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Gov. DeSantis Asks President Trump To Make Florida The Headquarters for Space Force

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MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Florida Governor Ron DeSantis formally asked President Donald Trump to make Florida the headquarters for Space Force. … 193 more words


'Bachelor in Paradise' stars Grocery Store Joe & Kendall eat at iconic Commander's Palace

NEW ORLEANS–  “Bachelor in Paradise” fan favorites “Grocery Store Joe” and Kendall Long were visiting New Orleans and made a stop at the iconic restaurant Commander’s Palace. 168 more words


Work starts on Milton Road land

If  you have noticed machinery on the Milton Road land between the Henge Close estate and Ball-Colegrave, you are probably wondering what is happening.  This is the archaeological digging that is required by Cherwell District Council and Oxfordshire County Council as a condition for granting planning permission for the field to be used for sporting and community uses.  191 more words


Hemlock Springs All Natural Lip Balm (My favorite lip balm!)

Ever since I could remember, I’ve been such a chap stick hoarder. I use it every single day and I leave them all over the place…in my purse, in my jacket pockets, the car, the bathroom, the bedroom, my make up bags, and even in my husbands car. 397 more words

Houston Battle To Host The 2020 Democratic Convention

WASHINGTON (AP) — Officials in Houston, Miami and Milwaukee are scrambling to lure the Democratic National Convention in 2020, but each city has something left to prove. 89 more words


Florida To Ban Dumping Blood Off Beaches To Lure Sharks

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TALLAHASSEE (CBSMiami/AP) — Ocean waters surrounding Florida’s shores are about to get a bit cleaner and less gross.

Florida is preparing a new statewide ban on the practice by fishermen along the state’s iconic beaches of dumping bloody fish guts into the ocean to lure sharks closer to shore — and possibly closer to swimmers and waders. 779 more words


Movie Production Incentive Gets Support In State Senate

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TALLAHASSEE (CBSMiami/NSF) – Florida’s latest attempt to draw more film production to the Sunshine State started rolling Tuesday in the Senate. 564 more words