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Thursday, 18 June 2020
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Florida high school sports approved to return this fallCoaches will have to make a "COVID waiver form" available to schools.
2/15: Michael Dunn jury reaches verdict; Boston area to get up to 18 inches of snowA Florida jury reached a verdict on 4 of the 5 counts against Michael Dunn; and, A winter storm that's affecting the Northeast is expected to deliver up to 18..
Florida High School Athletic Association votes to start sports on August 24
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Florida Education Commissioner, teachers weigh in on reopening schools
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I-Team finds Florida businesses receiving multiple state and federal loans, while others wait for assistance
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FAA offers "road map" for drone use in U.S.The Federal Aviation Administration is offering what it calls a "road map" for businesses and governments to utilize the use of drones. Ben Tracy reports.
A year after she died in a plane crash, New Orleans reporter Nancy Parker's husband sues FAA for $23MNancy Parker's husband Glen Boyd has filed a $23 million lawsuit against the FAA, saying it knew plane in crash had a substandard maintenance record.
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