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  • Orlando’s Curbside Chef food truck voted fan favorite at Healthy Food Truck Rally

     
    Clarito Macalalad, owner/operator of Orlando's Curbside Chef, was selected fan favorite food truck at the “Healthy Food Truck Rally” at the Health & Wellness Center at Florida Hospital Wesley Chapel grand opening on Sunday Jan. 6. More than 5,...
  • Bill Nelson talks to News 13 about Marco Rubio

     
    Sen. Bill Nelson talks at Florida Hospital last month. Photo credit: Ricardo Ramirez Buxeda/Orlando Sentinel THIS POST HAS BEEN UPDATED: In public-affairs programming this weekend: ***Sen. Bill Nelson discusses the economy, the sequestration cuts and...
  • Hospital poll shows support for Medicaid expansion

     
    TALLAHASSEE — A new poll by the Florida Hospital Association is showing that 62 percent of Floridians support expanding Medicaid to more low income individuals under the Affordable Care Act. “Floridians believe that everyone should have access...
  • AT&T, Genting, Internet cafes and Big Sugar pay the most to lobby

     
    TALLAHASSEE — Companies, interest-groups and local governments paid $123 million to lobby the Florida Legislature last year, led by phone giant AT&T, Malaysian casino giant Genting, U.S. Sugar Corp., and an Oklahoma-based Internet sweepstakes cafe...
  • Hospitals plug Medicaid expansion as economic growth

     
    TALLAHASSEE — The state's hospitals made the pitch Friday that accepting federal Medicaid dollars available to states willing to insure more poor people under the Affordable Care Act will be an economic engine for Florida. The Florida Hospital...
  • PSC to address FPL settlement with big power users

    Working around Yom Kippur, Florida's Public Service Commission on Thursday scheduled Sept. 27 and 28 to consider a proposed settlement Florida Power & Light reached with big power users. FPL had reached a settlement with the Florida Industrial Power...
  • Workforce boards could lose local control

    Workforce boards could lose local control
    Workforce One and Workforce Alliance, workforce boards in Broward and Palm Beach counties, could lose local control, if proposed state legislation continues to gain steam. Florida's latest legislative session kicked off on Tuesday. Gov. Rick Scott and...
  • Luchando por corazónes más sanos en el sur de Florida

    Luchando por corazónes más sanos en el sur de Florida
    Lo que nunca en su vida imaginó Ivette Bova es que al despertar en una mañana de abril del año pasado, con tan sólo 31 años, iba a sufrir un ataque al corazón. Tras ser transportada de emergencia, ya en la cama del hospital, mientras toda su vida le...
  • Surgeon killed in murder-suicide at Florida Hospital parking garage

    Surgeon killed in murder-suicide at Florida Hospital parking garage
    Police are still investigating a murder-suicide in a parking garage at Florida Hospital in Orlando that left a doctor and gunman dead on Thursday afternoon. The doctor was identified as 41-year-old Dmitriy Nikitin, who Florida Hospital described as a...
  • Pat Williams: More about his blood disease

    Pat Williams: More about his blood disease
    A month ago, Pat Williams had never heard of multiple myeloma. Now he's intimately familiar with the blood disease. Diagnosed with the disease after a physical in January, the 70-year-old Orlando Magic executive is undergoing chemotherapy twice a week...
  • Teresa Jacobs wants to rebrand county

    Teresa Jacobs wants to rebrand county
    At Orange County Mayor Teresa Jacobs' second job summit last week, she heard everything from how the county needs to offer domestic partner benefits to how government needs to keep weekend or night hours to increase access for business owners. It was...