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7 Sep 2019
People and tourists in the city of Riviera Beach in Florida continue to prepare, and begin evacuating the beach as Hurricane Dorian makes landfall in the Bahamas. Forecasters believe the Category 5 storm will move closer to the east coast of Florida on Monday evening, into Tuesday.
30 Aug 2019
Residents in Miami stock up on water and supplies as they prepare for Hurricane Dorian, which could make landfall in Florida as a powerful Category 4 storm over Labor Day Weekend.
19 Jun 2019
The president talked tariffs and his former rivals in his first official rally for the 2020 election. He used the speech to position himself as a Washington outsider, two and half years into his presidential term.
2 May 2019
Florida teachers will be able to carry guns in classrooms after undergoing police-style training and a psychiatric evaluation. Opponents say fewer guns should be on schools and the policy is prone to deadly accidents.
27 Oct 2018
FBI Director Chris Wray speaks at a news conference about the arrest of a Florida man in connection with mailing at least 13 suspected explosive devices that targeted high-profile Democrats.
30 Apr 2018
A Florida mother is sharing her daughter's story in the hopes it will save the life of another child from "dry drowning."
22 Apr 2018
Sky Bouche, the suspect who police say opened fire on another student at Forest High School, says he's 'sorry' as he is walked out by authorities on his way to jail.
8 Mar 2018
The Florida House passed a school safety bill that includes new restrictions on rifle sales and a programme to arm some teachers, sending the measure to the governor for his signature.
26 Feb 2018
The online debate over gun control in the US rages on. Donald Trump has condemned the armed deputy, who failed to enter the school in Florida during last week's shooting.
24 Feb 2018
Many of the students who survived a horrific February 14 high school shooting in Florida have become activists demanding changes to US gun laws. Their campaign could well mark a turning point for an issue that has left previous generations at a partisan impasse.
19 Feb 2018
Florida students have been rallying for more gun control after last week's deadly school shooting. Some papers wonder: could this be the start of a new student-led social movement in the US?
16 Jan 2018
At least one woman was killed and fifteen people were injured when a fire engulfed a boat off the coast of Florida on Sunday.

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