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Yesterday β€” October 19th 2018Your RSS feeds

Where’d You Hear That? A Rumor Mill Churns Amid Hurricane Michael’s Rubble

By ALAN BLINDER

Bed bugs have infested a shelter. FEMA is distributing free cash. Rumors like these have swept the Florida Panhandle since the hurricane. It’s like a game of telephone.

How Is Chubbs the Alligator These Days? Glad You Asked

By MELISSA GOMEZ

A longtime fixture at Buffalo Creek Golf Course in Palmetto, Fla., the reptile drew worldwide attention this week after another video of him there went viral.

U.C.F. Is the Best College Football Team in Florida. So, Where’s the Respect?

By MARC TRACY

The College Football Playoff Committee snubbed the undefeated Knights last year. Central Florida still hasn’t lost. The next dynasty?

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Hurricane Michael Ravaged the Florida Panhandle. Will Residents Be Able to Vote?

By LIAM STACK

More than 200,000 voters live in counties devastated by the storm. Officials are working to ensure they can vote in November, but damaged buildings and widespread power outages make that an uphill battle.

Florida Dem candidate under fire for event inviting rep who praised Castro

By Kaitlyn Schallhorn

Florida Democratic House candidate Donna Shalala is taking heat after a congresswoman who praised the late Cuban dictator Fidel Castro was seemingly invited to campaign with her.

Florida Dem candidate under fire for event inviting rep who praised Castro

By Kaitlyn Schallhorn

Florida Democratic House candidate Donna Shalala is taking heat after a congresswoman who praised the late Cuban dictator Fidel Castro was seemingly invited to campaign with her.

Woman suffocates mother, sets her on fire after argument, police say

By Lucia Suarez Sang

A Florida woman allegedly angry with her mother when into her bedroom, placed a bag over her head before watching her boyfriend and his brother light the body on fire, police said.

Hurricane Michael Ravaged the Florida Panhandle. Will Residents Be Able to Vote?

By LIAM STACK

More than 200,000 voters live in counties devastated by the storm. Officials are working to ensure they can vote in November, but damaged buildings and widespread power outages make that an uphill battle.

Florida man shot outside bar after rejecting shot inside bar, officials say

By Lucia Suarez Sang

A Florida man who rejected a free shot at a bar was instead shot at outside the bar, in a startling incident caught by surveillance cameras.

Andrew Gillum, a Florida Insider Running as a Progressive Outsider

By MATT FLEGENHEIMER and PATRICIA MAZZEI

Mr. Gillum, the Democratic nominee for governor, supports higher corporate taxes and Medicare for all. He also has a lobbyist as a top adviser and, as mayor of Tallahassee, was on the payroll of a consultant.

Exposed by Michael: Climate Threat to Warplanes at Coastal Bases

By DAVE PHILIPPS

The devastation of Tyndall Air Force Base, where 17 grounded F-22 stealth fighters were damaged in the storm, points to American air power’s vulnerability in major hurricanes.

Florida police recover stolen Krispy Kreme van, receive β€˜delicious’ reward

By Kaitlyn Schallhorn

After Clearwater Police officers discovered an abandoned, stolen Krispy Kreme delivery van, they were rewarded with a “veritable cornucopia of doughnut delights.”

To Avoid Conflicts, Rick Scott Created a Trust Blind in Name Only

By KEVIN SACK and PATRICIA MAZZEI

The Florida governor and Senate candidate could become the richest member of the next Congress. He’d bring with him a tangle of investments that could benefit from his policies.

Florida barber arrested in sex sting claims he just wanted 'to see sting in action’: cops

By Stephen Sorace

A Florida barber who claimed he just wanted to see an undercover sex sting in action was among seven men arrested last week after they showed up to have sex with who they thought was a child.

β€˜No Word From My Son’: Dozens Still Missing as Hurricane Michael Death Toll Rises

By ALAN BLINDER

The death toll from the storm rose to an estimated 29 on Tuesday, including at least 15 in Bay County, Fla. Many believe the toll will rise as the search for the missing goes on.

Florida Child Dies From Flu, the First Young Death Reported in the U.S. This Season

By MATTHEW HAAG

A child who had not gotten the flu shot tested positive for influenza B, state health officials said. The flu season has just begun, and flu activity remains low across the country.

Florida Child Dies From Flu, the First Young Death Reported in the U.S. This Season

By MATTHEW HAAG

A child who had not gotten the flu shot tested positive for influenza B, state health officials said. The flu season has just begun, and flu activity remains low across the country.

Why Hurricane Michael’s Power Caught Forecasters Off Guard

By JOHN SCHWARTZ

Predicting the storm’s path was straightforward, but a number of factors contributed to its sudden intensification.

The Hurricanes, and Climate-Change Questions, Keep Coming. Yes, They’re Linked.

By HENRY FOUNTAIN

Scientists say the links between global warming and hurricanes are real, although it’s still too early to say what the climate-change impact has been on Hurricane Michael.

Hurricane Michael: How to Prepare and Stay Safe

By LIVIA ALBECK-RIPKA and JOHN SCHWARTZ

Officials said it was too late for Florida Panhandle residents to evacuate their homes and advised them to shelter in place. Here are some tips if you’re in the path of the storm.

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