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Florida elections have been plagued with drama for decades, before and after the hanging chads in 2000. But last year’s presidential election didn’t have recount issues, claims of election fraud, or even court battles here in Florida.
Days into stone crab season, seafood markets, wholesalers and restaurants are reeling from record-high prices and disappointing landings for Florida’s sweet delicacy of the sea.
South Florida’s Brightline express train is returning to regular service Monday, Nov. 8, after the coronavirus pandemic shut down operations for well over a year.
With the return of international travel for vaccinated non-US citizens nationwide, Miami International Airport expects a spike in overall passengers following a steady increase in air traffic since the lowest numbers of the pandemic.
Cargo ships keep backing up at major ports in cities like Los Angeles and Savannah, Ga., leading to supply chain logjams that have kept prices up and retail shelves empty.
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