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  • Across the state, healthcare administrators are raising concerns about their ability to comply with the governor's executive order requiring backup air conditioning for nursing homes and assisted living facilities.

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  • Two Largo city workers have been fired for failing to report to work during Hurricane Irma. Two more have resigned.

    Workers fired for staying home during Irma

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  • The sheriff's office says the incident began with a robbery at the Capital City Bank on Cortez Boulevard. The suspect fled the scene with a female hostage, then led deputies on a chase.

    Hernando deputies shoot suspect

  • A judge told a woman accused of abusing an 8-year-old autistic boy that she cannot have any contact with children, even her own three. Kaderrica Smith is also banned from dealing with the kids she coaches in Little League and cheerleading.

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  • Men drive through the flooded streets looking to see if people need help the morning after Hurricane Irma swept through the area on September 11, 2017 in Naples, Florida.  (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

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