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Partying in Miami for spring break? Here are the top 5 things you should watch out for
Miami Herald | 3/16/23 | The crush of college students looking to let loose with booze, weed and other substances can lead to crowded urgent care centers in Miami-Dade and Broward counties. Here are the five most common injuries and diseases Baptist Health of South Florida has treated many spring breakers over the years and has noticed an increase in certain injuries during the March madness.
PCB leaders pass spring break beach curfew law
WJHG-TV | 3/10/23 | Panama City Beach leaders are taking additional measures to crack down on the chaos at the beach during spring break. Thursday evening, officials voted to close a portion of the sandy beach from 10 p.m. to 4 a.m. Boardwalk Beach Resort to Churchwell Drive will be closed between those hours.
Panama City Beach Police arrest more than 250 so far this spring break season
Yahoo! | 3/15/23 | PCPD has already have arrested more than 240 adults and a dozen juveniles for a variety of crimes, described as being "traditional spring break criminal offenses, which includes disorderly conduct, driving under the influence, possession of narcotics, underage drinking and drinking alcohol on the sandy beach in March, which is illegal in PCB.
Texas officials have told residents Mexico is too dangerous to visit for spring break
NPR | 3/12/23 | The Texas Dept of Public Safety has urged residents to avoid spring break travel to Mexico, warning that drug cartel violence and other crime pose a significant safety threat. U.S. citizens who decide to travel to Mexico are encouraged to register with an embassy or consulate before they go.
What the early arrival of red tide could mean for spring break across the Tampa Bay area
WUSF | 3/7/23 | The untimely arrival of red tide during the spring break period might concern some visitors to the greater Tampa Bay region. The latest reports from state environmental officials say the algal bloom has drifted as far north as Sand Key, just south of Clearwater Beach.
Florida police crack down on party-goers on spring break
NY Post | 3/5/23 | As college students across the US flock to warmer weather in Florida for spring break, authorities across the Sunshine State are preparing for the influx by announcing new rules, curfews, and additional police. Miami, Panama City Beach and New Smyrna are discussed.
Spring break 2023: Is it safe to visit Mexico?
News Nation | As Americans prepare to pack up the books and hit the beaches, many are hearing an increasingly strong warning from the U.S. Government: think twice before traveling to Mexico.
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