Eighth Pool Of Mosquitoes Test Positive For Zika In Miami BeachA new pool of mosquitoes have tested positive for the Zika virus in Miami Beach.
Coast Guard Searching By Air, Sea For Missing MigrantCoast Guard crews are searching for a Cuban migrant reported missing after a group of migrants were discovered in the Florida Keys.
Florida's Minimum Wage Is Going UpFlorida's minimum wage is going up next year. The nickel increase to $8.10 an hour will go into effect on January 1st, 2017.
Florida Orange And Grapefruit Estimates Drop By Double DigitsThe official state fruit of Florida isn’t looking so good this season.
Clinton: I Don't Care If Trump Goes After Me, I Signed Up For ThisHillary Clinton says she doesn't care if Donald Trump "goes after" her, adding "I signed up for this."
Police: Cameras Capture Man Wanted In Several Dade BurglariesHalloween ghouls decorate the yard of a home in Kendall, but a ghoul of a different sort came to call recently. Police say it is a thief, responsible for burglaries and package thefts across the south end of the county.
Poll: Clinton Has Six-Point Edge In Battleground State Of FloridaHillary Clinton has a six-point lead over her opponent Donald Trump in Florida, according to a poll released by Florida Atlantic University on Thursday.
Florida Dept. Of State Denies Hackers Broke Into Election SystemFlorida's Department of State is denying allegations that Russian hackers broke into part of the state's election system.
Aventura Man Accused Of Setting Up Sexual Rendezvous With 13-Year-OldAn Aventura man is accused of trying to pick up a young boy online, Broward deputies say.
Florida Voter Registration Deadline Extended, Judge's Order Democrats and civil rights groups are hailing it as a victory after a federal judge granted Floridians more time to register to vote.
Trump Doesn't Know What He'll Do If He Loses ElectionWhile campaigning in Florida, Donald Trump said if he lost the presidential election, it will have been the biggest waste of time and money in his life.
Drones, Bacteria-Infected Mosquitoes & Sandals May Be Next Step In Zika Fight- U.S. AID has joined the fight against the Zika virus through a $30 million investment in efforts to stop the spread of the virus linked to severe birth defects

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