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  • Schools, water, jobs are key issues in state House District 28 race

    Schools, water, jobs are key issues in state House District 28 race
    Republican voters in east Seminole County will choose between two conservatives running for the state House who basically agree on the major issues backed by the party. They both promise more local control of education, better protection of the region's...
  • Hands-On Learning At Engineering Camp In New Haven

    NEW HAVEN - It might look like the teens at University of New Haven's engineering camp are playing with Legos and toy helicopters, but what they're doing isn't child's play. For the past two weeks, 25 high school students from across Connecticut have...
  • SpaceX rocket blasts off from Cape

    SpaceX rocket blasts off from Cape
    The SpaceX rocket launched into orbit during Tuesday's overnight hours, carrying a communications satellite to support customers in China, India, Southeast Asia and the Middle East. The Falcon 9 rocket lifted off from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station'...
  • Candidate hopefuls set to Hob Nob at event

    Leadership Lake County is sponsoring its bi-annual Political Hob Nob during which voters can mingle with candidates and take part in a straw poll on Aug. 14. The event is set for 5 to 8:30 p.m. in the Magnolia Room at Lake-Sumter State College's Leesburg...
  • Tribune Publishing begins new era with new leaders

    Tribune Publishing begins new era with new leaders
    On Monday, Tribune Publishing spins off from Tribune Co. and starts a new chapter as a stand-alone company. Its stock begins regular trading on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol TPUB on Tuesday, which is also when its board of directors...
  • 'Sixties: The Space Race' postponed

    'Sixties: The Space Race' postponed
    CNN will delay the premiere of "The Sixties: The Space Race" for coverage tonight of the Malaysia Airlines crash in Ukraine. "The Sixties" episode explains how the United States fell behind the Soviet Union in space exploration, then caught up and first...
  • Larry Printz: Are you ready for your road trip?

    August is to the time of year when Americans pack the car, head on down the road and unwind for a bit of rest and relaxation. Nevertheless, being prepared for a road trip could make the difference between a vacation you'll always remember and one you'll...
  • FCC to Consider Whether to Expand Political Ad Disclosure Rules

    The FCC is fielding comments on whether to require that cable and satellite systems post information about political advertising to the commission's online database. In 2012, the FCC started requiring major TV broadcasters to post such information...
  • Invite these to tailgate

    Back-to-school season usually doesn't deserve a celebration, except by some parents, but it coincides with two other seasons — football and tailgating — with almost universal appeal. So let's celebrate in Parking Lot C with some equipment for...
  • Despite controversy, ESPN's Stephen A. Smith gets even more work

    Despite controversy, ESPN's Stephen A. Smith gets even more work
    Despite being suspended for his comments about domestic violence, you will be able to hear more from Stephen A. Smith, not less. It was announced this morning that ESPN will produce “The Stephen A. Smith Show” for SiriusXM’s Mad Dog...
  • New Leader for NBC's 'Today' Coming Aboard Earlier Than Expected

    A new executive who is expected to function as a sort of chief executive for NBC's venerable "Today" program will be joining the morning-TV franchise earlier than expected. Jamie Horowitz, currently a vice president of original programming and production...