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Across Lake County on Sunday, as Tropical Storm Ian is expected to strengthen and become a hurricane, emergency officials helped residents prepare for any possible storm impact.
After two scrubs, NASA is hoping the third time’s the charm for its Artemis I moon mission.
Florida’s governor and emergency management leaders say the Federal Emergency Management Agency is already assisting the state in preparing for Ian’s impact.
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All of the amendments were placed on the ballot by the Florida Legislature. Two of them deal with taxes while one of them deals with abolishing a commission that reviews the constitution. There are no citizen initiatives on the ballot this year.
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A look at the crowd at the Orlando International Airport after a man jumped from the upper level this morning. Everyone flying out of gates 70-129 will need to be re-screened. (Photo credit: Rasha Mubarak) Full story:
A federal judge has quickly rejected Florida’s request to block a Biden administration requirement that workers at hospitals, nursing homes and other health-care providers be vaccinated against COVID-19.