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  • Adam Hasner vows only two terms if elected to U.S. Senate

     
    Former Florida House Majority Leader Adam Hasner promised an Orange County women's club today that he would serve no more than two terms in the U.S. Senate if he gets elected, and would push for 12-year term limits in Congress. Hasner offered an...
  • Most voters back ‘Caylee’s Law’

     
    TALLAHASSEE — In the wake of the media saturated Casey Anthony murder trial, Florida voters overwhelming support a proposal dubbed “Caylee's Law” that would make it a felony to not report a dead or missing child. The Quinnipiac...
  • For Rick Scott, bad polling numbers are good news

     
    TALLAHASSEE — The good news for Gov. Rick Scott is there was nowhere to go but up. And a new Quinnipiac University poll released Friday morning shows the governor remains unpopular with 52 percent of Florida voters. But his 35 percent job approval...
  • Adam Hasner signs federal term limits pledge

     
    Citing a personal commitment to the people of Florida, U.S. Senate candidate Adam Hasner announced today he has signed a pledge to support term limits for Congress, following up on a promise he made last week in Central Florida. Hasner, the former house...
  • Monday morning reads: Five political stories you should be reading

     
    TALLAHASSEE– Pour your Monday morning coffee and get caught up on any news stories you may have missed this weekend or just hit the Web. Here are five political stories you should be reading today. * Red light camera company runs up lobbying tab...
  • 2010 Quinnipiac Poll Story: Yankees Closed The Gap

    There figures to be a record-low number of sprained ankles among baseball fans in Connecticut this summer. No one seems to be jumping on or off bandwagons around these parts. Quinnipiac University's annual poll of state baseball fans, released Friday,...
  • Dispatches

    Who REALLY Killed the Cougar? And what is the SUV owner covering up, if anything, for the driver? NEW HAVEN — Nothing about the case of the real cougar of Fairfield County — struck by a sport utility vehicle on Route 15 in Milford two...
  • Poll: New Jersey Is Actually A Pretty Good Place To Live

    Poll: New Jersey Is Actually A Pretty Good Place To Live
    Much maligned New Jersey, the butt of jokes about being overrun by roadways, is actually a "very good" or "fairly good" place to live, according to 79 percent of voters, a poll showed on Wednesday. Less a paved paradise and more a jewel of natural beauty...
  • Recent College News

    CORNELL: Cornell University is pleased to announce Chloe Potter of Churchville, MD, graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Agriculture and Life Sciences with the Class of 2011 during Commencement ceremonies in Ithaca, NY, on May 29, 2011. FETCHO:...
  • Head of the Class: High school, college achievements

    Deedra Suchting, of Parkton, was recently presented Hereford High School's highest agricultural honor, the Dekalb Agricultural Accomplishment Award, sponsored by Monsanto Co. Suchting received the award for excellence in academics, leadership and...
  • Jurors Must Follow Strict Death Penalty Guidelines

    Now that Steven Hayes was convicted of capital murder for killing Jennifer Hawke-Petit and her daughters, Hayley, 17, and Michaela, 11, in their Cheshire home, the jury, beginning Monday, must decide whether he should be sentenced to death. In addition...