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June 12, 2015: Florida's 24-Hour Waiting Period For Abortions Faces Court Challenge

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6:30 PM Investigation begins into fatal police shooting of homeless man in Overtown...South Florida lawmakers concerned about high rate of infant deaths at St. Mary's Medical Center in West Palm Beach...HIV infection among young men in South Florida rising

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5:44 PM When a food truck becomes super popular, is it time to take off the wheels? Find out why some restaurateurs say no

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5:32 PM Palm Beach County man arrested in connection with commercial truck-hijacking ring...Southbound I-95 delays this weekend to install lane dividers, move entrance to express lanes

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5:04 PM Investigation begins into fatal Miami police shooting of homeless man in Overtown...Miami-Dade County police searching for 19-year-old suspect who shot at officers

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4:44 PM In Florida, many people see manatees as cute, roly-poly animals, but in Cuba they're seen primarily as food - and conservation groups both here and on the island are trying to change that

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4:32 PM Florida lawmakers reach deal on money for hospitals...Jeb Bush gains key Florida endorsements before expected presidential candidacy announcement next week...New law requires local and state government to purchase American flags made in the U.S.

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4:04 PM Hispanics say they can be considered a racial as well as ethnic group
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1:04 PM Taxi drivers almost strike at Miami International Airport over demands that the county regulates ride-sharing services...The Keys expands affordable airlift service for critically ill or injured patients
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10:04 State lawmakers have rejected an idea which would have limited the number of four year degrees and programs offered at the state's community colleges.

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9:35 When a food truck becomes super popular, is it time to take off the wheels? Find out why some restaurateurs say no.

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9:04 Next week, former Florida Governor Jeb Bush is expected to announce a presidential run. This week, he's in Europe.

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8:43 In Florida, many people see manatees as cute, roly-poly animals, but in Cuba they're seen primarily as food. Some conservation groups both here and on the island are trying to change that.

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8:30 The Miami 48-Hour Film Project has returned for its tenth year. This weekend local filmmakers will have 48 hours to make a three to eight minute short film.

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8:20 On Thursday, Governor Rick Scott signed a bill which removes the language in state law preventing gays from adopting. This was largely ceremonial since a judge ruled five years ago that the state's ban was unconstitutional.

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8:04 Two brothers from Broward County were given maximum sentences Thursday for their parts in a plot to blow up landmarks in New York City.

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7:43 When a food truck becomes super popular, is it time to take off the wheels? Find out why some restaurateurs say no.

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7:30 Next week, former Florida Governor Jeb Bush is expected to announce a presidential run. This week, he's in Europe.

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7:20 It is now law in Florida, any city, county and the state itself can only purchase state and American flags made in the US.

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7:04 The state Senate Appropriations Committee on Thursday unanimously approved a $400 million tax-cut package, which must still get full Senate support today before it heads back to the House.

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6:43 In Florida, many people see manatees as cute, roly-poly animals, but in Cuba they're seen primarily as food. Some conservation groups both here and on the island are trying to change that.

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6:30 The Miami 48-Hour Film Project has returned for its tenth year. This weekend local filmmakers will have 48 hours to make a three to eight minute short film.

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6:20 On Thursday, Governor Rick Scott signed a bill which removes the language in state law preventing gays from adopting. This was largely ceremonial since a judge ruled five years ago that the state's ban was unconstitutional.

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6:04 A day after Governor Rick Scott signed a bill requiring a 24-hour waiting period before Florida women can have abortions, the law was challenged in court.