of this post, but for now...

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Curfews, Closures as COVID-19 Burdens Florida HospitalsFlorida's most populous county is imposing an overnight curfew and beaches and businesses are closing down again as the state's coronavirus caseload rises...

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Coronavirus Upends July 4th: Florida Closes Beaches, Mexico Blocks Border, And Much MoreWith new coronavirus cases exploding across the country-the U.S. saw a record 55,000 cases on Thursday alone-state and local officials are scrambling to prevent a public health disaster ahead of the Fourth of July, closing beaches, cancelling celebrations and urging Americans to celebrate the holiday at home.

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The earliest French colonies in North AmericaBy Richard L. Thornton, Architect and City Planner Most of these early colonial ventures are never even mentioned to students in the United States.

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Disney suspends college internship program amid pandemicORLANDO, Fla. — Walt Disney World has suspended the Disney College Program indefinitely amid the continuing coronavirus pandemic.

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9,488 new COVID-19 cases reported in Florida on FridaySarasota County reported 107 new coronavirus cases, the third day in a row with over 100 new cases.

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Florida adds 9,488 coronavirus cases as average deaths riseThe state saw its third-largest, single-day jump in hospitalizations since the pandemic began.

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Florida Adds More Than 9,000 New COVID-19 CasesA day after Florida saw the record being broken for new daily positive cases, the state's health department reported more than 9,000 new coronavirus cases on Friday.

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Ghislaine Maxwell's Case Will Unearth Secrets Epstein Took to His GraveThe arrest has given renewed hope to survivours who were once sexually victimized by Epstein.

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Nearly 9,500 new Florida coronavirus cases reported Friday; 67 new deathsThe Florida Department of Health says the number of known cases of COVID-19 in the state rose by 9,488 since yesterday morning as the virus spreads and as more people are tested across the state.

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Seven U.S. states post record COVID cases, curfew ordered in MiamiReuters) - Alabama and six other U.S. states reported record increases in coronavirus cases on Friday as Florida's most populous county imposed a curfew ahead of the Independence Day weekend and Arkansas joined a push toward mandating mask-wearing in public.

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Latest COVID-19 numbers: Over 178,000 Florida cases, deaths surpass 3,600There are now more than 178,000 reported cases of the coronavirus in Florida, with 3,684 deaths.

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'Cupid,' the 15-year-old giraffe, passes away at Florida's Lion Country SafariStaff members at a Florida drive-through safari are mourning the loss of one of their wildlife friends.

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New Florida Majority makes picks in Broward SA, Miami-Dade mayoral racesThe progressive group is hoping to make a splash in two high-profile open races.

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Florida PSC Staff Recommendation on Efficiency Raises Alarm and QuestionsCutting energy waste and lowering energy bills has never been more important. The continuing COVID-19 crisis and economic fallout is exacerbating the problem of already-high and unaffordable energy bills for hard-working families....

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Councilor QuandariesIn Letter to the Editor, Regina L. Dayton talks about the Marco Council and her thoughts on their treatment of Councilor Roman.

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It Is Time to Put an End to This NonsenseSteve Stefanides talks more about the protests and racial tensions within the country in his column, More Straight Talk.

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Florida on a Tankful: Explore the World of MagicLooking for something unique and different to check out in Central Florida? Well, look no further than downtown historical Mount Dora at the Donnelly House where local magician Scott Humston is presenting his new show, Mystery, Myth and Magic.

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The Marco Memory ProjectThe Marco Island Historical Society is seeking the public's help to identify photos from Marco's history in the Marco Memory Project.

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Coastal CommentsNow, I must tell you that according to Florida law, the county manager is the only person in the county who can legally hire and fire employees or deal with employees about issues that must go to the county manager, and if a commissioner violates that law, he/she can be reported to the Ethics Commission in Tallahassee; so if someone believes...

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Video Shows Miami Police Grab Breast of ProtesterA video taken Wednesday at a George Floyd protest shows a Miami police officer grabbing a woman's breast during an arrest.

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Palm Beach Residents Challenge County's Mask Mandate In CourtFour Palm Beach County residents are challenging the county's mask mandate in court.

