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Could this cold mean a night of falling iguanas in South Florida?

It’s going to be pretty cold by South Florida standards on Monday night heading into Tuesday morning, which means that some of us farther inland could wake up to a sprinkling of stiff and freaky looking iguanas.

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Florida State confirms addition of FIU transfer Devontay Taylor

Florida State football has officially added some veteran talent to its offensive line as Devontay Taylor’s transfer from FIU was confirmed.

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Second Chance: FIU program offers free tuition, housing to homeless students

(WSVN) – The high price of a college education is a challenge these days, especially for students who don’t even have a place to call…

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Second Chance: FIU program offers free tuition, housing to homeless students

(WSVN) – The high price of a college education is a challenge these days, especially for students who don’t even have a place to call…

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Virgin Trains OKs 3 new stations in South Florida, so when will it build stations here?

A blueprint for Virgin Trains USA stations on the Treasure Coast and Space Coast, and how much they could cost, may be coming into focus.
In the last

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The cost of paradise: We pay much more in taxes to live in South Florida

South Florida residents pay more than the statewide average in property taxes, city taxes and school district taxes, and city permits and fees, according to a new report by Florida TaxWatch.

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Deaths in South Florida: 12/22

See recent obituaries from around South Florida published in the Sun Sentinel.

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South Florida organizations help spread holiday cheer to families and students

LAUDERHILL, FLA. (WSVN) – South Floridians are spreading cheer during the holidays. ‘Tis the season to make others happy with selfless acts touching families across…

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Deaths in South Florida: 12/15

See recent obituaries from around South Florida published in the Sun Sentinel.

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