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August 21, 2017

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Friday's Afternoon Update

Afternoon Update: State releases latest employment figures read more >

Friday's Daily Pulse

Daily Pulse: Tropics come alive and hurricane season hasn't even hit its peak read more >

Thursday's Afternoon Update

Afternoon Update: Florida flood risk study identifies priorities for property buyouts read more >

Florida universities are hiring hundreds of new faculty in push for smaller classes, more prestige

A weekly alert that contains in-depth news, information, insight and analysis on the most critical education related issues and topics facing Florida. read more >

Thursday's Daily Pulse

Daily Pulse: 25 things to remember on the 25th anniversary of Hurricane Andrew read more >

Wednesday's Afternoon Update

Afternoon Update: Bayer joins battle against citrus greening disease read more >

Tuesday's Afternoon Update

Afternoon Update: A record 60 million tourists have visited Florida so far in 2017 read more >

In Florida, Medicaid is a matter of life and death

A weekly alert that contains in-depth news, information, insight and analysis on the most critical health care related issues and topics facing Florida. read more >

Tuesday's Daily Pulse

Daily Pulse: Push made to get more Floridians college education read more >

Monday's Afternoon Update

Afternoon Update: U.S. solar industry fights threat of new import tariffs read more >

Monday's Daily Pulse

Daily Pulse: Gov. Scott wants tax measure on next year's ballot read more >

Friday's Afternoon Update

Afternoon Update: South Florida wages are rising fast. But is the region better off? read more >

Friday's Daily Pulse

Daily Pulse: Florida housing market shows steady improvements read more >

Thursday's Afternoon Update

Afternoon Update: As Hurricane Andrew memories fade, Florida weakens building codes read more >

More Florida school districts join suit over controversial state education law

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Thursday's Daily Pulse

Daily Pulse: The sea level did, in fact, rise faster in the southeast U.S. read more >

Wednesday's Afternoon Update

Afternoon Update: Army Corps weighs in on Florida-Georgia water war read more >

Wednesday's Daily Pulse

Daily Pulse: Florida faces $20 million cut to services to combat opioid crisis read more >

Tuesday's Afternoon Update

Afternoon Update: SeaWorld's woes deepen as travelers seek alternati read more >

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How much of the solar eclipse will we see in Florida?
How much of the solar eclipse will we see in Florida?

Even if those in Florida can't travel north, the state should still see a fair amount of the 2017 solar eclipse.

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