Bond set at $40,000 for Palm Beach County deputy following incident in West Palm Beach

A Palm Beach County deputy appeared in court Friday morning after he was arrested following an incident in downtown West Palm Beach over the weekend.
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Johnson & Johnson recalls baby powder for asbestos contamination

The asbestos was found in a single bottle purchased from an online retailer, a press release from the company said.

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Bond set at $40,000 for Palm Beach County deputy following incident in West Palm Beach

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St. Lucie County Schools awarded $1.6 million grant for mental health

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Clothing co. gets attention with Times Square billboard of hog-tied Trump

The billboard featuring a model binding a Trump look-alike with red, white and blue rope while stomping on his face, was put up as part of an advertising campaign by Dhvani, a Portland-based clothing company.

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Palm Beach County student battling cancer surprises classmates with visit

46 pounds pounds of cocaine found hidden in shipment of oranges at Port Everglades

Confirmed case of bacterial meningitis at Palm Beach State College’s Lake Worth campus

Mental health program helps veterans

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  Family fights to keep flagpole in yard to honor late son

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