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Hummer Destroyed After Driver Fills Petrol Cans Amid Gas Shortage

Forget toilet paper, a petrol shortage has hit parts of America and people have flocked to gas stations to panic buy the precious liquid.Residents have been rocking up with plastic bags, huge buckets and anything else they can find that will store petrol until the shortage dies down.

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Hummer Destroyed After Driver Fills Petrol Cans Amid Gas Shortage

Dead & Company tour dates include Tampa

Dead and Company will play the MidFlorida Amphitheatre on its upcoming U.S. tour.The supergroup featuring original Grateful Dead members Bob Weir, Mickey Hart and Bill Kreutzmann, along with John Mayer on guitars, Oteil Burbridge on bass and Jeff Chimenti on keyboards, will perform at the Tampa venue on Oct. 7.

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Dead & Company tour dates include Tampa

Hummer Explodes After Driver Stockpiles Gasoline in Back

On Wednesday morning, a car identified as a 2004 Hummer H2 went up in flames mere feet from a service station in Homosassa, Florida, according to local newspaper The Citrus County Chronicle.When firefighters arrived at the scene of the explosion, they discovered that the driver of the car had stockpiled fuel in tanks in the back of the car.

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Hummer Explodes After Driver Stockpiles Gasoline in Back

226 alligators removed from Disney property after toddler’s death

Reptiles removed under statewide program to limit numbers Trappers have removed 226 alligators from Disney property since the tragic death of a two-year-old boy at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida in 2016.Lane Graves was snatched by an alligator at the Seven Seas Lagoon at the Grand Floridian Resort and Spa while on holiday with his parents, Matt and Melissa Graves, from Elkhorn, Nebraska.

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226 alligators removed from Disney property after toddler’s death

Bodies of two Florida teens, aged 16 and 17, are found on the side of the road with possible gunshot wounds as police say their deaths were not a 'random act of violence'

Police received a call about two deceased male teenagers Wednesday morning The Sumter County Sheriff's Office identified the teenagers as Isaiah Nelson, 17, and Preston Nixon, 16, and both were Wildwood, Florida natives They were found off County Road 219, close to an intersection with Highway 44 A cause of death has not been released, though the police believe that their killings do 'not appear to be a random act' Both victims had injuries consistent with gunshot wounds, according to police It is believed that the victims may have known their assailant, per police Two teenagers were found dead in Wildwood, Florida on Wednesday morning with injuries that resembled gunshot wounds, police said.

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Bodies of two Florida teens, aged 16 and 17, are found on the side of the road with possible gunshot wounds as police say their deaths were not a 'random act of violence'

Florida Adds 4,000 New Covid Cases, Reports 47 More Resident Deaths Thursday

Florida's confirmed COVID-19 cases increased by over 4,000 Thursday, as the state's virus-related death toll rose by more than 40.The 4,064 new confirmed COVID-19 cases brought Florida's total to 2,282,613 since the outbreak began, according to figures released by the state's department of health.

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Florida Adds 4,000 New Covid Cases, Reports 47 More Resident Deaths Thursday

Elon Musk on crypto: to the mooooonnn! And back again

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Bitcoin's price tumbled after Elon Musk said on Wednesday his electric car maker Tesla Inc would no longer accept the cryptocurrency for purchases, citing environmental concerns for the reversal.Here are some of Musk's comments on bitcoin and other cryptocurrenies like Ether and Dogecoin, some of which moved the digital assets' prices: Nov. 27, 2017: Musk denies a theory he is Satoshi Nakamoto, the pseudonymous creator of bitcoin, tweeting here "Not true.

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Elon Musk on crypto: to the mooooonnn! And back again

Drivers in Central Florida pack gas stations shortly after pipeline cyberattack

On Wednesday, WESH 2 News reported that the Colonial Pipeline cyberattack had no impact on Florida.The bulk of Florida's gas comes into ports by ships.Sign up for our Newsletters However, that didn't stop people from running to fill up, and emptying pumps.

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Drivers in Central Florida pack gas stations shortly after pipeline cyberattack

Times Square shooting suspect denies he was in New York in bizarre jailhouse interview

‘I still don’t know nothing of nothing,’ Farrakhan Muhammad said in a fast-talking, rambling interview The suspect in the recent Times Square shooting that left three people injured says he wasn’t even in New York City when it happened.In a fast-talking, rambling interview at the Florida jail where he’s being held, Farrakhan Muhammad, 31, told WCJB he was in New Jersey at the time of the shooting.

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Times Square shooting suspect denies he was in New York in bizarre jailhouse interview

Manatee County experiencing building boom east of I-75

MANATEE COUNTY, Fla. (WWSB) - What was once just acres of farmland is turning into construction sites in East Manatee County.Parrish is seeing a housing boom.”I originally wanted to move to St. Petersburg, Florida, but the prices were too steep for me,” said Thomas Wahl.

