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Florida Wildlife Corridor Expedition
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Florida Wildlife Corridor Expedition Starts 7-Day Trek Along The Lake Wales Ridge

A trio of conservationists trotted off on horseback into the woods of a state park near Sebring Sunday. It was the first leg of a seven-day journey to travel a natural pathway that connects two major preserved areas of Florida.

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Special Report: Honey Bees

The Buzz on Florida’s Honey Bees

On this week's Florida Roundup, we discussed the Florida connection to the impeachment inquiry surrounding President Donald Trump with Emily Mahoney, Florida Government Reporter, Tampa Bay Times and Miami Herald.

Tropical Storm Nestor made a powerful arrival Friday night and early Saturday, producing tornadoes along with heavy downpours and gusty winds that knocked out power to thousands across the Tampa Bay area.

A federal judge issued a ruling Friday temporarily blocking a Republican-backed Florida law that barred some felons from voting because of their inability to pay fines and other legal debts.

Hillsborough County School officials are looking into the possibility that some grounds of King High School rest on what was a cemetery for indigent African Americans.

Storm Clouds
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Tropical Storm Nestor is causing changes to a number of weekend events.

Scientists have discovered a mash-up of two feared disasters — hurricanes and earthquakes — and they're calling them "stormquakes."

dead fish on a beach
Mote Marine Laboratory

Scientists say a red tide bloom is making its way into southwest Florida bays and killing sea turtles.

Floridians With Disabilities Defend Medicaid Funding From Possible Cuts

Oct 18, 2019

People with developmental disabilities and caregivers delivered a message to a Senate health-care panel Wednesday: Don’t cut Medicaid funding for services. 

Vaping Among Florida's Youth Is Increasing While Tobacco Use Drops

Oct 18, 2019

The use of tobacco products among Florida’s youth is at an all-time low, but that good news is offset by significant increases in the number of children who vape, a state advisory panel was told Thursday. 

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