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South Padre Island, Texas.  The South Texas island is one of the top Spring Break destinations and attracts students from all over the country.  (Photo by Rick Gershon/Getty Images)
South Padre Island, Texas. The South Texas island is one of the top Spring Break destinations and attracts students from all over the country. (Photo by Rick Gershon/Getty Images)
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Spring Break: Youth Springs Eternal

It’s that time of year again. A battle between students to see if they can drink more than the folks at Budweiser can produce.

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A sign of President Barack Obama's re-election victory during night of the 2012 Presidential election on November 6, 2012 in Times Square, New York City. (Photo by Mike Coppola/Getty Images)
A sign of President Barack Obama's re-election victory during night of the 2012 Presidential election on November 6, 2012 in Times Square, New York City. (Photo by Mike Coppola/Getty Images)
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Barack Obama: MMM, MMM, MMM

We are a blessed nation. We’ve had good presidents and not so good presidents. But the great thing about this country is that we have the ability to “self-correct.”

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Mitt Romney Roars Back During Florida GOP Debate [VIDEO]

After taking a beating by Newt Gingrich in last week’s South Carolina debates and primary, GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney’s campaign flailed — but in Thursday night’s debate in Jacksonville, FL, the former Massachusetts governor delivered his most aggressive performance yet.

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Burgers for Breakfast — Florida Schools Serve Lunch Before 10 AM [VIDEO]

Is a cheeseburger or a corn dog appropriate early-morning fare for kids? Some Florida schools think so.

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Florida Woman Hit with Staggering $200,000 Cell Phone Bill

If you think your cell phone bill is high, you haven’t met Celina Aarons.

The Florida woman added a cell phone to her account for her mute and hearing-impaired brother, who didn’t know to turn off his data roaming when he was recently in Canada. Since his only form of communication with the phone is via text messages, those international data rates added up quickly — to the tune of over $200,000 in one month.

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Florida Lawmaker Wants to Bring Back Electric Chairs and Firing Squads

Florida state lawmaker Rep. Brad Drake recently had a conversation about the death penalty with a constituent at a local Waffle House restaurant. At issue: the legal battle surrounding the execution of convicted killer Manuel Valle.

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Joe Raedle, Getty Images
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Florida-Based Community Bank to Pay Customers for Their Business

In response to Bank of America’s recently announced $5 monthly fee for debit card usage, Florida-based Community Bank is doing the reverse — it’s paying customers to bank with them.

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No Florida Team Appears in Top 25 for First Time Since 1982

Since the 1982 season ended, one of the constants in college football had been a seemingly perpetual dominance by the Florida schools.

In the last 29 years, Florida, Florida State and Miami took up residence at the top of the college football polls and won nine national championships in that stretch. But that all came to an end this week when, for the first time since December 6, 1982, there were no Florida schools ranked in the AP Top 25.

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Wildfires Burn in 12 States; 11,000 Evacuated

As the largest wildfire in Arizona state history continued to burn in the eastern central part of the state on Wednesday, firefighters in 11 other states were busy battling blazes.

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Alligator Vandalizes Florida Cop Car

Law enforcement officials are trained to deal with most scenarios. But an alligator attacking a police car? That's a different story.

According to reports, a rascally 10-foot alligator took a bite out of an Alachua County sheriff deputy's vehicle in Florida. The creature was reportedly spotted attacking the patrol car near a country club in Gainesville. The deputy watched the carnage as he waited for an alligator trapper to show up. Naturally, the car's front bumper was heavily damaged.

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