Five Things to Know in Florida for April 15

SECRETARY OF STATE JOHN KERRY SAYS CUBA SHOULD LET ANYONE VISIT VIA CRUISE LINES

Kerry says the Cuban government should drop the law barring American citizens born on the island from returning by sea if it wants to continue developing full and normal relationships with the rest of the world. Two Cuban-Americans are suing Carnival Corp., saying their civil rights have been violated because they weren’t allowed to buy tickets on a May 1 cruise from Miami to Cuba aboard Carnival’s Fathom cruise line.

DONALD TRUMP CAMPAIGN MANAGER ACCUSED OF GRABBING FEMALE REPORTER WON’T FACE BATTERY CHARGES

State Attorney Dave Aronberg said at a news conference there wasn’t enough evidence to justify bringing misdemeanor simple battery charges against Corey Lewandowski for the March 8 dustup with Michelle Fields, then a reporter for the conservative Breitbart News website. Lewandowski denied grabbing Fields and Republican front-runner Trump stood by him, rejecting calls by his opponents to fire or discipline him.

MISSING FLORIDA PRIEST’S CAR FOUND IN SOUTH CAROLINA, DRIVER ARRESTED

Law enforcement agencies in South Carolina and Florida say 28-year-old Steven James Murray was taken into custody late Wednesday while driving a car belonging to the Rev. Rene Robert.

FLORIDA GOV. SCOTT APPROVES CHANGES TO SCHOOLS AND SPORTS

Scott on Thursday signed 20 bills into law. He also vetoed a bill that would have given out incentives to dentists who offer care in underserved areas. The bills that Scott approved include one that deals with Citizens Property Insurance and legislation that creates a pilot program aimed at bringing grocery stores to areas that don’t have access to fresh food.

4 STUDENTS INJURED WHEN TEACHER CRASHES INTO SCHOOL BUS

The crash occurred outside John F. Kennedy Middle School Thursday morning. The Palm Beach County School District reports that a teacher was driving the wrong way in the bus loop and struck the tire of the bus. There were 48 students on the bus, and four were taken to a nearby hospital with minor injuries.

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