Here are some of the best stories from the past week for the NBC 6 Weekend Digest:

Coyote in Weston raises concerns

A coyote lying in a backyard of Weston has caused concern and the town is now reminding residents to remain cautious.

The best thing to do when you meet a coyote is to leave them alone because they are probably looking for food, according to DiPaolo. If you are hungry, the coyotes can become restless.

The Weston coyote was probably fully developed.

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Coyote spotted in Weston neighborhoodCoyote spotted in Weston neighborhood

A girl reunited with a Yorkie stolen southwest of Miami-Dade

An 8 year old girl found the puppy she had had for Christmas after the surveillance video captured her from the garden.

Arlene Borenstein of NBC 6 was able to reunite Natalie Gonzalez and her beloved dog on Tuesday morning. The beautiful moment was filmed.

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The crew of NBC 6 meets a girl with a stolen puppyThe crew of NBC 6 meets a girl with a stolen puppy

Record number of firearms in hand luggage; Ft. Lauderdale Airport in the Top 10

The TSA said that screening officers seized a record number of guns in hand luggage in 2018 and that passengers at a South Florida airport were among the worst offenders.

A total of 4,239 firearms were found in checkpoint bags across the country in 2018, an average of 11.6 firearms a day, according to figures released Thursday by the TSA.

Of the top 10 airports where firearms were discovered in 2018, Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International ranks 7th, with 96 firearms seized, 80 of which are loaded.

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Adult son declared by mistake dead, loses benefits of Medicaid

When the son of a local man was declared dead by mistake, he lost all his critical benefits. NBC 6 Responds stepped in to help.

"Within 48 hours, I received a call from DCF telling him that Adryan was going to be reactivated immediately," Father said. "I did not think it was going to happen, but yes, I was pretty shocked."

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Man declared dead by mistake loses benefitsMan declared dead by mistake loses benefits