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  • Race pits Webster's experience vs. McKenna's energy

    Race pits Webster's experience vs. McKenna's energy
    U.S. Rep. Daniel Webster, with 34 years of experience as a lawmaker representing Central Florida, faces Democratic newcomer and former Navy serviceman Michael McKenna, who believes Washington needs fresh energy, especially for military matters.
  • Smart kids do dumb things in Hiaasen's 'Skink'

    Smart kids do dumb things in Hiaasen's 'Skink'
    'Skink -- No Surrender' By Carl Hiaasen. Knopf, 288 pages, $18.99 Incisive social commentary akin to Jonathan Swift's, wrapped in a sly wit and capitalizing on the "only in Florida" goings-on have won Carl Hiaasen legions of fans. And his ability to...

    Port Everglades debuts digital cruise guide

    Port Everglades debuts digital cruise guide
    Travelers thinking about a cruise from Port Everglades now have a new online tool to help in their vacation planning. On Monday the Fort Lauderdale seaport unveiled an online version of its 2015 Cruise Guide publication as well as a new, user-friendly...

    Vote YES on Amendment 1 to support land and water conservation

    Vote YES on Amendment 1 to support land and water conservation
    Floridavoters are facing a number of tough choices on this year's general election ballot. Amendment 1 is not among them. Supporting the Water and Land Conservation Amendment is an easy choice. It's the right call for Florida's future. Amendment 1...

    For Florida House, incumbent candidates are hard to beat

    For Florida House, incumbent candidates are hard to beat
    The governor's race has top billing, but pay attention to the legislative contests as well. The Legislature, even more than the governor, has the power to shape the future of Florida. Much of that power will remain with incumbents, who are hard to beat....