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Storm-related losses can be tax-deductible

With one of the largest storms in U.S. history having hit Florida, you probably aren’t thinking about your taxes. However, give this five minutes now and it could save you thousands later because hurricane-related losses can be deductible on your tax return — if you follow the rules and provide the appropriate documentation.

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Trump feuds with Congresswoman over call to fallen soldier's widow

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Rep. Frederica Wilson on the situation between her and President Trump over call to soldier's family.

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Protesters march against visit of white nationalist Richard Spencer to the University of Florida

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Protesters stand together against Spencer

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Dolphins coach Adam Gase says he only listens to himself on coaching decisions

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Chaminade-Madonna runs past Doral Academy

Seventh time’s a charm for Hemingway look-alike winner

White-bearded Texan Richard Filip on Saturday won the 2017 Hemingway Look-Alike Contest, a highlight of Key West’s annual Hemingway Days celebration that ended Sunday. The 71-year-old, a retired real estate franchise owner, triumphed over 152 other entrants in the contest’s final round.
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Seventh time’s a charm for Hemingway look-alike winner

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A windy, sunny day in Key West

Dolphins visit Key West for Naval training 1:32

Dolphins visit Key West for Naval training

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Meteor burning up over Lower Keys caught on dashcam