Bollywood star Anil Kapoor (right) engages the mayor of Tampa Bob Buckhorn in a dance during a press conference for the 15th International Indian Film Academy (IIFA) Awards in Tampa, Fla., on Thursday. Jewel Samad /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Tampa Hosts Bollywood's Biggest Stars At Annual Awards Show

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Forced To Put Its Nets Away, One Fla. Town Clams Up — Literally

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Florida's Freshwater Springs Attract Vacationers

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Calif. Measure Would Ban Killer Whale Shows At SeaWorld

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A series of postholes sit on a site that some call a major archeological find, once home to a Tequesta village. A developer wants to build on the site, but agreed to preserve the village. Greg Allen/NPR hide caption

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Developer To Preserve Ancient Tequesta Village In Heart Of Miami

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Florida Gov. Rick Scott recognizes a visitor in the gallery during his March 4 State of the State speech at the Capitol in Tallahassee. Phil Sears/AP hide caption

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After Setbacks, Florida Governor Courts Latino Support

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Greyhound racing has been on a downward trend for decades. Greg Allen/NPR hide caption

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Greyhound Racing May Be Headed For The Finish Line

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The dollar orchid (Prosthechea boothiana) is among the native species soon to be planted in South Florida trees. Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden hide caption

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Bringing A 'Million Orchids' To Florida's Trees

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Drilling companies have new interest in southern Florida's Big Cypress preserve. The prospect of large-scale operations and possibly fracking worries environmentalists and residents. Sue Cocking/MCT/Landov hide caption

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Oil Industry Gets An Earful As It Eyes Florida's Everglades

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In Closely Watched Congressional Election, GOP Wins In Florida

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Fla. Lawmakers Turn Deaf Ear Toward 'Stand Your Ground' Protesters

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ReBOUND Residential in Florida has bought multiple properties like this one, a formerly bank-owned home in Sunrise, Fla., as investment properties. The houses are now bringing steady returns as rentals. Greg Allen/NPR hide caption

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Big Investors Boosting Home Prices, And Not Everyone's Pleased

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Democrats Eye Long-Time GOP Seat In Florida Special Election

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Fla. Man Guilty Of Lesser Charges In 'Loud Music' Murder Case

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Crews work a controlled burn in Geneva, Fla., in December. The state's forest service has rolled out a system to track equipment during fires, and hopes it can eventually be used to pinpoint firefighters, too. Joshua C. Cruey/Courtesy of the Orlando Sentinel hide caption

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Technology Tracks Crews Through The Fog Of Wildfire

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