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Protesters Not Impressed With Orange County's Sheriff's Office Citizen Advisory CommitteeProtesters against police brutality of minorities say they were not impressed by the Orange County Sheriff's Office Citizen Advisory Committee.

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July 4th Travel Expected To Drop Amid PandemicIt looks like a lot of people will be staying put this July 4th holiday weekend.

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Florida coronavirus: Anxiety over Trump's chances with senior voters increases as the virus spreadsJohn Dudley, a retired banker, proudly cast his ballot for Donald Trump in 2016, excited at the prospect of sending an entrepreneur to the White House on a pledge to change Washington.

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How to Boost SerotoninThere are many different times when we feel good. But how can we boost it naturally without a particular cause?

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Florida Man Sentenced For Collecting Dead Mom's Social SecurityA central Florida man who collected his mother's Social Security payments for years after her death has been sentenced to two years in federal prison.

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live: President says Minneapolis would have been 'wiped out' by protesters without National Guard crackdown as US posts record daily coronavirus riseDonald Trump has taken to Twitter to argue that Black Lives Matter protesters angered by the police killing of George Floyd would have wiped out the city of Minneapolis had he not sent in the National Guard to stop the demonstrations, also picking fights with CNN anchor Chris Cuomo and Dr Anthony Fauci as he seeks to distra.

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Disney World Suspends College Internship Program Amid PandemicWalt Disney World says it's suspending the Disney College Program indefinitely amid the continuing coronavirus pandemic.

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Florida Man Sentenced for Collecting Dead Mom's Social SecurityA Florida man has been sentenced to two years in federal prison for collecting his mother's Social Security payments after her death.

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To promote social distancing, city to launch 4th of July fireworks from 6 spotsJacksonville not only didn't cancel it's Fourth of July fireworks display, it added more locations to encourage everyone to stay state and close to home.

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Video shows Florida woman coughing on cancer patient at store, deputies sayA Florida woman is facing a battery charge after video shows her coughing on a woman with cancer at a Jacksonville store, deputies said.

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Volusia County Leaders Urging People to Follow Mask MandatesAs Florida broke a new milestone in the coronavirus pandemic on Thursday, many Voluisa County leaders are stressing to people to follow mask mandates and social distancing guidelines.

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Leitvox Releases New Album, "Under the Skin"At the tail end of 2019, electronic artist Leitvox locked himself away in his Wynwood-based studio for four months to finish his latest album, Under the Skin.

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Miami Food Events July Fourth Weekend, July 3 Through July 5, 2020Celebrate July Fourth with a picnic, a special pie, a pizza, and more.

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COVID-19 Spike in Miami-Dade Ahead of Fourth of July HolidayMiami-Dade County and health officials worry about the surge in coronavirus hospitalizations, positive COVID-19 cases, and testing demand ahead of the Fourth of July 2020 weekend.

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Florida teacher, father killed in freak accidentTwo people were killed when a tree fell on an SUV during mid-drive, officials say.

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Bill to improve music education in Florida is signed into lawThe three-year early childhood music education pilot program will help school districts implement music education for kindergarten through 2nd grade.

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White House Coronavirus Task Force Considers Pool TestingPool testing would test groups of people at once All samples would be put in one tube and tested If negative, everyone is cleared If positive, officials would have to retest individuals in the group.

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Florida travelers face 2-week quarantine in ChicagoChicago officials say people traveling to the city from 15 states with increasing numbers of confirmed cases of the coronavirus will have to quarantine for two weeks upon arrival or face possible fines.

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Gov. Ron DeSantis makes 75 appointments to Florida's Judicial Nomination CommissionsFlorida Supreme Court Judicial Nominating Commission: - Harout Samra of Coral Gables is reappointed for a term ending July 1, 2024.

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Miami-Dade Among Sites Endorsed for Potential Space Force HeadquartersCould Miami-Dade County be the site selected as the inaugural command headquarters for the U.S. Space Force?

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Helping Pets Cope With FireworksWhile COVID-19 has caused many municipalities to cancel their Fourth of July fireworks displays, we all know how much South Floridians love their backyard fireworks.

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