Five Things to Know in Florida for Mar. 31

TRUMP MISSING FROM GOLF RESORT SIGN

Someone removed the script lettering spelling the Republican presidential candidate’s surname from the sign outside Trump National Jupiter.

60-FOOT-WIDE HOLE OPENS IN TARPON SPRINGS

Authorities have evacuated a mobile home park along Florida’s Gulf Coast after the 35-foot-deep hole opened in the ground. About 20 residents were moved as a precaution while officials assess the situation.

STATE WILL PAY TO REBURY BODIES EXHUMED FROM BOYS SCHOOL

Gov. Rick Scott on Wednesday signed into law 14 bills including a measure that deals with the notorious legacy of the Arthur G. Dozier School for Boys. The Marianna school was shuttered in 2011.

FATHER FACES 1ST-DEGREE MURDER CHARGE IN INFANT’S DEATH

Miami-Dade police say Juan Antonio Gonzalez savagely beat his 4-month-old daughter. An autopsy found she had multiple fractures and a dislocated elbow. She died March 25. He was arrested Tuesday.

ALLIGATOR KILLS DOG IN CENTRAL FLORIDA

A trapper is searching for an alligator that killed is believed to have killed a family’s bulldog. The dog went missing Thursday and its body was found on the edge of a lake on Monday. The alligator is believed to be 8 to 9 feet long.

 

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