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LIVE: Former President Barack Obama is in Orlando to shore up support for the Democratic ticket, including presidential nominee Joe Biden.

Police say a man has been arrested near Miami after a "foul odor" led them to find the body of an aspiring rapper in trunk of his car following a crash.

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Can you change your vote in Florida? @Google  searches on that topic spiked Tuesday in the U.S. around the same time @POTUS  tweeted about it. Here's what we found out:

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The latest on #COVID19  in #Florida  -- the health department reported 4,298 new cases as the percent positive rises above 6%

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Deep ground-penetrating radar and bore sample testing around the site of a large hole in Pasco County have determined the soil and underlying limestone are stable and there's no sign of sinkhole activity, county officials announced today.

TRACKING THE TROPICS: Tropical Storm#Zeta  is moving over the southern Gulf of Mexico where it's expected to regain hurricane strength.

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A #Tampa  woman is accused of making 42,000 Amazon returns on 31 accounts in a $100,000 reimbursement scam.

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Crowd cheers when valedictorian quotes Trump. Then he reveals it was Obama

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Toddler denied kidney transplant from 100% match dad because of probation violation

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MASK MANDATES 😷 @Publix  is the latest business to issue a #mask  requirement for customers. Some states have also issued mask orders, while Georgia's governor banned local leaders from issuing such mandates. We want to know, do you support mask orders?

It is with a very heavy heart we report that baseball and Bay area treasure Don Zimmer has passed away. He was 83.

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THANK YOU: Police in Fort Myers showed their gratitude to #healthcare  workers at Lee Memorial Hospital last week during the #coronavirus  pandemic. 🚓💙

Thank you for your service ? Mohammed Haitham graduated in 2018. He followed his mother’s footsteps and joined the U.S. Navy soon after. He was killed Friday in a shooting at Naval Air Station Pensacola. @ASalcedoNews  has this hero's story tonight on #10News 

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BREAKING: New #coronavirus  numbers in #Florida : State reports another 8,942 new cases, the highest ever in a single day. While a record number of people were tested, more than 13% were positive.

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