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SEMINOLE — Nearly five years after the U.S. Supreme Court deemed it legal for corporations and unions to spend limitless amounts of cash to help influence elections, the airwaves are awash in nasty attack ads.
ST. PETERSBURG — If the protests and strongly worded letters are any indication, the public isn’t happy with Duke Energy.
Greenlight Pinellas critics like to portray the transit plan as a boondoggle that will fund empty buses and build an archaic rail system few people will use.
Making appointments to the Florida Supreme Court and to state appellate courts are among the most lasting and consequential decisions that governors make.
RIVERVIEW — At least 17 students and two bus drivers received minor injuries when one Eisenhower Elementary School bus rear-ended another one from the school Wednesday morning.
WASHINGTON — A surly electorate that holds Congress in even lower regard than unpopular President Barack Obama is willing to “keep the bums in,” with at least 365 incumbents in the 435-member House and 18 of 28 senators on a glid...
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George Sheldon, who represented the Tampa area in the state House before holding government offices in Tallahassee and Washington, defeated Perry Thurston of Fort Lauderdale in the Democratic primary for Florida attorney general.
TAMPA — As the last votes rolled in during Tuesday’s primary election, one of three races for Hillsborough County School Board — the countywide District 6 — was so close it looked like a recount may be required.
TAMPA — Charlie Crist’s convincing win over Nan Rich in the Democratic primary for governor sets the stage for the most expensive gubernatorial race in Florida history — and one of the nastiest....
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