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  • Lawmakers pack state budget with Central Florida projects

    Lawmakers pack state budget with Central Florida projects
    The state's proposed $79 billion budget includes more than $150 million for scores of Central Florida projects, ranging from a new student union at Seminole State College to Kissimmee River restoration funding. The Florida Legislature wrapped up...
  • VA building a virtual hospital

    VA building a virtual hospital
    On Heroes' Beach, the water is always calm. The sun is about to set. And there are large bonfires, gently crackling. The bonfires each have a sign perched in front of them: diabetes, asthma, PTSD. A veteran can pick one and sit around with a group of...
  • Teen of the Week: It's all about that bass and no trouble for Falcon alumna

    Teen of the Week: It's all about that bass and no trouble for Falcon alumna
    String bassist Bailey Barcome performed for four years with the Severna Park High School Marching Band. Don't envision someone tossing about a large string bass to the beat of the drumline. In addition to performing in the school's symphonic band...
  • Two video game veterans to talk video game development at FIEA

    Two video game veterans to talk video game development at FIEA
    Want to know what it was like to work on video game mega-hits like Call of Duty or Halo? Two artists from Certain Affinity, which employs several University of Central Florida graduates, will be in Orlando on Friday. The Austin, Texas,-based video...
  • Lake-Sumter scrambles to keep lab construction project on track

    Lake-Sumter scrambles to keep lab construction project on track
    Officials at Lake-Sumter State College are hammering out contingency plans and scrambling to find money to prevent the construction of science laboratories at their South Lake campus from grinding to a halt. The ongoing budget standoff in Tallahassee has...
  • Freebie Friday: Free stuff this weekend

    Freebie Friday: Free stuff this weekend
    Here are your Freebie Friday events and attractions for this weekend and upcoming week.   Event/Festival A Celebration of Olde Florida: photography exhibit and demonstration, living history presentations, live music, authentic food and more. 10 a.m....
  • UCF scholarship established to pay tribute to slain journalist

    UCF scholarship established to pay tribute to slain journalist
    A scholarship fund to pay for aspiring journalists' education has been established as a tribute to Steven Sotloff, the reporter killed by ISIS. Sotloff was a former University of Central Florida student who attended classes from 2002 to 2004. He wrote...
  • Rolling Stones will share spotlight with UCF singers at Citrus Bowl show

    Rolling Stones will share spotlight with UCF singers at Citrus Bowl show
    Paint it Black. Maybe add some UCF gold, too. Twenty-two University of Central Florida singers will perform a song with Mick Jagger and the Rolling Stones during the band's Orlando Citrus Bowl show June 12. No doubt, they will get plenty of...
  • Local projects may snag budget talks

    Local projects may snag budget talks
    TALLAHASSEE — Lawmakers working on a budget are stuck on major differences over health care and conservation spending, but projects in the Central Florida districts of Senate President Andy Gardiner and House Speaker Steve Crisafulli also are...
  • Acid bombs found at UCF's Knights Circle apartment complex

    Acid bombs found at UCF's Knights Circle apartment complex
    Four potentially explosive bottles with acid were found in the parking lot of the university-affiliated Knights Circle apartment complex on Tuesday in what officials suspect was a prank. One building at the off-campus student housing complex was...
  • House, Senate budget talks bog down in Sunday session

     House, Senate budget talks bog down in Sunday session
    TALLAHASSEE — Lawmakers made little progress in Sunday budget negotiating sessions and enter the last fortnight of the special session still needing to bridge large gaps between the House and Senate on health care, education and environmental...