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Gov. Scott Issues Proclamation For "First Responders" WeekFlorida's law enforcement and firefighters will be honored in the first week of the new year thanks to Governor Rick Scott.
Thousands To Run In Ft. Lauderdale "Tunnel To Towers" EventAs many as 5-thousand South Florida runners will lace up their running and walking shoes Saturday, September 13th to benefit military personnel who were catastrophically injured in Iraq and Afghanistan in the 4th annual Tunnel to Towers 5K run in Ft. Lauderdale.
Don't Panic: Terrorism Drill At MIA SaturdayBus and rail passengers beware: a terrorism drill is planned for Saturday at The Miami Intermodal Center at Miami International Airport.
Thousands To Run In Ft. Lauderdale "Tunnel To Towers" Event Thousands of South Florida runners will lace up their running shoes in September to benefit military personnel who were catastrophically injured in Iraq and Afghanistan in the annual Tunnel to Towers 5K run in Ft. Lauderdale.
Gov. Scott Meets Hialeah Massacre First RespondersFlorida Governor Rick Scott took time Wednesday morning to meet with the first responders who put their lives on the line during the Hialeah massacre.
Chaos Documented In Radio Transmissions After Shuckers Deck CollapseThe first rescue units were arriving on the scene of the Shuckers Bar & Grill deck collapse just before 10 p.m. Thursday night.
Fla. Officers Head To NJ In Sandy's Aftermath Florida law enforcement officers are in New Jersey to help in the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy.
Thousands Run In Ft. Lauderdale "Tunnel To Towers" EventThousands of runners gathered to support the victims of 9|11 in the first annual Tunnel to Towers 5K run Saturday morning in Ft. Lauderdale. The run is patterned on an event in New York that has grown to include 20 thousand runners.
South Florida Testing Out New Emergency Radio SystemIn cases of emergencies, like when hurricanes hit South Florida, communication between police, fire rescue personnel and other first responders is crucial.

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