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Wednesday, September 13, 2017


(Air1 News – Rafael Sierra) — Wednesday’s top stories to get your day started. Don’t fear missing out. We’ve got what you need to stay in the know.

 

Governor Scott: 'Work To Do' For Florida To Recover

AP/David Goldman

(LOWER MATECUMBE KEY, Fla.) — Parts of Florida inching back to normal with work crews restoring power, clearing roads and replenishing gas supplies.

 

After Irma, Reverse Migration Back To Florida Begins

Will Dickey/The Florida Times-Union via AP

(ATLANTA) — "As soon as we hit the state line, it was traffic jams and accidents." 

 

S. Korea Conducts Cruise Missile Drill Amid N. Korea Threats

AP/South Korea Defense Ministry

(SEOUL, South Korea) — The South is speeding up efforts to ramp up its military capabilities amid a surge of nuclear weapons tests by North Korea. 

 

Interior Secretary: Wildfire Prevention A Priority

Benjamin Zack/Standard-Examiner via AP

(WASHINGTON) — Ryan Zinke says taking measures to help prevent wildfires as the smoke-choked West faces one of the worst fire seasons in a decade.

 

American Household Income Finally Breaks Through Barrier

AP

(WASHINGTON) — Seems the median household income is finally earning more than in 1999 which is considered to be the peak earnings year.

 

Sen. John McCain Continues To Work After Latest MRI

AP

(WASHINGTON) — The senator was diagnosed with an aggressive form of brain cancer.

 

Miami Dolphins Home Declared Safe

AP

(MIAMI) — Engineers say they’ve found no damage to Hard Rock Stadium after Irma.

 

'Star Wars: Episode IX' Shifts Release Date

AP/Industrial Light & Magic/Lucasfilm

(LOS ANGELES) — We’ll have to wait a bit longer to see the film.

 

Today’s Verse of the Day from Isaiah 43:19 – For I am about to do something new. See, I have already begun!...

 

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