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  • Jameis Winston working to leave off-field problems behind

    Jameis Winston has spent much of the past two months crisscrossing the nation, sharpening his quarterback skills and trying to convince NFL teams he's learned from mistakes made off the field and ready to become the face of a franchise. A lot of his...
  • RollCall App helps parents keep track of college kids

    RollCall App helps parents keep track of college kids
    The news about the death of a Florida State University graduate from South Florida struck Lisa Thomas in a way she never imagined. She didn't know 23-year-old Ryan Uhre, who died a year ago after an apparently accidental fall into an abandoned building...
  • Palm Beach high school results and schedules

    Steve Walsh will be leaving the sidelines and heading to the front office. In a statement released by the IMG Academy on Monday, the school announced Walsh as its director of football operations. The former Cardinal Newman head football coach spent the...
  • Letters: Give students control

    Letters: Give students control
    Give students control Safety within our college campuses is something very important to me. As a college student, I see news articles about school shootings or instances similar to the Nov. 20 Florida State University library shooting. These incidents...
  • Healey's late goal helps U.S. rally to Arena Soccer win

    Healey's late goal helps U.S. rally to Arena Soccer win
    Blast defender Pat Healey (Calvert Hall, Towson University) scored a sixth-attacker goal with 2:22 left and assisted on Evan McNeley's power-play goal 38 seconds later as the United States rallied for a 5-4 win over the Czech Republic in the WMF Arena...
  • After painful hurdles, FSU's Leticia Romero grateful for chance to help Seminoles push for Final Four bid

    After painful hurdles, FSU's Leticia Romero grateful for chance to help Seminoles push for Final Four bid
    TALLAHASSEE — FSU women's basketball coach Sue Semrau has done this long enough to know that second chances do not come around very often. For Semrau, getting another shot at landing sensational point guard Leticia Romero seemed almost too good to...
  • USC recruiting: Quarterback K.J. Costello commits to Stanford

    USC recruiting: Quarterback K.J. Costello commits to Stanford
    USC must go back to the drawing board. Santa Margarita High quarterback K.J. Costello announced his commitment to Stanford over Michigan and USC on Thursday. “It was definitely a hard decision I made passing [USC] up,” said Costello, whose...
  • Just what we need — more gun bills

    It's not as if anybody saw a pressing need in Florida for more unneeded and dangerous gun bills. But that's exactly what we appear to be getting. Every year, legislators look for another pro-gun bill to pass and another reason to put more guns in...
  • FSU notebook: Alec Eberle works as starting center and more

    FSU notebook: Alec Eberle works as starting center and more
    FSU is trying out different starters at center. Redshirt freshman Alec Eberle was running with the first-team offense during the portion of Saturday’s practice that was open to media. That is a changeup from what FSU had the first day of practice,...
  • UCF med students find out where they will do their residencies

    UCF med students find out where they will do their residencies
    Amy Iarrobino and Erin Kane took two different paths to get to medical school, but they ended up on the same steps at the University of Central Florida College of Medicine on Friday, anxiously waiting to find out which residency program they would be...
  • We must review and improve state's death-penalty process

    We must review and improve state's death-penalty process
    Earlier this week the Florida Senate Criminal Justice Committee voted 5-0 to pass Senate Bill 664, a bill that would require, in capital-case penalty-phase proceedings, that a jury vote unanimously, rather than by a simple majority, to recommend sentences...