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Hurricane Michael: DUI suspected in crash that kills 3 linemen

The utility workers were repairing power lines damaged by Hurricane Michael. The driver who hit them was arrested on DUI manslaughter. Source link

Party is on: Landing gets permit for Florida-Georgia events

The Landing said it is "excited to continue as the heart of downtown Jacksonville." Source link

State CFO race goes 'very negative'

TALLAHASSEE — Acrimony, rather than ideas, has taken the stage in the contest for Florida chief financial officer.The race between Republican incumbent Jimmy Patronis and former state Sen. Jeremy Ring, a Broward County Democrat, is an undercard to...

Hurricane Michael: Crash kills 2 men repairing power lines

The linemen were repairing power lines damaged by Hurricane Michael. The driver who hit them was arrested. Source link

DeSantis, Gillum continue to trade barbs in final debate

Republican Ron DeSantis and Democrat Andrew Gillum accused each other of lying throughout a testy debate on Wednesday night, a second and final meeting that came less than two weeks before their nationally watched election for Florida governor. Source...

Bartow PD: 2 girls, ages 11 and 12, plotted to kill students, drink their...

“This is horrific, and if I had children in school I’d be scared to death,” Bartow Police Chief Joe Hall said during the morning news conference. Source link

Court says trafficking victim can't shed record

TALLAHASSEE — Trying to help human-trafficking victims get a new start in life, Florida lawmakers in 2013 unanimously passed a bill aimed at helping victims expunge records of crimes they might have committed under duress.But pointing to an exception...

New documents contradict Florida Democratic nominee Gillum

The documents were turned over to the Florida Commission on Ethics by Christopher Kise, a well-known Tallahassee attorney. Source link

Racist robocall targets Andrew Gillum, again

Call claims to come from Road to Power, an anti-Semitic, white supremacist group Source link

Judge clears way for challenges to gun law

TALLAHASSEE — A circuit judge has given a boost to more than 30 local governments challenging a 2011 state law that threatens stiff penalties for city or county officials who approve gun restrictions.Leon County Circuit Judge Charles Dodson...


"The most unethical sham": Lindsey Graham rails at Kavanaugh FBI probe...

SCOTUS nominee Brett Kavanaugh snubbed the question whether he would want the FBI to conduct an investigation into the sexual misconduct allegations...


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