The Florida Roundup: Miami's New Zika Zone, Campus Safety In Public Schools & Haiti Relief

Oct 16, 2016

People displaced by the storm did their laundry in drainage canals and hung their clothes out to dry in a park. Only one hoop was left standing after the storm but soccer, not basketball, remains Haiti's national pastime.
Credit Rowan Moore Gerety WLRN

This week on The Florida Roundup...

On Thursday, Governor Rick Scott announced that at least five people had contracted the Zika virus in Miami's Little River neighborhood. Now, there's a new Zika zone in the county, between Northwest 79th and 63rd Streets from Northwest 10th Avenue to North Miami Avenue. We get the latest from WLRN's health reporter Sammy Mack

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Also, three teenagers in Broward County were taken into custody for potentially threatening the lives of other high school students. One of those teens had a terror journal in which he bragged about becoming the most famous mass shooter in U.S. history. We examine the question of campus safety in public schools with the Sun-Sentinel's Tonya Alanez

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Plus, we look at relief efforts in Haiti after Hurricane Matthew's devastation. Joining us is Univison's David Adams

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