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Florida families still rebuilding after Hurricane Ian can look forward to another boost of support from the state. The money is intended to help impacted Floridians who may not be eligible for FEMA's Direct Temporary Housing Assistance program.
Nearly 40 college and university presidents from across the state of Florida will all gather in one room Wednesday — hosted by Tallahassee Community College — for a meeting behind closed doors.
Gas prices across Florida have dipped to their lowest levels since Gov. Ron DeSantis instituted a gas tax break for the month of October, with some locations seeing prices below $3 a gallon.
NASA is set to bring the Orion spacecraft back around the moon today for its slingshot maneuver to send it back to Earth and complete the Artemis I mission.
Tin City’s manager and tenants look to reopen the tourist attraction and shopping destination in mid-December after massive overhaul was brought on by flooding from Hurricane Ian.
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