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  • ICYMI: MacManus on GOP voters, and top I-4 questions for presidentials

     
    TALLAHASSEE — In case you missed it yesterday, University of South Florida political scientist Susan MacManus posted a useful statistical guide on Sayfie Review for people who may not realize that a Republican presidential primary in Florida is a...
  • Four Central Florida teams head to Florida-Alabama Challenge

     
    Winter Springs, Trinity Prep, Pine Castle Christian and Kissimmee Osceola — all ranked in the first Sentinel Super Six of the season — will be playing this weekend in the Florida-Alabama Softball Challenge in Panama City Beach.  There will...
  • Van Halen in Philly: Even with diminished talent, it's still an entertaining show

     
    Someone once compared the over-the-hill boxing match between George Foreman and Gerry Cooney in the 1990s as an offer to see a late-life Elizabeth Taylor nude: Yes, they’re kind of old and kind of fat, but hey, how much are......
  • Wayward dolphin will be left to find its own way back to sea

     
    The wayward dolphin that accidentally swam into the Bolsa Chica wetlands will -- for now -- be left to find its own way back to sea after rescuers concluded that the 7-foot mammal was strong and healthy and that attempts......
  • FSU’s Seminole Boosters spring tour to head to Orlando

     
    We'll have a bit more on this the closer we get to May 12, but for now, if you're in Orlando (or one of the many other cities listed below), keep your eyes peeled for a chance to see and hear Florida State coach Jimbo Fisher and other FSU athletics...
  • Outrage erupts over South Korean plans to hunt whales

     
    South Korea has announced plans to hunt minke whales off its shores under a loophole in whaling rules for research, outraging environmentalists and prompting rebukes from Australia and New Zealand....
  • White House announces expedited improvements at ports of Miami and Jacksonville

     
    Gov. Rick Scott has been pressing the federal government for the past 18 months to help the state expedite dredging projects at the ports of Jacksonville and Miami to ready them for new deeper-draft cargo ships that will be coming through a widened Panama...
  • Fineout: Crist delays special session, doesn’t like insurance bill

     
    Capitol reporter Gary Fineout with the Florida Tribune caught up with Gov. Charlie Crist in Panama City on Monday, and here are the highlights: Gov. Charlie Crist's running battle with the GOP-controlled Florida Legislature appears unlikely to end anytime...
  • Puerto Ricans seek documentation as birth certificates expire

     
    By Víctor Manuel Ramos, Orlando Sentinel June 7, 2010 Retiree Felicita Rodríguez has traveled from Panama to Russia in the past year and a dozen other destinations to compete in international domino tournaments that have become a full-time hobby. W...
  • Panama Canal Nearing Completion

     
    June 12, 1910: Work continues on the Panama Canal, an example of American ingenuity, where the slogan is “1915 or Bust.” Also on the jump, a Times editorial against picketing by strikers. The Times’ staunch opposition to picketing will be a factor...
  • Can Panhandle save its bays from oil?

     
    By Kevin Spear, Orlando Sentinel PENSACOLA BEACH — Looking from a distance like the notch on a gun sight, St. Andrews Pass is the 1,500-foot-wide gap that enables boats, fish and tidal currents to slip back and forth in a straight shot between the Gulf....