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  • Harriott named Aquinas football coach

    Harriott named Aquinas football coach
    Since 1971 when St. Thomas Aquinas made their first playoff appearance, only four head coaches have walked the Raiders sidelines. Now there is a fifth. Former University School coach and Florida Atlantic University running backs coach Roger Harriott...
  • Teachers library at UCF has fake phlegm, skeletons, more

    Teachers library at UCF has fake phlegm, skeletons, more
    Sure, there are books, worksheets and the other items you typically find in a teacher's classroom, but some things are far more quirky on the shelves of this hidden University of Central Florida library. Yolanda Hood, the woman in charge, pulls out a...
  • Former Baltimore Co. elementary principal charged with stealing from school system

    The former principal of Baltimore County's Edmondson Heights Elementary School has been charged with stealing about $15,000 from the school system, according to court records and school officials. David Proudfoot, 37, was charged Friday in Baltimore...
  • Love Your Shorts: Festival plays Sanford

    Love Your Shorts: Festival plays Sanford
    The Love Your Shorts Film Festival, which starts Thursday in Sanford, will feature 61 works from around the world, including five from Central Florida. The local films are "M-Theory" by TL Westgate of Altamonte Springs; "Monster" by Patrick Fatica of ...
  • Galluzzo elected chief judge in 18th Judicial Circuit

    Galluzzo elected chief judge in 18<sup>t</sup><sup>h</sup> Judicial Circuit
    Oviedo lawyer John Galluzzo, who's been a circuit judge in Sanford for nine years, has been elected chief judge of the 18th Judicial Circuit – Seminole and Brevard counties. Galluzzo, 59, was appointed to the bench in 2006 by Gov. Jeb Bush. He...
  • UCF trustees consider tuition hike for medical school

    UCF trustees consider tuition hike for medical school
    University of Central Florida trustees are considering whether to raise medical students' tuition and fees by nearly 5 percent for the 2015-16 year. The board's committee discussion Wednesday on the issue comes the same week as Gov. Rick Scott's...
  • UCF researchers study children abusing their parents

    UCF researchers study children abusing their parents
    Rosemary Pate installed a lock on her bedroom door to keep her teenage son out. It felt like he held her hostage, she wrote in court documents. Authorities would later find Pate stabbed multiple times on her bedroom floor. Her son, then age 19, was...
  • Oviedo's Audra Duffy leads Lions by setting standards high

     Oviedo's Audra Duffy leads Lions by setting standards high
    When the Oviedo High School girls water polo team practices, one distinct voice can be heard above the splashing and shooting. From the water comes the voice of a leader. She’s directing her team, helping them figure out when to pass and when to...
  • CAIR leader: We decry violence: Front & Center

    CAIR leader: We decry violence: Front & Center
    The last 14 years have been tough for followers of Islam. The fallout after 9-11 and recent incidents including ISIS atrocities and the Charlie Hebdo murders in Paris undercut Islam's trademark as a religion of peace. And it bred scorn and distrust of...
  • Central Florida leaders take Legislature's helm

    Central Florida leaders take Legislature's helm
    TALLAHASSEE — The Speaker of the House and Senate President always wield much power at the beginning of the legislative session, but the current duo — both from Central Florida — hold more sway than most. That could pay off big for the...
  • Academy targets medical prospects

    Academy targets medical prospects
    CLERMONT — Officials gathered Tuesday to tout a new health-sciences academy aimed at Lake County students enticed by the robust job outlook in the medical field. The Lake County school district will join the ranks of Orange, Seminole and Osceola in...