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South Florida Braces for Heavy Rains from Tropical WaveSouthern Florida is bracing for heavy rains from a tropical disturbance that could strengthen into a tropical storm.
Hurricane Gaston Weakens to Tropical Storm in the AtlanticHurricane Gaston has weakened to a tropical storm in the Atlantic.
Fiona is Holding as Tropical Depression in the AtlanticThe U.S. National Hurricane Center says Fiona is holding as a tropical depression in the Atlantic.
43 Killed by Mudslides in Mexico; New Storm Aims for BajaTropical Storm Javier pushed closer to the resort city of Cabo San Lucas on the tip of Mexico's Baja California Peninsula Monday, while the death toll from former Hurricane Earl rose to 43 in the country's eastern mountains.
Florida Project Breeds 'Finding Dory' Fish in CaptivityResearchers at the University of Florida say fish like the animated character Dory may become easier to find for home aquariums.
Route 66 Becoming Green with Charging Stations, Solar PanelsRoute 66, a highway made famous for attracting gas-guzzling Chevrolet Bel Airs traveling from Chicago to Los Angeles, is turning green.
California Pipeline Spills Thousands Of Gallons Of Crude OilThousands of gallons of crude oil spilled Thursday from a pipeline and flowed down a ravine in Southern California but did not reach the ocean, officials said.
Halo, Stranded Dolphin Rescued on Beach, Dies UnexpectedlyOfficials say a stranded dolphin that was rescued in Panama City Beach last year has died unexpectedly.
Woman, Girl Hospitalized Following Separate Shark AttacksOfficials say an 11-year-old girl and a 50-year-old woman have been taken to hospitals after they were bitten by sharks at separate locations in Florida.
New York State Senate to Review NYC's 5-Cent Plastic Bag FeeThe New York state Senate is looking into whether New York City's plan to impose a fee on plastic bags will be a burden on consumers.
Ex-Missile Site Now part of Wildlife Refuge Opens to PublicA portion of the Detroit River International Wildlife Refuge that once was home to anti-aircraft missiles is now open for visitors.
Sparkler Effect for Photo Sparked Everglades Landmark BlazeOfficials say a photo shoot sparked a fire that destroyed a historical landmark along the Tamiami Trail through Florida's Everglades.

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