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Bottle containing man's ashes continues journey across Gulf of Mexico

CBS News Monday, 9 September 2019
A beachgoer found the bottle with Brian Mullins' ashes and handwritten notes near Miramar Beach in Florida and handed it over to authorities last week
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Storm Cristobal makes landfall in Louisiana [Video]

Storm Cristobal makes landfall in Louisiana

Tropical Storm Cristobal brought heavy rains to the Southeastern United States over the weekend before making landfall in Louisiana late on Sunday. Gloria Tso reports.

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Dolphins In The Louisiana Bayou Keep Dying [Video]

Dolphins In The Louisiana Bayou Keep Dying

Barataria Bay is a marshy jewel in the heart of the vast Louisiana bayou. Its unparalleled natural ecosystem was once a hideout for smugglers and malcontents like Jean Lafitte, who ruled the labyrinth of marshlands and estuaries. By the early 20th century, oil and gas had taken over the marshlands, and levees reined in the mighty Mississippi River and redirected it toward the Gulf of Mexico.

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Warm Oceans, Calm Breezes Add Up To An Early Hurricane Season [Video]

Warm Oceans, Calm Breezes Add Up To An Early Hurricane Season

The Atlantic hurricane officially began on Monday, and the very next day, Tropical Storm Cristobal spun up in the Gulf of Mexico. Forecasts called for this to be a busy season, and according to Gizmodo Earther, it’s clearly off to a roaring start. Warm ocean waters and low wind make an atmosphere ripe for storms. While the quick start doesn’t guarantee the rapid pace of storms will continue, it’s nevertheless a worrying sign in a world full of stress.

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Brain-Eating Amoeba Shows Up In Florida [Video]

Brain-Eating Amoeba Shows Up In Florida

A microscopic, single-celled amoeba that can destroy the brain of its victims has reared its ugly head in Florida. According to CNN, a Florida Department of Health on Friday announced the confirmed case of Naegleria fowleri. The DOH official said infections from Naegleria fowleri are usually fatal. In the US, there have been 143 known cases. Only four have survived. Naegleria fowleri is typically found in warm freshwater like lakes, rivers and ponds. It enters the body through the nasal passages. Also, victims may possibly be exposed to the amoeba through a neti pot when rinsing congested sinuses.

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Florida COVID-19 cases spike to new daily record [Video]

Florida COVID-19 cases spike to new daily record

[NFA] Florida's confirmed coronavirus cases rose by a record 11,458 on Saturday, the state's health department said, the second time in three days that its caseload increased by more than 10,000. Jillian Kitchener has more.

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Florida boaters head out to celebrate 4th of July

The of Fourth of July restrictions didn't stop boaters from heading out in Palm Beach County, Florida. (July 4)
 

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Florida’s Miami-Dade County Enforcing Curfew [Video]

Florida’s Miami-Dade County Enforcing Curfew

Florida’s Miami-Dade County Enforcing Curfew

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Florida boaters head out for the holiday weekend

The U.S. is headed into the Fourth of July weekend with many parades and fireworks displays canceled and several other restrictions, but it hasn't stopped..
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