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Surrey Advertiser
Yateley couple stranded in Orlando as Hurricane Irma ravages Floridato rock the Gulf Coast in living memory.Read More Disneyland's EPCOT centre wa
Surrey Advertiser / Posted 11 days ago
to rock the Gulf Coast in living memory.Read More Disneyland's EPCOT centre was also abandoned at the weekend as the Florida government repeatedly told residents to leave their homes and head for safer ground.Supermarket shelves in the town... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
Apopka latest to ban medical marijuana shops, Eustis may be nextDespite a long agricultural history, Apopka became the latest Central Florida g
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 14 days ago
Despite a long agricultural history, Apopka became the latest Central Florida government to ban medical marijuana shops within their borders. Leaders of both cities cited regulating limits imposed by legislators as a reason for backing a ban. They... Read more
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ABC 7 Gulfshore News
Rain continues to flood parts of Lee Countypumps running constantly. "Everybody's house here has sewage in it, and nobody
ABC 7 Gulfshore News / Posted 25 days ago
pumps running constantly. "Everybody's house here has sewage in it, and nobody cares, they just gave up," he said. The Florida Government Utility Authority said it has a wastewater pump in the area and it was working at capacity. Copyright... Read more
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NBC 2 Fort Myers
Rain continues to flood parts of Lee Countypumps running constantly. "Everybody's house here has sewage in it, and nobody
NBC 2 Fort Myers / Posted 25 days ago
pumps running constantly. "Everybody's house here has sewage in it, and nobody cares, they just gave up," he said. The Florida Government Utility Authority said it has a wastewater pump in the area and it was working at capacity. Copyright... Read more
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The Palm Beach Post
Florida to resume executions with first use of triple-drug injectionRow prisoners at a record-breaking pace until a U.S. Supreme Court ruling put F
The Palm Beach Post / Posted 30 days ago
Row prisoners at a record-breaking pace until a U.S. Supreme Court ruling put Florida’s death penalty on hold. RELATED: Florida government headlines in The Post It will also be the first execution anywhere in the country using an untested... Read more
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