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Manatee County experiencing building boom east of I-75

PICTURE EXCLUSIVE: Florida life clearly agrees with her! Ivanka Trump flaunts her VERY toned tummy as she walks hand-in-hand with Jared Kushner along the beach in Miami

However that didn't stop her older brother Don Jr from mocking his little sister on Instagram, where he shared several images from the DailyMail.com story, while joking about the collision.'Since I’m an equal opportunity hater I couldn’t pass up this chance to make fun of my amazing sister @ivankatrump, who chose to spend her Mother’s Day running over her children with a surfboard,' he wrote in his post caption.

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PICTURE EXCLUSIVE: Florida life clearly agrees with her! Ivanka Trump flaunts her VERY toned tummy as she walks hand-in-hand with Jared Kushner along the beach in Miami

Gas availability latest: Local gas station runs out of gas because of ‘panic-buying’

Experts tell Action News Jax panic-buying was to blame for gas shortages in Northeast Florida, not the cyber-attack on the Colonial Pipeline.Marty Cook spends a lot of time on the road.He delivers Little Debbie snacks.He told Action News Jax he’s not worried about Florida’s gas supply.

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Gas availability latest: Local gas station runs out of gas because of ‘panic-buying’

Hummer with four cans of gasoline bursts into flames amid panic buying of fuel

Related video: Some Central Florida gas stations run out of fuel Vehicle fire comes as Biden administration works to reassure drivers worried about gas shortages after pipeline shutdown caused by hackers A Hummer carrying four cans of gasoline burst into flames after filling up at a gas station in Citrus County north of Tampa, Florida.

independent.co.uk ,  2h 1
Hummer with four cans of gasoline bursts into flames amid panic buying of fuel

Palm Beach County public schools will lift mask requirement in August

Palm Beach County public schools will not require students to wear masks when the new school year starts in August so long as the pandemic does not significantly worsen, the school district announced Thursday.Under increasing pressure from parents and politicians to loosen mask requirements, Superintendent Donald Fennoy said that declining infection rates and the rising numbers of vaccinations meant that it was safe enough to make them optional when classes begin Aug. 10.

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Palm Beach County public schools will lift mask requirement in August

Florida reports 4,064 new COVID cases, 47 more deaths

With 9.3 million Floridians now vaccinated with at least one dose, the seven-day average for COVID cases continues to dip.The seven-day average for new cases reached as high as 17,991 on Jan. 8.It was 3,454 on Thursday.South Florida South Florida counties reported 1,413 new COVID cases Thursday and 13 more deaths.

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Florida reports 4,064 new COVID cases, 47 more deaths

Times Square Shooting: Florida Judge Orders Suspect Farrakhan Muhammad Held Without Bail

Shackled in a red jumpsuit, Muhammad made his first appearance before a judge.“Mr.Muhammad, you’re wanted out of the state of New York for attempted murder, sir,” the judge said.Farrakhan Muhammad (Photo: Bradford County Sheriff’s Office) He ordered Muhammad held without bail as he consulted with an attorney about his extradition options.

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Times Square Shooting: Florida Judge Orders Suspect Farrakhan Muhammad Held Without Bail

Disney misses on subscriber expectations, parks revenue still hurt by Covid restrictions

Disney reported second quarter results Thursday, posting lower-than-expected revenue and subscriber counts for its streaming service.The company's stock dipped around 3.5% in after-hours trading.Earnings per share: 79 cents vs 27 cents expected in a Refinitiv survey of analysts Revenue: $15.61 billion vs $15.87 billion expected in the survey Streaming The company missed on subscriber estimates for Disney+, coming in at 103.6 million paid subscribers.

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Disney misses on subscriber expectations, parks revenue still hurt by Covid restrictions

Florida tot dies days after falling into backyard pool

A Miami-area toddler died days after she was pulled unconscious from a pool by an 8-year-old boy.Authorities said she wandered off around 4:30 p.m. Monday while her family visited a home in the Pembroke Pines community of Chapel Trail.A police report notes that multiple other children were inside the home, where the toddler was also thought to be when she made her way to the backyard and fell in the pool, according to the outlet.

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Florida tot dies days after falling into backyard pool

Florida reports 50 coronavirus-related deaths

Florida reported an additional 50 coronavirus-related deaths on Thursday.Of the latest deaths, seven were reported in Central Florida.The increase brings the total death toll from the virus in the state to 36,648.On Thursday the state also reported an additional 4,064 COVID-19 cases.That includes 987 in Central Florida.

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Florida reports 50 coronavirus-related deaths

Florida adds 4,064 coronavirus cases, 50 deaths Thursday

Florida reported 4,064 coronavirus cases and 50 deaths Thursday, bringing the total number of deaths since the pandemic began to 36,648.The state has seen 2,282,613 infections throughout the course of the more than year-long pandemic.On average, the Florida Department of Health has reported about 3,454 infections and 56 deaths per day over the past seven days.

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Florida adds 4,064 coronavirus cases, 50 deaths Thursday