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BREAKING Florida surpasses 1 million total COVID-19 cases since the pandemic began:
Anyone with information on the shootings of the owners of convenience store T & N Market in Mount Dora on Monday night are asked to contact the Mount Dora Police Department, authorities said.
“It was comfortable for me. Mentally, [being homeless] was comfortable. And it was something that I did consistently for 15 years." Veterans like Mark Rawls account for 17% of people who were homeless in Metro Orlando in the past year. But there is help:
From doctors and nurses to police and firefighters, millions of frontline workers can get free coffee at Starbucks this month. See the full list of people who are eligible:
For most Americans, the COVID-19 vaccine will likely be covered by insurance. Right now that's not the case for millions of Americans on medicaid. The proposed bill would change that:
As the U.S. awaits the approval and distribution of a COVID-19 vaccine, scientists are pushing for a solution they believe could help get our lives back to normal more quickly: Rapid, at-home testing.
Tracking site says a Southwest plane that made an emergency landing after takeoff at Orlando International Airport was a Boeing 737 Max 8:
The short-lived revision made Friday on the CDC site suggested 6 feet might not always be enough distance to prevent coronavirus infection.