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State, NRA Square Off Over 2018 Gun Law
Tallahassee, FL - In a legal fight that started after the 2018 mass shooting at a Parkland high school, attorneys for the state …
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Man Arrested For Stalking, Violating No Contact Order
Bunnell, FL - A 46-year-old man is behind bars after Flagler County deputies say he violated a no contact order his ex-girlfriend …
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S.A. Requests And Gets No Bond For City Island Library Suspect
Daytona Beach, FL - The man who attacked a librarian at City Island Library yesterday will be staying in the Volusia County Jail until …
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VUE Asking 'Public Education Stakeholders' To Show Support At Impasse Hearing
DeLand, FL - Volusia United Educators representatives and Volusia County Schools bargaining team meet tomorrow (September 17) for an …
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DBPD Investigating Death Of Man Found Shot In Head
Daytona Beach,  FL - A murder investigation is underway into the death of a man found dead this morning (September 16). Daytona …
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VCS/VUE Impasse Hearing Set For Thursday
DeLand, FL - In a school year where everything is different, there will be an Impasse Hearing between Volusia County Schools and …
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With little discussion, the Florida Public Service Commission on Tuesday approved a settlement about Gulf Power’s costs of restoring power and rebuilding damaged parts of the electric system after Hurricane Michael in 2018
A new Commonwealth Fund analysis ranks Florida’s health system among the worst in the nation, finding, among other things, that the state spends $19 a person on public health, or about 51 percent of the national average, and has more children without a “medical home” than any other state.
Juno Beach, FL - Florida Power & Light said Friday it will offer aid to customers who are behind on their electric bills, as the company prepares to begin disconnections that have been put on …
Tallahassee, FL - Florida bars can open the taps again Monday. Department of Business and Professional Regulation Secretary Halsey Beshears announced Thursday he was rescinding an emergency order …
Data released by the state health department Tuesday indicate that 65 pediatric patients in Florida have been diagnosed with a rare but serious condition that develops in some children who have tested positive for the virus that causes COVID-19.