Shooter Fires Through Restaurant Window, Kills 2 Florida DeputiesConfusion and anger for many after two deputies were killed on Thursday in Florida.
Target Plans To Walk Items To Your Car In FloridaTarget has announced plans to offer drive-up service at nearly 270 stores throughout the Southeast, including in Florida.
Local Author & Family Friend Reflects On His Time Knowing Barbara BushFormer First Lady Barbara Bush was no stranger to the state of Florida.
Florida Students Shine In New 'Nation's Report Card'A new National Report Card is out and Florida students, including Miami-Dade County Public School students, continue to surpass the nation on standardized assessments.
Woman Claims Wind Blew Cocaine Into Her Purse, Police SayPolice say an officer smelled marijuana and, after searching the car, found cocaine and marijuana in separate bags inside a purse.
Florida Gov. Expected To Announce Senate Bid In OrlandoFlorida Gov. Rick Scott is expected to announce his bid for U.S. Senate in Orlando.
Survivors Of Florida Nightclub Massacre Sue Social Media GiantsA new and interesting twist in the Pulse Orlando night club shooting aftermath.
Medical Marijuana Provider Challenges Dispensary LimitsTrulieve, one of Florida’s fastest-growing medical marijuana companies, is suing the state to allow the company to launch more dispensaries.
10 South Florida Cities File Lawsuit So They Can Regulate FirearmsA news conference was held in Weston regarding a 45-page lawsuit filed on behalf of 10 South Florida cities and 31 elected officials. 
Gov. Scott Faces Deadline On Final Batch Of BillsGov. Rick Scott has a little more than a week to act on the remaining 19 bills from the 2018 legislative session, including a water-related measure drawing fire from environmentalists.
Florida Wildlife Hospital Cares For Eaglets After Being Ejected From Nest By 'Rogue Male'A pair of Florida eaglets are being cared for at a wildlife hospital in Naples after being ejected from their nest shortly after their father’s death.
Florida Gov. Signs Criminal Justice, Shooting Threat BillsThreats of mass shootings and terrorist acts are being added to a Florida law that makes written threats to kill or do bodily harm a second-degree felony.

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