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Rick Scott sends more help to Texas

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Gov. Rick Scott on Monday said he’s sending more Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) officers and resources to Houston to help Houston after its soaking by Hurricane Harvey.

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Joe Henderson: Houston’s horror could happen in Florida

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Like all of you, I have been mesmerized watching reports about the catastrophe in Texas from Hurricane Harvey. Just couldn’t believe what I was seeing, and couldn’t help thinking what it would be like if a storm like Harvey washed ashore from the mouth of Tampa Bay.

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AT&T helping Texas hurricane victims stay connected, waives wireless fees

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As Hurricane Harvey dumped feet of water on Houston last weekend, forcing thousands of people in southeast Texas to rooftops or higher ground, AT&T is helping those affected by the storm stay in contact. “Our thoughts are with everyone impacted by Hurricane Harvey and all of those who have friends and family there,” said AT&T representative Karen McAllister in a statement Monday. “Through at least Sept. 1, 2017, AT&T will issue credits to AT&T Wireless customers in impacted areas for…

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Hurricane Harvey expected to raise gas prices in Florida

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As Hurricane Harvey bears down on the Texas coast, gasoline prices in Florida are expected to jump in the next week. Oil refineries sit in the projected path of the storm, and much of the gas that Florida receives is shipped across the Gulf of Mexico from those refineries.

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