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Tropical Storm Andrea bearing down on Florida

Tropical Storm Andrea took aim at Florida's northern Gulf Coast today and was forecast to cut across Georgia and up the US Atlantic coast, the US National Hurricane Center said.

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A single ticket in Florida has matched all the numbers to win the highest Powerball lottery jackpot in history at an estimated 590.5 million dollars (£389.2m), officials said today.

Tom Daley will be mentor to celebrities learning to dive for a new TV series, Splash!

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Jennifer Lopez was rushed off the set of her new music video in Florida after gunshots were heard nearby

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Jennifer Lopez was rushed off set for her latest music video in Florida after “gunshots” were heard close by.

Pennsylvania mother who reappeared 11 years after being declared dead was answering an outstanding arrest warrant

Brenda Heist, from Lititz, Pennsylvania, went missing in 2002 after dropping her children off at school

She left dinner defrosting, dropped her kids off at school...and vanished: Mother declared dead reappears 11 years after going missing

Brenda Heist, from Lititz, Pennsylvania, went missing in 2002 after dropping her children off at school

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