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Mike Pence Heckled, Called a "Traitor" at Faith and Freedom Event in Orlando, Florida

It was a rough week for former Vice President Mike Pence this week, as he came to speak in the Greater Orlando Area at the Faith and Freedom Coalition's Road to the Majority conference. The conference was set in Kissimmee, Florida, where evangelical voices from all over America descended to discuss faith and politics and how the coalition might better be able to secure a majority in government once again.
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Orlando, FLPosted by
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Orlando Police Have Arrested 53 Fentanyl Dealers in 9 Months

Overdoses, deaths, and now finally, the arrests of the dealers responsible. Fentanyl seizures are at an all-time high, as police have seized more of the drug thus far in 2021 than they did the entire year of 2020. The extremely potent drug has led to a massive upsurge in overdose deaths over the past few years in the United States, as more and more of the drug begins to flow freely in American streets. Back in May, Hailey Deickman, an 18-year-old teen, died from a fentanyl overdose after she was sold what she believed to be the prescription painkiller Percocet. The pill she bought, however, was magnitudes more powerful than a Percocet could ever be.
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Here's What to Expect From Joel Greenberg's Prison Sentence

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Donald Trump Holding His First Rallies Since His Presidency, Will Visit Tampa, Florida

Trump may announce another presidential bid amidst a flurry of scandals. It's been announced that President Donald Trump will begin holding his first rallies since losing the presidency to Joe Biden in November of 2020. The former President, long known for his fervent rallies that have drawn massive crowds over the years, will finally take to the stage again and will be touring a few select cities across the United States. Trump will presumably be marking a moment of fruition when he will either announce another bid for the presidency or not.
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Florida Governor Ron DeSantis Signs Bill That Requires a Moment of Prayer in Schools

This law is all but guaranteed to be both misinterpreted and fought over. Today, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis signed a bill that would require a moment of silence for prayer in school. In what some will certainly consider a nod to evangelical movements both in Florida and across America, the Florida governor has positioned himself more in line with the religious right, both with this new piece of legislation and his unwavering support with the State of Israel.
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House Rental Scammers in Fellsmere Targeting Residents

There's a new scam going around in your area so watch out for these red flags. Nobody likes a scammer. And in today's world where the economy is competitive and some people would rather cheat their way through life than earn an honest living, there's no shortage of scammers going around trying to trick people out of their hard-earned cash.
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Joe Biden Demands Gun Reform, Acknowledges Pulse Nightclub Massacre

The President pays his respects and calls on lawmakers to enact change. Today marks the 5th anniversary of the deadly mass shooting at the Pulse Nightclub in Orlando, Florida. Five years ago today a crazed gunman strolled into the premier nightclub in Orlando and opened fire, killing 49 people and injuring 53 others. The event was the nation's greatest loss of life in a mass shooting at the time, and now, after the Las Vegas mass shooting that claimed the lives of 60 people, it still remains the second-biggest mass shooting in American history.
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Florida Governor Ron DeSantis Officially Bans Critical Race Theory

This will surely cause a massive political fight over the nature of Florida education. In a decision that's certain to send shockwaves throughout the state of Florida, as well as the nation, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has finally gotten his wish to ban Critical Race Theory from the Florida education system. After hours on top of hours of debate during a town hall that was held, the Florida Board of Education unanimously approved the ban on Critical Race Theory.
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Man Stabbed in Orlando & Police Need Your Help Locating the Suspect

The police need your help locating a suspect in an alleged stabbing. Another day, another senseless crime in Orlando. Only a few weeks after Joseph Torres, a 34-year-old veteran who served in the war in Afghanistan was shot and killed senselessly as he walked through downtown Orlando, leaving behind his 4-year-old daughter, another person is attacked in Orlando, this time at an Army Reserve Center.
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Lakeland Florida Youth Paster Charged With Unlawful Activities With a Minor

Youth pastor is now facing charges after crossing the line with a teenage girl. Today, a man named Andrew Pierce Weaver was charged with attempting to fornicate with a girl who is only 17-years-old, after he'd been inappropriate with the teen in a hotel room. Weaver, who is 29 years old, is a youth pastor at Highlands Church of Christ, in Lakeland Florida, and the alleged incident took place sometime between December 2020 and January 2020, though probably on December 29th, 2020.
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Houston Texas, Get Ready: Donald Trump Will Be Hosting a History Tour With Bill O'Reilly in December

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Dallas Texas, Get Ready: Donald Trump Will Be Hosting a History Tour With Bill O'Reilly in December

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Sunrise Florida, Donald Trump Will Be Hosting a History Tour With Bill O'Reilly in December

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Orlando, Donald Trump Will Be Hosting a History Tour With Bill O'Reilly in December

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Val Demings Announces Senate Run Against Marco Rubio in Florida

The early part of the campaign season is heating up, as U.S. House Representative of Florida, Val Demings, has announced her Senate bid to try and unseat long-time Senator Marco Rubio in Florida. Val Demings has had a long, public history in both law enforcement and in Florida politics. She was the 36th police chief of Orlando, Florida, and she was the first woman to ever hold that title, before being elected to the House of Representatives in 2017.
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Winter Springs, Are You Prepared for Hurricane Season?

Hurricane Season is officially here. Are you ready for it?. While the summer isn't officially here yet (technically), the heat sure is and it sure *feels* like the Summer is here, doesn't it? It seems like right after that painfully dry month of May, the moment we turned the corner into June, someone turned on the heat and rain.
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Orlando: Here's What You Can Expect This Hurricane Season

Are you prepared for this year's hurricane season? It's already here... Well, the summer may not officially be here yet, but judging by the weather, it sure feels like it. The high in the Central Florida areas today will be 94 degrees, but the heat index was 105 degrees yesterday, per Brian Shields, meteorologist for WFTV Channel 9. Make sure you take in plenty of water and use sunscreen if you go out this week.
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Winter Springs Water Emergency Declaration Extended Through July 12th

Make sure you observe the restricted window for watering going forward. Well, the summer may not officially be here yet, but judging by the weather, it sure feels like it. The high in the Central Florida areas today will be 94 degrees, but the heat index will be 105 degrees, per Brian Shields, meteorologist for WFTV Channel 9. Make sure you take in plenty of water and use sunscreen if you go out this week.