Trump signs law giving back pay to federal workers

President Donald Trump signed a law on Wednesday guaranteeing back pay to federal employees who have been furloughed or working without pay during the partial government shutdown.

Florida to consider statewide driver’s license, insurance, registration database

Florida could soon join a growing list of states that have a state-run database to store important information like your driver’s license and proof of insurance, to be used not to replace the physical copies, but allow for a suitable backup and an extra tool for law enforcement.
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Moon river: Giant ice disk spins in Maine

The ice disk is about 100 yards across and looks a bit like a full moon.

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Florida to consider statewide driver’s license, insurance, registration database

Wellington dad tackles man accused of peeping into daughter’s window

Driver escapes seconds before train crashes into car

Because of government shutdown, man who wants to start new job is stuck in IRS limbo

Wawa stores holding job fairs across Florida Wednesday

Wawa stores across Florida are holding job fairs.
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  Trump signs law giving back pay to federal workers

President Donald Trump signed a law on Wednesday guaranteeing back pay to federal employees who have been furloughed or working without pay during the partial government shutdown.

  Attorney general nominee Barr seeks to assure senators he won’t be a Trump loyalist

After a young man, 23, died in a car accident, his kidney donation saved his father’s life

Woman fights ticket for honking at officer

6 men lured teen boy and held him as sex slave for a year, Florida authorities charge

New cancer-fighting machine being installed at Delray Medical Center

Trump’s AG nominee Barr backs Mueller probe, supports border ‘barrier’

School security, social media threats take center stage in interview with Police Chief

Gymboree preparing to file for bankruptcy and close all its stores

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  ‘A blizzard of prescriptions’: Lawsuit alleges OxyContin maker knowingly created ‘manmade disaster’ of opioid abuse

A member of the family that owns Purdue Pharma told people at the OxyContin launch party that it would be “followed by a blizzard of prescriptions that will bury the competition,” according to court documents.

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Sooners QB, A’s pick Kyler Murray declares for NFL draft

Gurley, Rams run through Cowboys, advance with 30-22 victory

Next weekend, the Los Angeles Rams will face the winner of the other divisional playoff game in New Orleans between the top-seeded Saints and the defending Super Bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles.

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Mass overdose possibly fueled by fentanyl kills 1, sickens about a dozen

Facility where vegetative woman gave birth launches internal review

Democrats consider subpoena for interpreter of Trump-Putin meeting

  Judge orders Trump administration to remove citizenship question from 2020 census

The administration is expected to quickly file an appeal.
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  ‘To Catch a Predator’ host Chris Hansen arrested, charged with bouncing checks

Hansen was charged this week with issuing a bad check. He was released after signing a promise to appear in court.

3 deputies shot while serving warrant in TX

Netflix to raise prices on all its subscription plans

Two competing businesses ushering in a new trend in golfing in West Palm Beach

West Palm Beach police sergeant suspended for two weeks following sexual harassment investigation