Brevard’s jobless rate dips below 3 percent
Some Panhandle businesses may never recover following Hurricane Michael
Currently Embraer employs about 950 people locally.
Ken Graham, executive director of the National Hurricane Center, talks about the potential damage caused by category 4 Hurricane Michael.
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Sheriff Ivey, Rep. Randy Fine used social media to sound off on the Nike ad of former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick
Utility officials in North Carolina and South Carolina are predicting widespread outages as the storm is expected to hammer the coastal areas there.