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  • Student from Weston accused of raping woman on FSU campus

    Student from Weston accused of raping woman on FSU campus
    A Weston man accused of raping a Florida State University student on campus was arrested at his attorney’s office in Tallahassee early Wednesday evening, authorities said. George Herbert Coloney IV, 19, a student at FSU, is one of two men accused...
  • In fourth season, Mark Turgeon hasn't changed, but Terps' fortunes finally have

    Anniversaries are useful milestones for measuring progress or, in some cases, decline. In that way, college basketball mimics life, with coaches judged, year after year, by how their programs have grown — or not. Come Tuesday night, it will be...
  • Softball: 2015 season preview

    Softball: 2015 season preview
    For the first time since 2009, Palm Beach County didn't capture a state softball championship, but there is reason for optimism this year. Grandview Prep (2A) was the lone Palm Beach County team to reach the state semifinals last season before falling...
  • David Whitley: FSU valued its image more than Brian Bell

    David Whitley: FSU valued its image more than Brian Bell
    VALDOSTA, Ga. — Brian Bell has felt the eyes upon him for two years. Everywhere he goes, people look at him and wonder. Is he a football hero or a murderer? There is plenty of hard evidence for the former and barely a speck for the latter. But...
  • Former Boynton School students to reunite

    Former Boynton School students to reunite
    Many new residents to the city of Boynton Beach know the Schoolhouse Children's Museum as simply that – a museum and learning experience for children. But there is a generation of natives that know the museum in its first incarnation as The...
  • Anti-abortion group uses graphic imagery to make point

    Anti-abortion group uses graphic imagery to make point
    Students who pass UCF's reflection pond en route to class may encounter graphic photos of aborted fetuses this week, as the Genocide Awareness Project makes its seventh stop to the campus. "You see arms pulled off, decapitation, dismemberment, that's...
  • Florida necesita 7,000 médicos especialistas para 2025

    Florida necesita 7,000 médicos especialistas para 2025
    Es posible que en el transcurso de los próximos 10 años los floridanos tengan más dificultades para encontrar un médico especialista, según sugiere un nuevo estudio. El estado enfrenta una carencia de médicos especializados — desde psiquiatras...
  • NFL teams to give Jameis Winston a 'fair shake'

    NFL teams to give Jameis Winston a 'fair shake'
    Teams are not letting off-field issues scare them away from possibly drafting Jameis Winston. Or at the least, the franchises in a position to select Winston are not ruling him out because of questions regarding his character and maturity. The Tampa...
  • Don't hide how we pick university presidents

    Don't hide how we pick university presidents
    For decades, Florida lawmakers have talked about changing the public records law to hide the names of people who apply to run our state universities. This year, they may well do it. Their argument is simple. They say no good candidates will apply to...
  • Hays' bill to shield information in college job searches advances

    Hays' bill to shield information in college job searches advances
    A bill sponsored by state Rep. Alan Hays, R-Umatilla, that would provide secrecy for applicants in the early stages of searches to fill high-ranking college and university jobs easily passed a Senate committee this week. The Senate Higher Education...
  • Negative publicity for FSU, Jameis Winston helps Seminoles on recruiting trail

    Negative publicity for FSU, Jameis Winston helps Seminoles on recruiting trail
    Did negative publicity surrounding Jameis Winston and the FSU football program somehow help the Seminoles on the recruiting trail? Jimbo Fisher thinks so. Fisher, the football program and the university routinely took heat from national media that was...