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Safety tips for teen drivers as the ‘100 deadliest days’ begin

SOUTHWEST FLORIDA – Memorial Day weekend marked the start of a dangerous time for young drivers nationwide. More than 30 percent of deaths involving teen drivers occur during what’s called the “100 deadliest days,” which runs from Memorial Day to Labor Day, according to the American Automobile Association (AAA). “Teens are celebrating graduations, out of school in the summer time, potentially driving more, have more free time, which could lead to making a bad choice behind the wheel,” said Lt. Greg Bueno with the Florida Highway Patrol. In Florida, an average...

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3 dead, 3 injured in shooting near South Florida military base, police say

HOMESTEAD, Fla. / NBC6 — Three people were killed and three others were injured in an early morning shooting near a major Miami-Dade military base on Monday. Shots were fired just before 2 a.m. inside an apartment complex near Southwest 126th Court and 282nd Street, close to the Homestead Air Reserve Base. Three people were found dead at the scene, including both an adult female victim and child, police said. The suspected shooter was also found dead after they committed suicide inside the complex, according to police. Three other victims, including two children, were air rescued to...

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Florida scientists find rare bee species in new locations

GAINESVILLE, Fla. (AP) — Florida Museum of Natural History scientists have found the first nest of Florida’s extraordinarily rare blue calamintha bee and added a new location to its known range: the Ocala National Forest. They also confirmed the insect feeds on a second, but highly endangered, host plant. Researchers made the discoveries during their second field season tracking the obscure bee in Central Florida’s sand pine scrub habitats. Their findings will help inform conservation and land management efforts and a federal assessment on whether the blue calamintha bee qualifies for protection...

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3 dead including corrections officer in Miami-Dade grad party shooting

MIAMI-DADE COUNTY, Fla. – Police are investigating a shooting that killed three after a graduation party in Southwest Miami-Dade early Sunday morning, NBC Miami reports. The shooting happened at a strip mall parking lot and left three people dead including a corrections officers, according to the Miami Dade Police Department. Police said the party took place in the parking lot when two cars, a dark colored Chevy Malibu and a white Toyota Camry, pulled in and started open firing. Our community was again painfully struck by gun violence overnight. No one is immune, this shooting took...

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Shooting investigation unfolds at Sarasota shopping center

SARASOTA, Fla. – Deputies are investigating a shooting that happened at a popular Sarasota shopping center around 7:30 p.m. Saturday. Witnesses said two cars were seen exchanging gunfire at the 200 block of Cattlemen Road in the University Town Center area, according to the Sarasota County Sheriff’s Office. Courtesy: Sarasota County Sheriff’s Office Deputies said no injuries or property damage was reported. Investigators said they believe two sedans were involved in the shooting and the investigation is ongoing. Authorities are asking anyone with information on the shooting...

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Florida Department of Health will no longer release daily COVID-19 data

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – The Florida Department of Health will no longer release daily COVID-19 data. State officials said Florida is transitioning into the next phase of the COVID-19 response. As more people get vaccinated and new case positivity rate decreases, FDOH has moved to a weekly reporting schedule for key COVID-19 data. More than 10.3 million Floridians have been vaccinated, which accounts for more than half of the state’s population, officials said. Eighty-five percent of Florida’s seniors have also been vaccinated. Health officials said Florida’s case positivity...

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Florida family finds 9-foot gator outside their home

HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, Fla. – A Florida family found a 9-foot gator near their sliding glass doors on Tuesday! The family in Plant City woke up around 2:45 a.m. to a knock on the sliding glass doors, according to the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office. When they flipped on their lights, they found the large alligator. Deputies responded to help the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission safely trap the gator. No one was injured. HCSO said the family’s home is near a retention pond. The post Florida family finds 9-foot gator outside their home appeared first on...

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Registration opens for 2021 Florida Python Challenge

MIAMI, Fla. – Registration for the 2021 Florida Python Challenge has opened, Governor Ron DeSantis announced. This year’s Florida Python Challenge will be held July 9-18. Registration is now open and the public can take the online training and then compete to remove invasive Burmese pythons, the governor said. Burmese pythons are not native to Florida and negatively impact native species. They are found primarily in and around the Everglades ecosystem in south Florida where they prey on birds, mammals, and other reptiles. A female Burmese python may lay 50 to 100 eggs at a...

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Florida kid who sent message in a bottle has been found

MARATHON, Fla. [WFLA] – A message in a bottle claiming to be sent from Myrtle Beach and dated back to 1987 was found on in Marathon, Florida on Monday. As it turns out, the message wasn’t from Myrtle Beach or from 1987, but was the project of a young prankster. The note was dated May 16, 1987 and said:  “Dear person who finds this I want you to try to return it to me my name is Zack Williams and if I’m dead by the time you try to return the just keep it I put it in the ocean at Myrtle Beach SC.” Christopher Nolan spotted the bottle in a Marathon canal. He thought it was litter...

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Orlando International Airport welcomes first transatlantic flight since pandemic

ORLANDO, Fla. (AP)– Florida’s busiest airport has started offering transatlantic flights again for the first time since the beginning of the pandemic. A flight from Frankfurt, Germany was set to land at the Orlando International Airport on Wednesday evening. The trip will mark a return to normal travel, officials said. “It is a milestone for us here at Orlando International Airport,” said Phil Brown, CEO of the Greater Orlando Aviation Authority. The post Orlando International Airport welcomes first transatlantic flight since pandemic appeared first on NBC2 News. NBC2 (WBBH-TV)

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