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TALLAHASSEE — A small but determined band of students wants to “reset” Florida State University’s presidential search, calling it a “national embarrassment.”
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TAMPA — The “Vote No on 2” campaign fighting legalization of medical marijuana is circulating a video that shows pro-pot kingpin John Morgan in some not-so-compassionate moments during a post-debate party last week....
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TALLAHASSEE — A lawsuit seeking $375,000 from a brain-damaged and paralyzed Broward County man caused a choke-on-his-Cheerios moment for state Rep. Jamie Grant.
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Rene Gonzalez, 76, has led the theater company since its inception in 1959. His decision to bow out left some theater patrons in disbelief. But "even the pope retired," he says.
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TALLAHASSEE — The battle over Bright Futures has begun.
For Kendra DiMaria, a former law enforcement officer with the Bay Pines VA Healthcare System police department, her problems with management began in the summer of 2009 when a supervisor began making sexual innuendos, according to a lawsuit she and o...
PLANT CITY – Florida’s two main rivals for governor kicked their campaigns into gear on Monday as both Gov. Rick Scott and former Gov. Charlie Crist lashed out at each other in an effort to ramp up enthusiasm among core voters.
Betty King Culbreath-Gibbons, who was married to two of Tampa’s most influential men, lived a life of public service.
One of the biggest security challenges the U.S. faces is how to share intelligence in a world where it’s been at war at one point with some of its closest friends, you never know who tomorrow’s enemy will be and espionage, even among al...
ST. PETERSBURG — With the general election barely nine weeks away, Pinellas County’s legislative candidates are hitting the ground running in the days following the primary.
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