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Florida indoor Vaping ban moves forward


Coast Guard searching for two men on overdue vessel in Mobile Bay


FWC announces derelict vessel removal grant opportunity


Baby born after Hurricane Michael starts life in Walmart parking lot


IRONMAN Florida relocates in aftermath of Hurricane Michael


Pensacola child killed as Tropical Storm Gordon makes landfall


Oil refineries preparing for Gordon, gas prices could go up


Baby sea turtles released after thrown in trash can


Dead whale shark washes ashore in southwest Florida


Northwest Florida C.A.R.T. officially certified by the Justice Department


Search for Central Florida teen after possible gator attack


WCSO officially certified in child abduction response


Triggerfish season opens March 1 with some changes


Parkland native, Kayla Gaskins, returns home to share the shooting victims' stories


Two pipe bombs explode in Florida mall


FSU student committee works to remove statue of school's founder


Nearly 77 million acres for lease sale in Gulf of Mexico


Missing children found safe in Panama City


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NBC News Headlines

Black Hawk helicopter missing after takeoff in Minnesota

The Minnesota National Guard confirmed to NBC News it lost contact with the Black Hawk, carrying three Guardsmen, at around 2 p.m. CST.

Announcer suspended after remark about Raven's QB's 'dark skin'

“He’s really good at that fake ... but when you consider his dark skin color with a dark football with a dark uniform, you could not see that thing,” Tim Ryan said.

House Democrats slam HUD for 'illegally withholding' Puerto Rico hurricane aid

Lawmakers say HUD is breaking the law by missing a congressionally mandated deadline to make $10.2B available in hurricane aid to the island.

Her car plunged into a giant sinkhole. Los Angeles is paying her $4 million.

After her car tipped into the sinkhole, Stephanie Scott was standing on the roof of the vehicle, about 10 feet below ground, screaming for help.

Blind Tennessee inmate on death row for setting woman on fire chooses electric chair

Thursday's scheduled execution is expected to be only the second execution of a blind prisoner in the U.S. since the reinstatement of the death penalty in 1976.