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Scaffolding Collapses 40-Feet Up Killing 1, Injuring 3 Crews rescued two men found hanging off the fifth floor of a Hallandale Beach building.
Pregnant Woman With Zika Tells Others To Have FaithA pregnant woman in Miami who contracted the Zika virus is being watched very closely.
Election Workers Checking Ballots For Missing Marijuana QuestionAs Broward voters headed to the polls Monday in the first day of early voting for the General Election, workers at the county's Supervisor of Elections Office began opening returned mail-in ballots to see any of them were missing the Amendment 2 question.
Little Havana Gets Mosquito Traps In Zika FightMosquito traps are going up in Little Havana Monday as part of the fight against the spread of the Zika virus - linked to severe birth defects.
Clinton VP Pick Tim Kaine Talks Early Voting At FIUDemocratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton continues to focus on Florida, a key battleground state in her bid for the Oval Office.
Clinton Looks Beyond Trump As Election NearsDemocratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton is looking beyond Donald Trump and hoping to help Democrats take control of Congress.
Trump Campaigns In Must-Win Florida, Clinton Focuses On New HampshireDonald Trump is fighting to preserve his narrow path to the presidency in must-win Florida as Hillary Clinton tries to beat him in battleground New Hampshire with just 15 days left until Election Day.
Dive Teams Recover Body Of Missing Tampa BoaterThe body of a Tampa Bay man, reported missing off a boat last week, has been recovered, police said.
Voters Take Advantage Of Early Voting In Dade, BrowardEarly voting got underway Monday in all but 17 of Florida's 67 counties, and some people couldn't wait.
One In Four Cancer Deaths Linked To SmokingA quarter of all cancer deaths in the U.S. are linked to cigarettes.
Poll: Clinton Holds 3-Point Lead Over Trump In FloridaWith 15 days away until the election, the latest CBS News tracking poll is good news for Hillary Clinton.
Mail In Ballots Pour In As Early Voting Starts More than one million mail-in ballots have already been cast in the general election, as early-voting polling locations opened Monday in most counties.

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