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Let it rain traditional country with Hoyt Hughes Special

In early October, this emerging country singer, songwriter and guitarist released "Let It Rain," the lead-off single from his 16-track debut album, 'Cowboy'. Digital Journal spoke to him.

Madonna to present 'Raising Malawi' event in Miami Beach, Florida

Pop music's reigning queen, Madonna, is going to be presenting an evening of music, art and mischief, in order to help her non-profit organization Raising Malawi.

Normally conservative Cuban Americans divided over Trump

Miami - For decades, older Cubans have loved to talk politics as they played dominoes and slapped tiles down on the board. And they were almost uniformly Republican.But in this election between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, they are torn.

Florida shelters quickly reach capacity, turning some away

Jacksonville - Shelters along the eastern coast of Florida were jammed amid a frantic race to protect people and pets from the "potentially catastrophic" effects of Hurricane Matthew as the deadly storm barrels in from the Caribbean.

Florida Governor on Hurricane — 'This storm will kill you'

Florida Governor Rick Scott made an impassioned plea to residents of the state to evacuate immediately, saying,"This storm will kill you." Hurricane Matthew is a very powerful Category 4 storm.

Florida preparing for 'a direct hit' from Hurricane Matthew

While aid teams in Haiti struggle to reach victims of Hurricane Matthew's fury, Florida Governor Rick Scott has been repeatedly warning Floridians to "prepare for a direct hit" from the monster storm.

Clinton seeks to cement lead in pivotal Florida

Fort Pierce - Hillary Clinton embarked on a two-stop Florida swing Friday, looking to strengthen a fresh lead in the pivotal swing state and capitalize on a spasm of setbacks for her presidential opponent Donald Trump.

Florida sinkhole still draining contaminated waste into aquifer

Mulberry - Neighbors of the Mosaic Company, a producer of phosphate and potash for fertilizer in Mulberry, Florida, are still waiting for test results on how much contamination is in their drinking water, and answers are not forthcoming.

First Miami zone of local Zika spread now 'clear': officials

Miami - Health authorities Monday lifted a travel warning for the Miami neighborhood of Wynwood -- site of the United States' first local Zika outbreak -- after the governor declared no evidence of active transmission of the virus there in the last 45 days.

Two possible cases of leprosy reported in Calif. school children

Los Angeles - A few days ago, it was reported that two school children in Southern California were diagnosed with possibly having leprosy or Hansen's Disease. People are asking, how can that be possible in a developed country?

First mosquitoes carrying Zika detected in US

Miami - Tests have found the Zika virus in mosquitoes from Miami, the first detected on continental United States, confirming local transmission of the disease, the Florida authorities said.

Fatal attack linked to dating website prompts police warnings

Auburndale - Authorities nationwide are warning internet users who arrange dates with strangers online to be a lot more careful in the wake of the slaying of a Florida man who met a woman online who allegedly arranged to have him robbed and killed.

Miami residents fret over pesticide used to fight Zika

Miami - People at the epicenter of America's first homegrown outbreak of the Zika virus are worried that one of the weapons being used to fight it amounts to a cannon rather than a fly swatter.

Review: Florida Georgia Line revisit their roots on album number three

One of bro-country's hottest double acts, Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley are about to enter the fray once again with 'Dig Your Roots,' released worldwide on August 26. How does this record compare to its predecessors? Digital Journal found out.

Zika travel warning issued for Miami neighborhood: US

Miami - Zika fears prompted US health authorities on Monday to issue a travel warning for a small section of Miami where local mosquitoes have spread the virus to 14 people, officials said.

Study: San Francisco has highest rate of pot smoking in U.S.

Washington - San Francisco, the gleaming city by the bay and financial center of the West, now has another title to add to its allure: marijuana capital.

Florida officials say local Zika transmission 'likely'

Miami - Florida health officials said Friday they believe that four people have been infected locally with Zika, in what would be the first evidence that mosquitoes carrying the virus are present in the continental United States.

Four arrested in Florida for using stun gun to discipline kids

Lakeland - Four Polk County, Florida adults have been arrested for using a stun gun to discipline children living in their home, according to local authorities.

Police in Florida shoot black man lying on ground

Washington - An unarmed black man trying to help an autistic man was shot and wounded by Florida police while lying on the ground with his arms raised in the air and pleading with officers to hold their fire.

Florida algae bloom afflicts economy, sea life

Stuart - Every night Tim Robinson sleeps in his boat, which floats atop a blanket of foul-smelling bright green slime.

Florida sees its first microcephaly birth from Zika virus disease

Florida's governor announced on Tuesday a woman from Haiti gave birth to a child with microcephaly, a first for Florida, bringing to five the number of babies born in the U.S. with the birth defect related to Zika virus disease.

Op-Ed: How did Orlando nightclub shooter escape FBI scrutiny?

Fort Pierce - Even if nothing more than misery and alarm comes from last week's mass shooting in a Florida nightclub, at least U.S. law enforcement will have to stop taking bows over keeping the country safe from terrorism.

Video of huge alligator strolling across golf course goes viral

Palmetto - For those duffers playing golf in Florida, there are more than just the typical course hazards to keep an eye on. Alligators will occasionally stroll across the fairway or be hunkering down in a sand trap.

It's been confirmed — Nile crocodiles have invaded Florida

If you're planning a trip to Florida this summer, you might want to be careful of where you go, especially if it's anywhere near the Everglades. It has now been confirmed that yes, another new non-native species has invaded Florida.

Coast Guard rescues man running in bubble on the ocean — Again

Pompano Beach - An ultra-marathoner who likes to "run" in an enormous, inflatable bubble on the ocean may want to contemplate the cliche "No means no." That's because he was rescued by the Coast Guard for the second time, while trying to run from Florida to Bermuda.

Florida’s oranges continue to be hit hard by citrus greening

Miami - Cases of citrus greening continue to affect Florida’s orange groves. New figures indicate that up to 90 percent of the acreage and 80 percent of their trees are infected by the bacterial disease.

Trump, Clinton win in Florida: US networks

Washington - Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton won the presidential primaries in Florida, US networks projected -- big wins for the frontrunners in the 2016 White House race.Clinton was also projected to win the primary in North Carolina.

Pro-gun FL mom shot by son, 4, who 'gets jacked up' to shoot

Just one day after boasting about her four-year-old son's prowess with a gun, a proud gun-loving mom was shot. By her son. It seems that the boy found the loaded gun in mom Jamie Gilt's pickup truck and shot her as they drove down a Putnam County road.

GOP's last presidential nominee has discouraging words for Trump

Salt Lake City - Former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney, the Republican Party nominee for president four years ago, blasted 2016 front-runner Donald Trump as a "fraud" and a "phony" Thursday in a speech at a Utah university.

Public outcry spurs Florida to drop Everglades fracking bill

Florida environmentalists have had a bit of good news after state lawmakers, bowing to public outcry, unexpectedly dropped a bill backed by the oil industry that would have promoted fracking in the ecologically sensitive Everglades.
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