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Red snapper caught by commercial fishermen await shipment on a dock in South Carolina. South Atlantic Fishery Management Council/AP hide caption

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Sharp Insurance Spike To Hit Florida Businesses

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Florida Faces Drastic Change From Sea Level Rise

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Justin Peacock (left) helps fellow Gators fan Mike Starling drink the "World's Largest Outdoor Cocktail" during tailgating activities at a recent University of Florida game. The parties outside stadiums are under fire amid growing concerns about underage drinking, drunken driving and other risky behaviors. Greg Allen/NPR hide caption

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Reining In Tailgate Parties A Challenge For Colleges

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WWII Vet: Happy To Leave 'Worst Place You Can Be'

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Fla. Gov. Seeks Inquiry Into 'Culture Of Corruption'

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