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  • Arnold Palmer anniversary, smart sensors: weekend topics

    Arnold Palmer anniversary, smart sensors: weekend topics
    In local public-affairs programming this weekend the topics range from politics and health to smart sensors and human trafficking.
  • How much have you paid toward failed nuclear projects?

    How much have you paid toward failed nuclear projects?
    So, you're a Duke Energy (formerly Progress Energy) customer and you want to know how much you've paid toward two failed nuclear projects? My Saturday column revealed that since 2009, I've paid about $500 toward the boondoggle known as the proposed...

    Records show overlap between campaign cash and legislation

     
    International Speedway Corp. is trying to win millions of dollars in tax breaks from the Florida Legislature this spring for an expansion of Daytona International Speedway. And the company found a perfect way to show off the racetrack: Free tickets to the...

    Scott opposes FPL-backed renewable energy "tax"

    Scott opposes FPL-backed renewable energy "tax"
    Gov. Rick Scott opposes legislation that would allow utilities to charge customers for renewable energy projects, his office told the Sun Sentinel today. "One of Governor Scott's top priorities is protecting the taxpayer. Whether a tax comes in the...

    What will Florida nuclear power plants learn from Japan?

    What will Florida nuclear power plants learn from Japan?
    As federal regulators continue to look for lessons from Japan's nuclear disaster, critics are pleading for changes in three key nuclear emergency areas. It matters to Floridians because the state has five reactors, four of which are slated to expand,...