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Fla orders drop in workers' comp rates

Florida regulators are approving a drop in workers' compensation insurance rates.

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Police: Body found in downtown dirt lot

Police say a man's body was found in a downtown Jacksonville parking lot Saturday afternoon.

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Man killed in hit-and-run on I95

A driver was killed Saturday morning in a hit and run crash in St. Johns County, according to the Florida Highway Patrol.

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Man ambushes deputy responding to call

A sheriff's deputy in Leon County was shot and killed while responding to a call. The suspect was shot and killed by another officer.

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Seminole helmet decals honor victims

Florida State players wore special ribbon decals on their helmets when they hosted Boston College. The ribbons are part of the university's #FSUnited campaign to honor the victims of this week's shooting.

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Fire at Raceway station in Arlington

Fire contained to the inside of store.

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Gunman sent 10 packages before shooting

The man identified as the gunman who wounded three people at a Florida State University library early Thursday morning mailed 10 packages before the shooting, the U.S. Postal Inspection Service says. A few of those were intercepted and turned over…

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Principal sure single-gender schools help

Once on a state list for possible closure, Franklin Boys Preparatory Academy can now be mistaken for a pricey prep school. The school's principal gives all the credit to his teachers, and to the Hillsborough County School District for taking a…

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FSU victims identified; campus healing

Tallahassee police have released the names of the three victims of Thursday morning's shootings inside the library at Florida State University, as the campus community attempts to regain a sense of normalcy.

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1st packages sent by FSU shooter arrive

The first two of what's believed to be several packages mailed by the gunman who shot three people in the lobby of Florida State University's Strozier Library early Thursday morning were delivered on Friday.

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Executive order a relief to local families

President Obama's plan to ease the threat of deportation for nearly 4.4 million undocumented immigrants means one local mother of three no longer feels she has to be on the run.

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