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COVID cases have surged in Florida in the past few weeks amid a plateau of vaccination rates and the spread of the Delta variant.
By a margin of nearly 90 percent, Orange County voters approved a charter amendment last November aimed at protecting the “rights of nature.” Now, backers are taking the issue statewide by pushing five amendments to the Florida constitution. WMFE environmental reporter Amy Green talked about the effort with Chuck O’Neal, chairman of the Florida Rights of Nature Network.
Fully vaccinated Olympic athletes and members of Congress have tested positive for the virus. Should you be worried? How common are breakthrough infections, and are they rising?
The state of Florida will receive more than 1.3 billion dollars as part of a 26-billion-dollar national opioid settlement between three pharmaceutical distributors and one manufacturer.
A slow-moving storm system over the Tennessee Valley is forecast to slide into the Southeast Friday.
When it comes to repairing an iPhone, people don’t have many options beyond the manufacturer. The same is true for other chip-run devices. A new executive order seeks to expand consumers’ choices.
Steven Currall said he is retiring as USF president to “preserve” his health and to spend more time with family.