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Several New Laws Will Take Effect October 1, 2019

Several new laws will take effect Oct. 1 (TOMORROW). TEXTING WHILE DRIVING BAN State lawmakers passed a law that made...
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Several New Laws Will Take Effect October 1, 2019

Getting Ready for Tropical Storm Dorian

Tropical Storm Dorian will strike Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands Wednesday and is an increasing danger to the Southeast...
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Getting Ready for Tropical Storm Dorian

FLORIDA’S BACK-TO-SCHOOL SALES TAX HOLIDAY COMING UP AUGUST 2-6, WITH TECHNOLOGY ITEMS INCLUDED THIS YEAR

FLORIDA’S BACK-TO-SCHOOL SALES TAX HOLIDAY COMING UP AUGUST 2-6, WITH TECHNOLOGY ITEMS INCLUDED THIS YEAR The Sunshine State’s annual tax-free...
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FLORIDA’S BACK-TO-SCHOOL SALES TAX HOLIDAY COMING UP AUGUST 2-6, WITH TECHNOLOGY ITEMS INCLUDED THIS YEAR

Florida Man Allegedly Strangles Wife Of 50 Years To Death

Polk County Sheriff's Office Press Release On Tuesday, June 11, 2019, PCSO homicide detectives arrested 73-year-old Ronald Strouse of Harte Drive in...
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Florida Man Allegedly Strangles Wife Of 50 Years To Death

Peace, Love, And Harmony Reigned Over Earthdance Florida

Peace, Love, And Harmony Reigned Over Earthdance Florida by James Coulter Friday afternoon. Rain poured from the sky over Triple...
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Peace, Love, And Harmony Reigned Over Earthdance Florida

Florida’s Economy Growing Faster Than Rest Of Country, Chief Economist Says

Florida’s Economy Growing Faster Than Rest Of Country, Chief Economist Says by James Coulter Florida's economy and population is growing,...
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Florida’s Economy Growing Faster Than Rest Of Country, Chief Economist Says

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Today, our hearts break for the victims of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting in Broward County, Florida. There are no words to …

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Florida scrub-jays play starring role at Feb. 3 festival FWC photo by Craig Faulhaber. Florida scrub-jays play a starring role among the many birds you …

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January “Outta’ the Woods” By Tony Young     FWC uses prescribed fire as best management tool for maintaining wildlife habitat Forest fires caused …

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Frostproof, Florida – On Wednesday, November 29, 2017, at around 7:04 p.m., deputies from the Polk County Sheriff’s Office responded to a two-vehicle crash …

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Hogfish recreational season closes Nov. 1 in Keys/east Florida state waters   Hogfish recreational harvest will close in state waters off Florida’s Atlantic and …

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Stone crab claw season opens Oct. 15 in state, federal waters Florida’s recreational and commercial stone crab claw harvest season opens Oct. 15 in …

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  With the arrival of autumn, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) is reminding residents of Florida what they can do to …

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Hurricane Jose Update: Category 1 Sustained winds of 75 MPH Moving East at 6 MPH

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Update: Gulf County bay scallop season opening remains postponed The bay scallop season off Gulf County remains postponed due to a naturally occurring algae …

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Gov. Scott Reappoints President of Florida Baptist Children’s Homes to Statewide Council   (Lakeland, FL) – Dr. Jerry Haag, president of Florida Baptist Children’s Homes, …

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