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Police: Man arrested after firing shots at Trump golf club

"He was yelling and spewing some information about President Trump and that's what we know so far. And he had an American flag that he did drape over the counter," Miami-Dade Police Director Juan Perez said. Source link

Higher test score rules could lead to graduation-rate drop

TALLAHASSEE — Freshmen entering Florida high schools this fall will need higher scores on alternative tests to meet graduation standards in math and language arts, under a newrule adopted by the state Board of Education.School districts warned the higher...

Judge to decide Florida ban on smokable medical marijuana

Lawyers for People United for Medical Marijuana and Florida United for Car said the state law conflicts with the constitutional amendment, and the intent of voters. Source link

Autopsy: Exploding vape pen killed Florida man

An autopsy report released Tuesday confirms the vape pen was responsible for the May 5 death of Tallmadge D'Elia, 38, in St. Petersburg. Source link

Brace for another hurricane season, experts warn

Government officials and emergency responders are imploring Floridians to be prepared this year. Source link

Prosecutors: Judge right to dismiss Corrine Brown juror

The former Democratic congresswoman from Jacksonville was convicted last year on 18 felony counts and sentenced to five years in prison. Source link

Jacksonville police officer killed in Tuesday morning crash

The officer crashed his police car about 4:30 a.m. down an embankment on northbound I-295 near Alta Drive. Source link

Judge: Election supervisor illegally destroyed ballots

The decision involved Tim Canova's bid to unseat U.S. Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz in the 2016 Democratic primary. Source link

Gulf low unlikely to become tropical depression or storm

The system will continue to pour rainfall over parts of Florida and the Southeastern U.S. Source link

Supreme Court ruling another wild card for Florida gambling

TALLAHASSEE — A U.S. Supreme Court ruling Monday that overturns a federal law banning most sports betting throws another wild card into the complicated world of Florida gambling.With voters getting a chance in November to approve a constitutional...

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Top Cats: Villanova blasts Michigan to win NCAA crown

 Michigan’s starters trudged to the bench in weary succession, watching with towel-covered head Source link

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