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How a South Florida TV Host Helped Recover Iconic Ground Zero Flag

The commemorative events surrounding this weekend’s 9/11 anniversary marks the end of one mystery: locating the whereabouts of an iconic flag.

And a South Florida TV show host is at the center of that achievement. 592 more words

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Report: School Ignored Inappropriate Teacher Contact

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BOCA RATON (CBSMiami/AP) — A new school year is set to begin in most of South Florida on Monday.

A scathing report reveals administrators at a prep school in Palm Beach County failed to protect students from a teacher who had developed a pattern of having students over for secret sleepovers, private embraces and late-night excursions. 364 more words

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Applicants sought for vacancy on 4th District Court of Appeal

Four months after 4th District Court of Appeal Judge W. Matthew Stevenson announced his plans to retire effective May 30, Gov. Rick Scott has given the go-ahead to fill the post. 122 more words

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Memorial service planned for former appeals Judge Mark Polen

A memorial service has been scheduled for former 4th District Court of Appeal Judge Mark Polen, who died Tuesday after suffering a stroke earlier this month. 71 more words

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Ομοφυλόφιλος ο μακελάρης του Ορλάντο;

ΝΕΕΣ ΜΑΡΤΥΡΙΕΣ ΑΛΛΑΖΟΥΝ ΤΑ ΔΕΔΟΜΕΝΑ

Περισσότερο φως στις έρευνες για τα κίνητρα της σφαγής στο κέντρο διασκέδασης Pulse του Ορλάντο που σκόρπισε τον θάνατο και τον τρόμο ρίχνουν πληροφορίες σύμφωνα με τις οποίες ο Ομάρ Ματίν, ο δράστης του μακελειού, ήταν ομοφυλόφιλος, με αποτέλεσμα το σενάριο της τζιχαντιστικής επίθεσης να απομακρύνεται παρά την προσπάθεια του Ισλαμικού Κράτους να το «καπελώσει» 20 more words

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Letter: Conservative columnist lineup has strong left tilt

It seems there is some confusion when The Post tries to present opposing views between right and left. The left point of view is articulated very well, by strong proponents of the liberal view. 126 more words

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National Spelling Bee's First 1st Grade Contestant Can Out-Spell You [EXCLUSIVE AUDIO]

Erica Campbell & GRIFF discuss the Scripps National Spelling Bee that took place just last week. For the third year in a row, the Spelling Bee has seen a tie in its winners- Jairam Hathwar from Painted Post, New York and Nihar Janga from Austin, Texas. 185 more words

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