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NBC's Today Show meteorologist Al Roker visited Panama City to honor First Responders


AP: Hold the Mayo! Florida town is changing its name temporarily


Measles reported in Florida


Local man dies while snorkeling


Canadian police say at least 4 dead in shooting


Judge removes proposed dog racing amendement from November ballot


Lawsuit filed in fatal duck boat sinking seeks $100 million


AP: Florida police officer dies a week after being shot


AP: No dogs in grocery carts, including service pets, in Publix


Judge rules college campuses can be early voting sites


AP: Man driving tractor leads Denver police on slow-speed chase


Felon voting rights requests put on hold by Florida


Florida one step closer to staying on Daylight Saving Time year round


Georgia adoption agencies could reject same-sex couples under bill


Federal judge rules Florida's ban on ex-felons voting is unconstitutional


Five years after Midland City Crisis bus driver remembered as hero


Bullied Florida students could attend private schools with taxpayer money


Restoring most felons' voting rights could be on November's ballot


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Thousands still without power after deadly winter storm hits Southeast

At least three people were killed in North Carolina, the worst-hit state in the weekend's snow storm.

Faith leaders: Migrants have international right to U.S. asylum

"Our sacred texts tell us to tear down walls, to welcome the immigrant and to treat everyone as if they are God's children,” said a religious leader.

Indiana football player suspected of murdering pregnant cheerleader

Breana Rouhselang's body was pulled from a dumpster behind a restaurant.

Nebraska man who served time for killing wife, admits to killing parents, niece

Police say a 6-year-old niece hid under a couch and was able to identify John Dalton Jr. as the shooter.

Transgender fighter wins in historic pro debut

"I'm not in here just for one show, for one fight," boxer Patricio Manuel said. "This is something I love. I'm not done with this sport. I'll be back."