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Two more possible non-travel-related cases of Zika virus are being investigated in South Florida, the Florida Department of Health confirmed Wednesday. Published in Central Florida News, Health, Health WMFE
Florida's military installations face more flooding and hurricane damage as the seas rise.
That's the finding of a new study out Wednesday analyzing the risks at 18 military installations on the Atlantic and Gulf coasts of the United States. Published in Central Florida News, Environment
Toxins have been detected in the air at four Treasure Coast sites where a toxic algae bloom has accumulated in high densities.
A contractor for Martin County tested sites for toxins in the air and water and also for hydrogen sulfide. Published in Central Florida News, Environment
New body camera footage shows the chaos and devastation first responders faced when responding to the Pulse nightclub shooting. After witnessing such an event, how do police cope with the stress, horror and chaos? Plus a visit to the “Bug Closet,” a collection of more than a half-a-million creepy crawlers at UCF. And how one local baker turned her mother’s recipes into a thriving business - one slice of coconut cake at a time. Published in Central Florida News, Intersection