Flesh-eating bacteria cases continue to grow along Florida's Gulf beaches
She could feel the effects of the infection setting in minutes after entering the water.
By Xander Peters
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Florida's new anti-sanctuary cities law goes into effect today
Local governments will now be required to "use their best efforts to support the enforcement of federal immigration law."
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A driverless 18-wheeler was tested on the Florida Turnpike, and now it begins
The future is here, and if you're a truck driver it's coming for your job.
12-year-old girl contracts flesh-eating bacteria while visiting Florida beach
In 2008, there were 16 confirmed cases of the infection, resulting in six fatalities.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis signs legislation authorizing vital needle exchange programs
Florida is now one of only 22 jurisdictions nationwide that have legally authorized syringe exchange programs.
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