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All-day Rain Likely In Parts Of Florida Thanksgiving Day

A storm system moving across Florida Thanksgiving Day might seem like a tropical storm to some. Relentless rain and gusty winds are expected from the Nature Coast to the First Coast from a non-tropical area of low pressure moving in from the Gulf of Mexico.

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Florida Public Radio Emergency Network

A storm system moving across Florida Thanksgiving Day might seem like a tropical storm to some.

Relentless rain and gusty winds are expected from the Nature Coast to the First Coast from a non-tropical area of low pressure moving in from the Gulf of Mexico.

Florida Governor Rick Scott is touting a record tourism despite a challenging Hurricane season.

The Constitution Revision Commission is considering a handful of education proposals.

The Trump administration’s decision to end temporary protected status for Haitians who sought shelter in the US after a major earthquake is drawing bipartisan pushback in Florida.  

Florida Governor Rick Scott is pushing for Supreme Court Justice Barbara Pariente to recuse herself from a major case deciding the limits of the governor’s appointment powers.

Florida’s wildlife management agency is announcing a record number of green sea turtle nests this year. That's in spite of impacts from Hurricane Irma.

This year is six weeks shorter than last year.

Not on the calendar, or course, but there are six fewer weeks this year for people getting their health insurance through the Affordable Care Act -- otherwise known as Obamacare or ACA-- to sign up for 2018.

In Florida, 15 percent of families don’t know where they’re going to get their next meal. When you look at children alone, that number increases to almost a quarter who are food insecure, according to Feeding America, one of the largest networks of food banks in the country.

Tampa International Airport

As you set out to gather with family this Thanksgiving weekend, you can expect a lot of company no matter how you’re getting there. 

It’s crunch-time for the Federal Emergency Management Agency as Floridians impacted by Hurricane Irma scramble to meet this Friday’s deadline to register for disaster relief.

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