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Fact or Fiction: Could Medical Marijuana Positively Impact Florida's Communities?

This year, one of the most controversial and hotly contested races in Florida doesn’t involve politicians. It’s about people and whether they have the right...

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  • Oct 9, 2016

After Hurricane Matthew Damage, These Things Can Help Your Insurance Claim

It’s the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew, now downgraded from a hurricane as it leaves North Carolina. Matthew, the second major hurricane in the Atlantic Basin...

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  • Oct 8, 2016

Hurricane Matthew's Coming to Daytona: Did You Remember to Do These Things?

Hurricane Matthew is set to wreak havoc on Florida’s Atlantic coast later today, Oct. 6, and early tomorrow, Oct. 7. It’s moving apace as a...

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  • daytona-beach
  • Oct 7, 2016

Hurricane Matthew Heading for Chatham County: Here Are Helpful Tips

There is a mandatory evacuation order in place for all of Chatham County as Hurricane Matthew makes its way to the eastern seaboard. The hurricane...

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  • savannah
  • Oct 7, 2016

As Hurricane Matthew Leaves, Your Safety Depends on You NOT Doing Certain Things

We hear a lot about people dying during a hurricane, but the conditions after a storm — such as downed electrical poles, floodwaters, and unstable...

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  • Oct 7, 2016

Hurricane Matthew Checklist for Melbourne: How to Prepare for Landfall Tonight

Hurricane Matthew, the second major hurricane in the Atlantic Basin this year, is expected to make landfall in Brevard County between late night on Thursday,...

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  • melbourne
  • Oct 6, 2016

Hurricane Matthew Checklist: How to Prepare for Landfall

As Hurricane Matthew has made its way though the Caribbean, leaving a devastated Haiti in its wake, its poised to brush along Florida’s Atlantic coast...

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  • Oct 5, 2016

Despite Fears Following New Takata Airbag Lawsuit, You Shouldn’t Deactivate Your Airbags

Her airbag went off “like a grenade.” It left her injured and confused why a safety device put her in more harm, but she’s doing...

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  • Oct 4, 2016

The Flash Flood Safety Tips Orlando Drivers Need to Know Before Hurricane Matthew

A flash flood surprised drivers in Orange County on Saturday night, leaving some motorists stranded in the dangerously rising waters. Thanks to the bravery of...

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  • orlando
  • Oct 3, 2016

Atlanta Building Facade Injures Woman, Shows Importance of Construction Site Safety

Recently on Bishop Street in northwest Atlanta, a woman was injured after part of a building facade collapsed on her during construction. She stepped out...

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  • atlanta
  • Oct 3, 2016

Football Named a Leading Cause of Concussions in Young Athletes

High school football season is underway, and with it comes the potential for injury that worries every parent: concussions in their young athletes. Parents are...

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  • Sep 30, 2016

People Want River Road Fixed, but Can Sarasota County Make a Redesign Happen?

Relief may be on the way for Sarasotans who are sick and tired of suffering the travails of River Road. With the next legislative session...

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  • sarasota
  • Sep 28, 2016

TECO Moves Beyond Tourism: Could it Make Rush-Hour Easier to Manage?

Thanks to the Hillsborough Area Regional Transit Authority’s newly launched six-month pilot program, the TECO streetcar will now run from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m....

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  • tampa
  • Sep 28, 2016

Government Report: Could Data Show that Takata Airbags Injure Drivers Without Them Realizing It?

What if you get into a car accident and it’s the airbag — and not the crash — that cuts you? That could be the...

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  • Sep 28, 2016

Nine Mile Road Project: Staying Safe During Nighttime Construction

The Florida Department of Transportation began work this month on a two-year long, $46 million project that will widen the stretch of Nine Mile Road...

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  • pensacola
  • Sep 28, 2016