In Big Sky Country, where cannabis caravans once freely roamed signing up hundreds of medical marijuana patients a day, the future of the crumbling industry is on the ballot. Voters in Montana will decide Nov.
ITT Technical Institute has announced the immediate closure of its campuses across the country. "To wake up to an email saying your school is shutting down is just devastating," said Antoinette Pierce, a student at the Lake Mary campus. The for-profit college was recently banned from enrolling any students who require financial aid.
Thursday, survivors of the Pulse massacre and loved ones of those killed learned how the money from the OneOrlando fund will be distributed. Donations have reached more than $20 million, but nothing has been given out yet; administrators said they want to be careful to avoid fraud and distribute the money fairly.
Some lawmakers say the money to fight Zika virus in Florida is being held up in Washington and needs to be distributed immediately. "Sometimes, it's only when you have a crisis (that) the government responds," said Rep. John Mica, (R) (Fla.) "It's estimated that about $300 million is still sitting in Washington, and I want it out the door."
Crews in Winter Garden are busy clearing debris after Friday evening's storms. Toppled trees and broken branches are scattered through the streets. At one home, a tree crushed an SUV and damaged the roof of the house. Now, tarp covers the home and professionals are cleaning up the mess.
Florida Sen. Marco Rubio Tuesday visited businesses near the Pulse nightclub. In the days after the mass shooting, the area shut down for the investigation and some businesses suffered. "Our business lost about 50 percent in June," Daniel Broyles, owner of Foreign Accents, said. Broyles met with Rubio to discuss ways the government can help.
State lawmakers are calling for a special session to consider enacting more gun control measures in Florida following the attack on Pulse nightclub. Gov. Rick Scott is responding to that request, and his words could anger those who are protesting laws already on the books.
Video Transcript . SHE'S LIVE AT PULSE WITH THE DETAILS. ACCORDING TO SOME OF THOSE DOCUMENTS, THERE WERE 6 EXITS AT PULSE. I READ TEXTS FROM THE FIRE MARSHAL TO THE FIRE CHIE SAYING THAT'S AN ACCEPTABLE THEY ALSO MESSAGES EACH OTHER ABOUT WHETHER OR NOT AT LEAST ONE EXIT WAS BLOCKED >> WHEN THE GUNMAN STARTED SHOOTING INSIDE PULSE NIGHTCLUB WITNESSES SAY CROWDS OF PEOPLE SAFETY.
Arizona Governor Jan Brewer, who signed the nation's strictest immigration law in 2010 and once wagged her finger in President Barack Obama's face, may challenge the state constitution to run for another term.
It was a sign of a new beginning. On Friday, city leaders reopened Howard Street in the Old Market with a ribbon cutting. It's been closed since the devastating fire at M's Pub in January. Inside cupcake Omaha, a welcome crowd and line, the likes of which have not been seen in some time.
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