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1. Florida approaches 1 million coronavirus cases
Florida is on track to be the third state in the country to surpass one million COVID-19 cases, with some areas seeing dwindling ICU beds.
2. Free turkey, grocery giveaway at Liberty Movement Ministry near West Palm Beach
A Palm Beach County food pantry forced to close its doors is making a comeback just in time for the holidays, feeding 500 families.
3. Co-founder of viral ALS Ice Bucket Challenge dies at 37
The ALS Association says a co-founder of the viral ice bucket challenge, Pat Quinn, died Sunday at the age of 37. Quinn helped inspire participation in the social media challenge, which has raised more than $200 million worldwide for Lou Gehrig’s disease research.
4. President Trump's campaign legal team distances itself from Powell
The Trump campaign's legal team is moving to distance itself from a firebrand conservative attorney, Sidney Powell.
5. Longtime national security aide emerges as top pick for Biden's secretary of state
A longtime national security aide to President-elect Joe Biden, Antony Blinken, is the leading contender to become Biden's nominee for secretary of state.
A cold front will work its way Monday across South Florida, but not much rain is expected with it other than an isolated rain shower.
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On This Day In History
The infamous Western outlaw William H. Bonney, known more famously as "Billy the Kid," was born in New York City on Nov. 23, 1859. Historians say Bonney killed at least nine people in the American West before he was shot dead at age 21.
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