Gov. Scott Touts Job Expansion At Doral Aerospace SupplierThe world's leading supplier of airplane parts, KLX Aerospace Solutions, is expanding and creating more opportunities for Miami-Dade County residents.
Health Officials Investigate Zika Exposure In 2 New CasesFlorida health officials are trying to find out where two people got the Zika virus in Miami-Dade County.
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.
Miami-Dade Gets $7M More To Fight Spread Of Zika VirusMiami-Dade County is getting more money to fight the spread of the Zika virus - linked to severe birth defects.
Gov. Scott Responds After Voter Registration Deadline ExtensionFlorida Governor Rick Scott's camp is responding to a judge's order extending the deadline to register to vote following Hurricane Matthew.
Florida's Disaster Fund Activated After Hurricane Matthew Florida's Disaster Fund - meant to aid those impacted by Hurricane Matthew - is now activated.
Florida Mops Up After Hurricane MatthewPresident Barack Obama has made Florida eligible for disaster aid in eight counties as the state continues to recover from the impact of Hurricane Matthew.
Democrats: Florida Should Extend Voter Registration DeadlineThe Democratic Party in Florida is asking a federal judge to extend the state's voter registration deadline at least a week due to Hurricane Matthew.
Recovery From Hurricane Matthew Underway In FloridaAfter being pelted by a brutal storm that killed at least five Floridians, the state has shifted into recovery mode while still keeping tabs on deadly Hurricane Matthew.
Governor: 442,000 Customers Still Without Power In FloridaWhile the storm itself is long gone, there are plenty of people still feeling the effects of Hurricane Matthew.
Gov. Scott Brushes Aside Questions On Florida Voting Deadline Florida Gov. Rick Scott brushed aside questions on whether to keep Florida's voter registration deadline in place due to his support for Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump.
Florida Governor: 'We're Not Out Of This Yet'Florida Governor Rick Scott remained cautious Friday as Hurricane Matthew hugged the central Florida coast.

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