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Florida Still Key In Hunt For 270 Ever since NBC's Tim Russert wrote "Florida Florida Florida" on a whiteboard during the tumultuous 2000 presidential election, the state has emerged as one of the most significant battlegrounds in the race for 270 electoral votes --- at least in popular imagination.
Two Accused Of Trying To Extort Internet Star YesJulzTwo people who reportedly tried to extort social media star YesJulz were arrested by Miami Beach police.
Warren Sapp Nipped By Shark While Lobster Hunting In KeysPro Football Hall of Famer Warren Sapp got up close and personal with a shark while going after lobster in the Keys during the two day mini-season.
Family Depressed After Ruling Clears BSO Deputy In Shooting Death Of Man With Air RifleThe manslaughter charge has been dismissed against a Broward Sheriff's Office deputy who claimed self-defense in the 2014 fatal shooting of a black man carrying what turned out to be an air rifle.
Toddler Shot, Killed In Dania Beach By FatherA 1-year-old child was shot and killed by her father overnight in Dania Beach.
Health Officials: 4 New Possible Cases Of Non-Travel Related Zika In Dade, BrowardFlorida health officials say there are two more Zika cases that do not appear to be related to travel.
Florida Gov. Rick Scott To Chair Trump Super PACFlorida Gov. Rick Scott will serve as national chairman of a super PAC backing Republican Donald Trump's presidential campaign.
Richardson Details Talks With Scott After ShootingsIn the days after the Orlando shooting, Gov. Scott privately expressed support for gay rights to the state's only openly gay state lawmaker.
Debate Emerges On Carving Up 'Docs V. Glocks' LawAttorneys this week debated in court documents whether it would be possible to jettison parts of the "docs v. glocks" law.
Kaine: 'We Know How Critical Florida Is Going To Be'President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden will take the stage in support of Democratic Presidential nominee Hillary Clinton Wednesday evening.
Teen Organizes Community Luncheon To Help Bridge Divide Between Police & CitizensMiami's future men and women in blue broke bread – actually pizza – with some members of the community who wanted to show their love.
Day 2 Of Digging At Townhome Of Woman Who Vanished Over 30 Years AgoFor a second day, Miami-Dade investigators and workmen in masks dug up the rear concrete patio at a Northwest Miami-Dade townhome.

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