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Medicine cabinets at Florida schools could be getting a new addition.
Public impeachment hearings begin tomorrow morning. Who will testify? How will the questioning work? And how can you follow along? We answered your questions here:
Angie Perez calls herself a crusader exposing Venezuelan regime loyalists. But critics say she's part of a witch hunt culture among the expat community. A defamation lawsuit in Doral may be the first to confront this issue.
An A-rated charter school in Hialeah Gardens is set to shut down later this month. Students will have to find a new school in the middle of the year.
Jeffrey Epstein sexually abused underage girls at his waterfront estate in Palm Beach from 1997 to 2006. Now thousands of court documents related to the case are being unsealed. From our news partners the @MiamiHerald .
Keep these safety tips in mind: What not to do after Hurricane Irma
About 220K people in Broward will be without water service soon. The municipalities affected: Fort Lauderdale, Wilton Manors, Tamarac, North Lauderdale, Sea Ranch Lakes, Lauderdale-By-The-Sea, Port Everglades, Oakland Park and part of unincorporated Broward east of Lauderhill
#StonemanDouglas High School Principal Ty Thompson is under investigation and has been reassigned, but will remain on campus to "not upset the community," teachers say. Teachers, however, are already furious.
Data: More young people are registering to vote in the wake of the Parkland shooting.