‘Killer Heat’ Won’t Be Just Uncomfortable, It Will Be A Health Risk

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Retired Justice John Paul Stevens, A Maverick On The Bench, Dies At 99

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Florida Mandates Mental Health Instruction Starting In Middle School

News Service of Florida Public schools will be required to teach students at least five…

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‘Killer Heat’ Won’t Be Just Uncomfortable, It Will Be A Health Risk

By Steve Newborn In 1994, a heat wave killed more than 700 people in Chicago.…

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Apollo Flight Controllers: The People Who Made Moon Missions Happen

By Brendan Byrne / WMFE After launching from Kennedy Space Center, flight controllers in Houston,…

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USF Receives $7.5 Million To Form Transportation Center

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Florida Mandates Mental Health Instruction Starting In Middle School

News Service of Florida Public schools will be required to teach students at least five…

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‘Killer Heat’ Won’t Be Just Uncomfortable, It Will Be A Health Risk

By Steve Newborn In 1994, a heat wave killed more than 700 people in Chicago.…

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Smaller Florida Counties Wary About Expanding Medicaid

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Federal Judge Orders Release Of Dataset Showing Drug Industry’s Role In Opioid Crisis

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‘Killer Heat’ Won’t Be Just Uncomfortable, It Will Be A Health Risk

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Sea Turtle Populations On The Rise In Florida But Still Face Threats

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Climate Change Will Cause Massive Movement Of Wildlife, Study Says

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Rare Sea Turtles Smash Nesting Records In Southeast US

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Florida Mandates Mental Health Instruction Starting In Middle School

News Service of Florida Public schools will be required to teach students at least five…

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USF Receives $7.5 Million To Form Transportation Center

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States Are Ratcheting Up Reading Expectations For 3rd-Graders

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Rooted In History, ‘The Nickel Boys’ Is A Great American Novel

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Sculptor Augusta Savage Said Her Legacy Was The Work Of Her Students

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