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‘Flip My Florida Yard’ TV Series is Casting 10 Lucky Homeowners for an Eco-Friendly Yard Makeover
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The show features families learning landscaping principles that can create beautiful yards while protecting Florida's waterways
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24 Cases And Seven Deaths Among Bisexual And Gay Men Reported In Florida Meningococcal Disease Outbreak
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The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and Florida Department of Health are investigating 24 cases and seven deaths in Florida meningococcal disease outbreak.
Researchers capture largest python ever found in Florida at nearly 18 feet, 215 pounds
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The gargantuan female serpent, considered an invasive species in Florida, measured nearly 18 feet long and weighed 215 pounds, according to the Conservancy of Southwest Florida.
Florida Music Conference brings aspiring artists, ‘buzz bands,’ industry to Orlando
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The Florida Music Conference in Orlando brings together the music industry and artists, plus live performances, at Ace Cafe June 24-25.
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COVID-19 Community Levels Remain High In Florida
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LABELLE, FL. -- Most South Florida's counties are now on the CDC's list of "high community level" COVID-19, and mask wearing indoors in public is recommended by the CDC. All counties in Central and Southern Florida are are "high" levels according to the CDC's latest statistics as of Thursday night, exceptions being Hendry, Glades, and Highlands...
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That viral video of a man hitting a croc with a pan is not from Florida
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Despite having all the common traits of a classic Florida-based news story, a recently shared viral video of an old man clapping an angry crocodile in the head with a frying pan, was not shot in Florida, or even in the U.S. for that matter. The video, which was shared widely across various social media platforms earlier this week, shows a crocodile...
Surfside collapse 1 year later: New Florida regulations make condos safer, but at what cost?
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One year after the condo tower collapse in Surfside, Florida, condo residents are faced with a new state mandate aimed at increasing safety.
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Want to hunt pythons in Florida this summer? This professional has tips
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Registration has opened for Florida's annual python hunting challenge. The competition is not for the faint of heart.
Maurice took an unusual path to becoming Florida's coach
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Paul Maurice’s journey toward becoming the new coach of the Florida Panthers included a fortuitous flick of the remote control, plus was aided by a college admissions department. He was watching games one night in January, a month or so…
DeSantis signs bill prohibiting government from contracting with transporters of illegal immigrants to Florida
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(The Center Square) – Gov. Ron DeSantis signed a bill into law prohibiting governmental entities, including state agencies and local governments, from contracting with carriers that “knowingly transport illegal aliens into Florida,” he announced Thursday.
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