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Old World climbing fern on a tree island in the Everglades surrounds LeRoy Rodgers of the South Florida Water Management District. Environmentalists say it's one of the worst invasive species the state has faced in a long time. Amy Green/WMFE hide caption

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Invasive Fern In Florida Threatens To Take Down More Than Just Trees

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People stand on the tarmac at the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport in Florida on Friday after a shooter opened fire inside a terminal, killing at least five people and wounding eight others before being taken into custody. Lynne Sladky/AP hide caption

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The Florida State Prison, pictured in June 2014, in Raiford, Fla. Matt McClain/The Washington Post via Getty Images hide caption

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Florida Death Row Population In Limbo After Supreme Court Ruling

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Hamlin oranges are washed, graded and packed for shipment at the Dundee Citrus Growers Association packing house in Lake Hamilton, Florida. Greg Allen/NPR hide caption

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After A Sour Decade, Florida Citrus May Be Near A Comeback

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State's attorney candidate Aramis Ayala speaks at a campaign rally for Hillary Clinton in Orlando, Fla., on Oct. 28. Joey Roulette hide caption

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In The Black Lives Matter Era, An Effort To Elect More Diverse Prosecutors

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Joseph Blackman, a Miami-Dade County mosquito control inspector, at work in Miami. Mosquitoes infected with Zika are now spreading the illness in at least four different parts of the city, according to federal health officials. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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Zika May Be In The U.S. To Stay

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Divided States: 4 Florida Voters Weigh In After The Final Presidential Debate

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People bike on the beach ahead of Hurricane Matthew in Atlantic Beach, Fla., on Wednesday. Droves of people in the U.S. have begun evacuating coastal areas ahead of the storm, which tracked a deadly path through the Caribbean in a maelstrom of wind, mud and water. Jewel Samad/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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