Child Welfare System Looks To Institute To Help ‘Steer A Course’ Lawmakers and those charged with improving Florida's child welfare system await as a state institute prepares it's first report on the troubled sector for Florida Governor Rick Scott and the Legislature. Florida Environmental Protection Secretary Resigns Herschel Vinyard, Secretary of the Florida Department of Environmental Protection, is resigning Dec. 1.
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Miami Restaurants Dishing Out A Solution To The Lionfish Invasion Lionfish have been devastating Florida’s aquatic ecosystem as uninterrupted predators of native species. But now Miami chefs are turning the tables, putting these invasive fish on their menus. Exclusive: Mother Of Woman Gunned Down Says “I Need Suspects” The mother of a woman who was gunned down on Tuesday during a home invasion is speaking out for the first time, saying “I need suspects.”
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