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Parkland’s Day of Remembrance: Moments of Silence, Reflection and Grief

By PATRICIA MAZZEI

On a day nobody wanted to remember — or forget — Parkland students were observing a day of mourning for the 17 lives lost a year ago.

36 Hours: 36 Hours in Miami and Miami Beach

By BRETT SOKOL

From South Beach to Little Haiti and beyond, the metropolitan Miami area has plenty to offer everyone from beachgoers and music lovers to gallery hoppers and foodies.

F.B.I. Learned of Gunman’s Hatred of Women Months Before Attack at Yoga Studio

By EMILY S. RUEB

According to the police, the bureau had received a tip about Scott P. Beierle, who killed two women and himself in the attack, but there was not enough information to act on.

Parkland: A Year After the School Shooting That Was Supposed to Change Everything

By PATRICIA MAZZEI and EVE EDELHEIT

Those at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School knew their lives would be transformed by the massacre. Many had no idea of the many ways that would happen.

Like a Boss: Nina Compton’s Work Diary: β€˜You Cannot Show Any Sign of Fear’

By BURT HELM

Named the best chef in the South, she runs two acclaimed New Orleans restaurants — 140 pounds of pasta at a time.

Death Penalty Sought for Man Charged With Killing 5 in a Florida Bank Shooting

By CHRISTINE HAUSER

Zephen Xaver, 21, was charged last month with five counts of first-degree murder. A customer and four bank employees were killed in the shooting in Sebring, Fla.

Key West Bans Sunscreen Containing Chemicals Believed to Harm Coral Reefs

By KAREN ZRAICK

The law’s supporters see it as a crucial step toward protecting the city’s reefs, which draw visitors from around the globe.

Key West Bans Sunscreen Containing Chemicals Believed to Harm Coral Reefs

By KAREN ZRAICK

The law’s supporters see it as a crucial step toward protecting the city’s reefs, which draw visitors from around the globe.

Key West Bans Sunscreen Containing Chemicals Believed to Harm Coral Reefs

By KAREN ZRAICK

The law’s supporters see it as a crucial step toward protecting the city’s reefs, which draw visitors from around the globe.

T.S.A. Agent at Orlando Airport Jumps to His Death From Hotel Balcony

By JEFFERY C. MAYS

The terminal was evacuated after the unidentified man jumped, causing passengers to flee unscreened into restricted areas.

Trump Returns This Weekend to Mar-a-Lago, His Gilded Comfort Zone

By KATIE ROGERS and ANNIE KARNI

In his Palm Beach cocoon, President Trump is in his most comfortable mode, friends and allies say: playing the host in front of an adoring crowd.

Florida Bank Shooting: Victims Are Identified as Details of 5 Killings Emerge

By LIAM STACK, MATTHEW HAAG and EMILY S. RUEB

The authorities are still trying to learn the motive behind the attack at a bank branch in Sebring, Fla. “We believe it was a random act,’’ a police official said.

Florida Bank Shooting: Man Held in Killings Tells Police, β€˜I Have Shot 5 People’

By LIAM STACK and JACEY FORTIN

The attacker surrendered after a SWAT team entered a SunTrust branch in Sebring, Fla., about 80 miles south of Orlando.

3 Newborn Endangered Right Whales Seen After Year With No Births

By KAREN WEINTRAUB

The sighting this winter of newborn whales off the coasts of Florida and Georgia is being greeted with mild optimism, as the North Atlantic population has dwindled.

3 Newborn Endangered Right Whales Seen After Year With No Births

By KAREN WEINTRAUB

The sighting this winter of newborn whales off the coasts of Florida and Georgia is being greeted with mild optimism, as the North Atlantic population has dwindled.

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