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Business · New York

J.M. Smucker is recalling some Jif peanut butter products due to salmonella

63% Center coverage: 173 sources
Jif peanut butter caused 14 illnesses and two hospitalizations in 12 states due to Salmonella. The CDC warns to not eat any recalled peanut butter, and urges consumers to check any jars on their shelves to make sure it has not been recalled. People are urged to call their healthcare provider if you have the following symptoms.See the Story
US & Canada · Broward County

Florida health officials investigating 3rd possible monkeypox case in US

49% Center coverage: 71 sources
Health officials do not believe there is a high risk to the public. The person is isolating and is not considered a risk to others. The disease belongs to the same virus family as smallpox, but its symptoms are milder. People usually recover within two to four weeks without needing to be hospitalized.See the Story

Florida lawmakers meet to try to fix state’s property insurance market

50% Center coverage: 6 sources
Florida has over 100,000 lawsuits against insurance companies, while the rest of the country combined has roughly 1,000. This is a big reason why insurance companies are either going bankrupt, raising rates or canceling coverage. Florida lawmakers find themselves in a race against time and climate, as they scramble to pass some sort of deal.See the Story

Florida bills limit roof refusal by insurers, add new fund

50% Center coverage: 6 sources
Four bills filed late Friday in the state House and Senate would create a new fund in which insurers can purchase insurance to help insulate them from risk. The bills also would allow homeowners with roofs 15 years or older to get an inspection of their condition before insurers deny them coverage. Florida accounted for 9% of all claims filed nationally but nearly 80% of property insurance lawsuits.See the Story

Dubai developer to buy Florida condo collapse site for $120M

75% Center coverage: 4 sources
Hussain Sajwani of Dubai is set to purchase the site of a South Florida condominium that collapsed last June, killing 98 people. No other bids were submitted by the Friday evening deadline for next week's auction. Families of the victims reached a $997 million settlement with local officials, the developers of an adjacent building and others.See the Story
Pensacola · Pensacola

Fatal shooting at Pensacola Fitness

Coverage: 2 sources
Pensacola Police are looking for a man who walked in to Pensacola Fitness and fired several shots. Police say the woman was shot several times and died of her injuries. Police believe the attack was targeted and related to a domestic dispute. The suspect is described by police as a slim black man dressed in gray clothing.See the Story
Florida, United States · Florida

Gov. DeSantis announces start of Florida Hometown Heroes Housing Program

100% Right coverage: 2 sources
Gov. Ron DeSantis announced the launch of the Florida Hometown Heroes Housing Program. The program will give first responders and teachers help to buy their first home. It also offers a lower first mortgage rate and additional special benefits to those who have served and continue to serve their country.See the Story
Pensacola · Pensacola

Pensacola State College Associate Professor identified as victim in fatal gym shooting

100% Right coverage: 1 sources
PENSACOLA, Fla. -- Family and friends have identified the woman who was shot and killed at Pensacola Fitness Tuesday morning as Carla Williams. Loved ones tell Channel 3 Williams was an Associate Math Professor and former basketball star at Pensacola State College. Pensacola Police says the Williams was targeted during an early morning workout. The shooting happened around 4:30 a. m. on 9th Avenue near Creighton Road.See the Story

Family identifies man who died in custody of Escambia County deputies

100% Right coverage: 1 sources
ESCAMBIA COUNTY, Fla. -- One of the three Escambia County deputies who detained a man, who later died last Friday, has been terminated from his job. Two other deputies have been placed on leave. During a news conference Monday, the sheriff called their actions unacceptable. Caption: WEAR. Family identified the man who died as 51-year-old Frank Lugo. Frank Lugo's family spoke out Monday. Frank was the father of two.See the Story

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