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Survivors of Florida school massacre rally for gun ban in state capital

Feb 21 2018

TALLAHASSEE/PARKLAND, Fla. Student activists from the Florida high school where 17 teens and staff were shot and killed began a march to the state capital of Tallahassee on Wednesday, where they were to meet with lawmakers to call for a ban on assault-style weapons. | Video

Survivors of Florida school shooting launch gun control push

Feb 21 2018

PARKLAND/TALLAHASSEE, Fla. Dozens of students and parents from the Florida high school where 17 teens and staff members were slain last week in a shooting rampage arrived in the state capital of Tallahassee on Tuesday to lobby for a ban on assault-style rifles. | Video

More than 50 arrested for looting in Miami during Irma: police

Sep 13 2017

MIAMI Miami area police arrested more than 50 suspected looters during Hurricane Irma, including 26 people who were accused of breaking into a single Wal-Mart (WMT.N> store, authorities said on Tuesday.

Irma's winds buckle three giant cranes in South Florida

Sep 11 2017

MIAMI Cranes at three South Florida high rises under construction collapsed in the face of heavy winds as Hurricane Irma ripped through the area on Sunday, days after authorities warned about dangers to cranes from the approaching storm.

Irma's winds buckle three giant cranes in South Florida

Sep 10 2017

MIAMI Cranes at three South Florida high rises under construction collapsed in the face of heavy winds as Hurricane Irma ripped through the area on Sunday, days after authorities warned about dangers to cranes from the approaching storm.

Irma's winds buckle three giant cranes in South Florida

Sep 10 2017

MIAMI Cranes at three South Florida high rises under construction collapsed in the face of heavy winds as Hurricane Irma ripped through the area on Sunday, days after authorities warned about dangers to cranes from the approaching storm.

Irma's winds buckle two giant cranes in Miami

Sep 10 2017

MIAMI, Sept 10 Cranes atop two downtown Miami high rises under construction collapsed in the face of 100-mph (160-kph) winds as Hurricane Irma ripped through the Florida city on Sunday, days after authorities warned about dangers that the approaching storm.

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