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The president went to the Wisconsin city where 29-year-old Jacob Blake, a Black man, was shot and seriously wounded by police and where two people were shot and killed in subsequent unrest. Published in NPR News
The state of Florida has severed ties with Quest diagnostics after the state received nearly 75,000 COVID-19 test results in one day. The Florida Department of Health says the bulk of the test results are more than two weeks old. Published in Central Florida News, Health
Potential Tropical Cyclone (PTC) Sixteen formed Tuesday morning in the Caribbean south of Jamaica. This system poses no risk to the United States, but could bring some impacts to Central America and the Yucatán in the coming days. Published in Central Florida News, Storms
In a new three-part special, NPR examines how George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and Ahmaud Arbery became part of a rallying cry that has led the U.S. to confront the racism of its past and present. Tune in to WMFE at noon Wednesdays, Sept. 2-16, for Summer of Racial Reckoning. Published in NPR News