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Broward county pre-K students returning from Spring Break on Monday were treated to class on their teacher's front porch. Sheryl Muñoz set up her porch as a cozy learning spot for their first day of distance learning due to the coronavirus.
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Experts at the University of Florida’s Center for OCD, Anxiety & Related Disorders discuss how to know if you or a loved one are experiencing unhealthy levels of anxiety and offer tips to manage it.
The same way Spider Man has his web shooters and mechanical arms and Thor has his hammer and battle ax, University of West Florida student and self-taught costume builder Noah Wright has his EVA foam, a heat gun, an X-Acto Knife and a Dremel. Using those “weapons” of choice, along with some glue and paint, the 21-year-old has built some of the most intricate, realistic-looking superhero and pop culture costumes you’ll see outside of the dressing rooms of a big-budget Hollywood film studio.
A Florida man is being praised for his selfless actions after he donated nearly $1,000 to schools in Jupiter to help pay off the lunch debt.
This is the full interview between 10Investigates’ Jenna Bourne and Florida Education Commissioner Richard Corcoran. A 10Investigates report sparked statewide action days after it aired.