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3 teens overdose at Sewell Park in Miami

Police are investigating after three teenagers overdosed on some kind of drug at a Miami park Thursday morning.

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Crist leads Scott in new Quinnipiac poll

A new Quinnipiac University new poll shows Crist has the lead in the race for Florida governor.

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Politicians live it up and have lobbyists pay

On any given weekend, lobbyists in Washington head for the airport to jet off to luxurious locations across the country.

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Bondi breaks silence on gay-marriage ban

The battle over Florida's gay-marriage ban is still working its way through the courts and late Tuesday Attorney General Pam Bondi was in South Florida, making it clear she wants the state Supreme Court to decide and decide quickly.

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Change in early voting hours in Miami-Dade Co.

The hours when Miami-Dade County residents can vote early have changed for the final week of elections. 

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Gov. Rick Scott, Charlie Crist campaign in South Florida

With just 11 days before the election, Gov. Rick Scott and former Gov. Charlie Crist are making the rounds across South Florida, attempting to rev up support for their very close campaigns.

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Immigrant groups encourage minorities to vote

Some door knockers may not be eligible to vote themselves, but that hasn't stopped them from trying to persuade thousands of others to head to the polls.

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South Miami passes resolution calling for 51st state

One South Florida city wants to see the region become its own state.

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Poll: Scott, Crist tied with 2 weeks until election

The race between Republican Gov. Rick Scott and Republican-turned-Democrat former Gov. Charlie Crist is a dead heat with two weeks left.

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Crist-Scott debate: No fan, plenty of heat

Florida's leading candidates for governor clashed fiercely during their final debate Tuesday night, sniping at each over everything from the economy and the minimum wage to the death penalty.

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Profiles of Florida's constitutional amendments

Florida voters will be asked to decide on three state constitutional amendments on the Nov. 4 ballot.

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