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  • 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...
  • Osceola County approves $67.5M in bonds for UCF 'smart sensors' research center

     Osceola County approves $67.5M in bonds for UCF 'smart sensors' research center
    The Osceola County Commission took a big step toward creating a 100,000-square foot research center that would develop smart sensors for cars and appliances, voting Monday to approve up to $67.5 million in bonds to fund the project. The board unanimously...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Rosen College of Hospitality Management graduate degree gets online treatment

    Rosen College of Hospitality Management graduate degree gets online treatment
    Graduate students of the University of Central Florida's Rosen College of Hospitality Management can now opt to take classes entirely online. Until now, students studying for a degree in Hospitality and Tourism Management had a limited number of classes...
  • UCF med students get hands-on experience helping uninsured

    UCF med students get hands-on experience helping uninsured
    Every other Thursday night, UCF medical students don their white coats and practice what will one day be their real job. They see patients, run labs and schedule appointments at Grace Medical Home, which sees Orange County working poor who have no...
  • Eagles promote Marynowitz to VP of player personnel

    Eagles promote Marynowitz to VP of player personnel
    After an exhaustive national search, the Philadelphia Eagles finally found their new personnel man right in their own building on Thursday. They promoted Ed Marynowitz to vice president of player personnel. Marynowitz, 30, joined the Eagles in 2012 as...
  • Free FAFSA help sessions are taking place across the region

    Free FAFSA help sessions are taking place across the region
    Need help applying for financial aid? The FAFSA paperwork can be grueling and time-consuming for students to fill out. But it's also required if students bound for college want to see if they can receive federal grants, work-study and loans. FAFSA...
  • Dead period ends with lively beginning entry into recruiting

    Dead period ends with lively beginning entry into recruiting
    High school coaches throughout South Florida know college coaches are coming. Some don't know when they're coming. Or what schools are actually coming. They do know, however, it was only a matter of time. Several schools in Broward and Palm Beach County...
  • State leaders tour downtown Orlando's UCF campus site before crucial vote

    State leaders tour downtown Orlando's UCF campus site before crucial vote
    During a tour designed to pitch the University of Central Florida's plans for a downtown campus, several state education leaders voiced plenty of support Thursday but also raised questions. UCF President John Hitt and Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer were among...