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Carlton: A week of tin-eared politics
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Carlton: A week of tin-eared politics

Republicans meddle in Amendment 4, Stacy White ducks blame, David Straz plays Thurston Howell III. The week that was.
Published: 03/23/19
Carlton: The long, strange trip of Rob Lorei and WMNF
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Carlton: The long, strange trip of Rob Lorei and WMNF

Supporters decried last month's firing of the respected journalist, and the station heard them.
Published: 03/22/19
Pinellas education news: Big honor for Largo principal, environmental workshops and more

Pinellas education news: Big honor for Largo principal, environmental workshops and more

News and notes about K-12 schools and colleges in Pinellas County.
Published: 03/21/19
Fish, water, poop, plants: Krinn Technical brings its programs together through aquaponics.

Fish, water, poop, plants: Krinn Technical brings its programs together through aquaponics.

The school-wide project will showcase the skills learned in academic and technical programs throughout the New Port Richey campus.
Published: 03/21/19
With a Friday deadline to choose a president, USF sprints to find out more about the candidates

With a Friday deadline to choose a president, USF sprints to find out more about the candidates

The four finalists to be the University of South Florida's next leader share their ideas before a search committee. But the process is far from over.
Published: 03/20/19
Updated: 03/21/19
Carlton: Two Tampa parents were found insane when they killed their kids. So what was in John Jonchuck's heart?
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Carlton: Two Tampa parents were found insane when they killed their kids. So what was in John Jonchuck's heart?

Before John Jonchuck, a mother who strangled her two children and a college student whose newborn drowned in a dorm toilet successfully argued insanity. Is the act itself proof?
Published: 03/20/19
Vaping by Hernando County students more than doubled last year. Can school leaders find a fix?

Vaping by Hernando County students more than doubled last year. Can school leaders find a fix?

A 128 percent growth in vape-related incidents reflected a major nationwide uptick that saw more than 3 million high-schoolers vape in 2018.
Published: 03/20/19
St. Petersburg College joins Year Up Tampa  Bay to help young people rise
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St. Petersburg College joins Year Up Tampa Bay to help young people rise

The program seeks to provide training and internships
Published: 03/19/19
Updated: 03/21/19
Farm-to-school could be a win-win for Hernando County schools and local growers. But getting it to work may take time.

Farm-to-school could be a win-win for Hernando County schools and local growers. But getting it to work may take time.

A federal grant last year planted a seed for a produce partnership, but it hasn't quite taken root.
Published: 03/19/19
Carlton: How is a tax battle like a fight for civil rights? And other news
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Carlton: How is a tax battle like a fight for civil rights? And other news

A commissioner compares a tax fight to civil rights, a journalist awaits his fate, and on Gasparilla groping allegations, nothing but crickets.
Published: 03/17/19