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Transgender military policy hasn’t changed, Joint Chiefs says

Report: Lake Worth mobile home destroyed by fire


A mobile home in Lake Worth was gutted by fire overnight, according to our news partners at WPTV.

The cause of the fire, which happened on Jewelfish Cay Avenue, was not immediately clear.

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No one was injured in the blaze, WPTV reports.

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