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  • Orlando's LED streetlights let stars shine a bit brighter

    Orlando's LED streetlights let stars shine a bit brighter
    In a truly dark sky, meteors scorch the blackness every few minutes, satellites race by in all directions and the dazzling Milky Way appears as an electrified cloud. None of those things is visible from Orlando because its urban lighting smudges the...
  • $200M downtown development would tie into SunRail station

    $200M downtown development would tie into SunRail station
    The company that built ChampionsGate and Hilton Orlando plans to build a $200 million mixed-use project that would tie into SunRail's main station in downtown Orlando, the Orlando Sentinel has learned. Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer plans to announce details...
  • Denied marriage license, man threatened to blow up courthouse, deputies say

    Denied marriage license, man threatened to blow up courthouse, deputies say
    Just call it documentation rage. Allen John Geozos, 52, and his fiancée were trying to get a marriage license at Orange County Courthouse, reports the Orlando Sentinel. Geozos had a veteran's ID and a photocopy of his driver license, but that...
  • In Casey Anthony case, prosecution failed [Most commented]

     
    If you’re angry about Casey Anthony’s acquittal, blame the prosecution, writes Robert Shapiro, a Los Angeles attorney who was part of O.J. Simpson’s defense team. The stakes were raised when the prosecution went for capital murder...
  • Caylee Anthony law to be introduced in Nebraska

     
    Caylee Anthony law may hit the books in Nebraska...
  • Developers target old Pizzuti property for $200 million transit-friendly project

     
    Here's some good economic news for downtown Orlando — provided it ever reaches the ribbon-cutting phase. As my colleague Mark Schlueb reports, the company that built ChampionsGate and Hilton Orlando is planning a $200 million mixed-use project...
  • Photos, Video: Ashton makes it official for State Attorney bid

     
    Former veteran assistant state attorney Jeff Ashton, the cause célèbre prosecutor from the Casey Anthony trial, made it official, Tuesday, announcing he will run against his former boss and long-time incumbent Lawson Lamar for the Orange-Osceola Stat...
  • Rock The Vote, League of Women Voters ready to resume voter registration

     
    Updated 2:25 p.m. 06/06/12 with response from ALEC spokeswoman: not us. Despite having lost a year in their traditional voter registration efforts, the League of Women Voters of Florida and Rock The Vote both pledged in Orlando this morning they will make...
  • UPDATED: Greer appears ready to enter a plea deal

     
    TALLAHASSEE –  We are hearing former GOP Chairman Jim Greer will enter a plea deal in court today. Greer's trial on theft and money laundering charges stemming from his time as Republican Party of Florida chairman was slated to begin this morning....
  • Casey Anthony trial: Trunk-stain evidence may be admissible, judge rules

    Casey Anthony trial: Trunk-stain evidence may be admissible, judge rules
    Evidence about a stain found in the trunk of Casey Anthony's car may be admissible during her upcoming first-degree murder trial, Orange-Osceola Chief Judge Belvin Perry ruled Thursday. The order is one of several key rulings expected from Perry on...
  • Retired professor returns courthouse to defy no-pamphlet order

    Retired professor returns courthouse to defy no-pamphlet order
    What happens when a free speech activist is ignored by the authority he seeks to condemn? That's what happened to Julian Heicklen on Monday — pretty much nothing. No arrest. No confrontation with law enforcement. No civil disobedience quashed by...