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  • Guns on campus bill clears another hurdle

    Guns on campus bill clears another hurdle
    TALLAHASSEE - Students will be able to carry guns on Florida’s college campuses, and residents without a concealed carry permit fleeing a hurricane would be allowed to bring firearms if bills moving through the Legislature make it into law. Rep....
  • FSU offers Orange City University freshman Lorenzo Lingard, vaults to running back's top three

    FSU offers Orange City University freshman Lorenzo Lingard, vaults to running back's top three
    Orange City University freshman running back Lorenzo Lingard was offered a scholarship by Florida State on Wednesday, and he said FSU and Georgia are his top two schools. "It's one of my top ones, up there with Georgia," Lingard said. It's early in...
  • FHSAA again wrestles with calendar quandary

    FHSAA again wrestles with calendar quandary
    Basketball coaches hit the Florida High School Athletic Association with full-court pressure Monday, using an advisory committee meeting in Gainesville to sound off on a season end date that forces Florida to finish earlier than almost every state in...
  • FAU jumps in state rankings, may get more money

    FAU jumps in state rankings, may get more money
    Florida Atlantic University has climbed from the bottom to the middle of a state ranking system and now could be eligible for millions of extra dollars. FAU tied the University of West Florida as the sixth highest performing of 11 public universities...
  • Lawmakers advance bills on guns for campus, evacuations

    Lawmakers advance bills on  guns for campus, evacuations
    TALLAHASSEE — People will be able to carry guns on Florida's college campuses, and residents without a concealed-carry permit fleeing a hurricane would be allowed to bring firearms if bills moving through the Legislature make it into law. Rep. Greg...
  • UM coach Katie Meier welcomes players into her close-knit family

    UM coach Katie Meier welcomes players into her close-knit family
    — Minutes after her accident, Adrienne Motley knew exactly who she had to call. As she stepped out of her mangled car not far from Miami's campus, the Hurricanes guard understood there wasn't much her family in Virginia could do to help. She didn't...
  • Orlando Science Schools cited for taking kids to the best jobs

    Orlando Science Schools cited for taking kids to the best jobs
    The Ultimate I-4 project is now in the earliest stages of its six-year construction schedule, John Thrasher noted, but it represents something more than just a widening of Interstate 4, he added. The project, he said, will require skilled engineers and...
  • 'Guns in school' bills move ahead despite protests

    'Guns in school' bills move ahead despite protests
    TALLAHASSEE – Lawmakers are shooting for looser restrictions on firearms – and so far, their bills are finding favor in the capital despite opposition from campus groups. A shooting at Florida State University in November prompted...
  • FSU asks court to dismiss lawsuit filed by Jameis Winston accuser

    FSU asks court to dismiss lawsuit filed by Jameis Winston accuser
    FSU’s Board of Trustees requested that a lawsuit filed by the woman who accused Jameis Winston of sexual assault be dismissed. Erica Kinsman, under the name “Jane Dow,” filed a federal civil lawsuit against FSU in January, stating that...
  • New Miss Greater Rockville crowned

    New Miss Greater Rockville crowned
    Seventeen-year-old Danielle Sturgeon said she was in disbelief when her name was announced as the new Miss Greater Rockville, at the scholarship competition held on March 7 at Vernon Center Middle School. Eight contestants from across Connecticut competed...
  • Silly, somber choices blend in summer of '42 memory

    Recent Flashbacks about two lost Orlando landmarks in the Lake Ivanhoe area — the Coliseum and the American Legion Hall — continue to inspire memories, as did a reference to the city's Municipal Auditorium, which is still with us, as part of...