Trump Goes From Debate Stage To South FloridaFresh off the debate stage, Donald Trump is now in South Florida.
4 New Non-Travel Related Zika Cases In Miami-DadeThe Florida Department of Health announced Tuesday there are 9 new Zika cases across the state.
10 New Non-Travel Related Cases Of Zika CasesThe Florida Department of Health announced Monday there are 16 new Zika cases across the state.
Florida Residents File Lawsuit Over Sinkhole LeakSome Florida residents filed a lawsuit against a company accusing them of negligence after a massive sinkhole opened up at their plant, leaking contaminated waste water into the state's main underground sources of drinking water.
Confederate Flag Fight Ensues At Florida High SchoolThe debate about the confederate flag is causing controversy in a Florida high school – including one of its students.
Health Officials Test Water After Tampa Bay Sewage SpillFlorida health officials say they are continuing to monitor the water quality after a sewage spill into Tampa Bay after Hurricane Hermine.
Man Accused Of Doing Heroin In Car With Child, Pregnant WomanA man is behind bars after Broward deputies say he was doing heroin in a car with his 3-year old girl and a woman pregnant with twins.
4 New Non-Travel Related Zika Cases In Miami BeachThe war against Zika marches on in Miami-Dade County where there are four new non-travel related cases Tuesday.
Central Florida Residents Concerned About Drinking Water After Sinkhole LeakResidents in Central Florida are concerned about their drinking water after a sinkhole opened up causing more than 200 million gallons of contaminated waste water from a fertilizer plant to leak into one of the state's main underground sources of drinking water.
Sinkhole Leaks Contaminated Water Into Florida's Drinking Supply, Testing UnderwayA massive sinkhole opened up in central Florida causing more than 200 million gallons of contaminated waste water from a fertilizer plant to leak into one of the state's main underground sources of drinking water, a phosphate company says.
Rick Scott Authorizes $10M More For Zika ResponseFlorida Governor Rick Scott has authorized an additional $10 million in state funds for Zika response.
Florida Unemployment At 4.7 Percent For 4th Straight MonthDespite adding 22,000 jobs in August, Florida's unemployment remains at 4.7 percent for the fourth straight month.

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