Five things to know in Florida for Tuesday, Sept. 8

Your daily look at news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today.

UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FOOTBALL COACH DECLARES TAMPA’S YBOR CITY NEIGHBORHOOD OFF-LIMITS FOR TEAM

Willie Taggart says his players will “have to find other places to have fun” instead of going to the historic entertainment district where former USF defensive lineman Elkino Watson was fatally stabbed early Sunday.

CROWDS FILLED ST. AUGUSTINE THROUGH THE WEEKEND TO CELEBRATE THE CITY’S 450TH ANNIVERSARY

T-shirts with the slogan “Party Like It Is 1565” were popular among the crowds who filled America’s oldest city for concerts and other events.

HOMELESS CHARITY THAT FILED FEDERAL LAWSUIT OVER TAMPA’S PANHANDLING BAN WILL BE SHUT DOWN

Code enforcement officials told the owner of Homeless Helping Homeless that he had five days to clear out the homeless men and women from a makeshift shelter behind the nonprofit’s headquarters.

TRAPS ARE SET WITH DEAD SNAKES FOR BAIT IN SEARCH FOR MISSING KING COBRA IN ORLANDO

Florida wildlife authorities have reduced the number of officers involved in the search, hoping to make the 8-foot-long venomous cobra more comfortable about coming out of hiding.

1 DEAD IN CONFRONTATION OUTSIDE SOUTH FLORIDA GROCERY STORE

Police say a 71-year-old man shot a younger man after the two argued Monday evening near the entrance to a Dania Beach Winn-Dixie store.

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