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  • Buddy Dyer: most-wanted guest

    Buddy Dyer: most-wanted guest
    Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer will talk to three local public-affairs programs this weekend. The lineup: Dyer and Florida Citrus Sports CEO Steve Hogan are Greg Warmoth's guests on "Central Florida Spotlight" at 12:30 p.m. Sunday on WFTV-Channel 9. Dyer...
  • Expanded health coverage merits push from leaders: Editorial

    Expanded health coverage merits push from leaders: Editorial
    The Florida Legislature's new top officers, Senate President Andy Gardiner of Orlando and House Speaker Steve Crisafulli of Merritt Island, began laying out their policy agendas after they formally took charge of their chambers in Tallahassee this past...
  • State mistakes lead to tragedies, but relief often elusive

    State mistakes lead to tragedies, but relief often elusive
    Janet Pandrea died on April 2, 2002, from complications due to the chemotherapy she received for non-Hodgkin's lymphoma. But the 65-year-old woman did not have cancer. A jury found Coral Springs Medical Center liable for the mistake that ultimately...
  • An emboldened Scott and enlarged GOP majority will get to work in Tally

    An emboldened Scott and enlarged GOP majority will get to work in Tally
    TALLAHASSEE -- Gov. Rick Scott stood on a stage and pledged to bring Floridians together after squeaking out another 1.1 percent victory over an outmatched Democratic opponent. But in reality, Floridians voted for business as usual in the State Capitol....
  • Will gambling pact be renewed? It's a roll of the dice

    Will gambling pact be renewed? It's a roll of the dice
    TALLAHASSEE — Re-upping a lucrative gambling deal between the state and the Seminole Tribe could become a crapshoot when lawmakers return to Tallahassee next year. The so-called compact, signed in 2009 giving the tribe exclusive rights to conduct...
  • Legislature faces difficult discussion on gambling deal

    Legislature faces difficult discussion on gambling deal
    Re-upping a lucrative gambling deal between the state and the Seminole Tribe will be a crapshoot when lawmakers return to Tallahassee next year. A portion of the agreement, called a "compact," signed in 2009 giving the tribe exclusive rights to...
  • Secret emails show how scheming costs you millions

    Secret emails show how scheming costs you millions
    Last week, as my family gathered around a perfectly cooked turkey with crispy, garlic-rubbed skin and moist white meat, I gave thanks. For my family. For our health. And for Chapter 119 of the Florida Statutes. Why that last one? Because that...
  • Forget fans, ads: Look at records in governor's race

    Forget fans, ads: Look at records in governor's race
    Our governor's race has already made national news for being one of the nation's nastiest and costliest. Last week, we added stupidest ... in true Florida style. A two-man debate proceeded with just one man on stage for about five minutes while the...
  • Redistricting Redux in the courtroom

    Redistricting Redux in the courtroom
    TALLAHASSEE -- The authors and critics of Florida's re-drawn congressional map were back in a courtroom Wednesday haggling over the same seat that sparked their two year legal fight: the African-American-leaning district of Rep. Corrine Brown, D-...
  • UCF's Hitt: $200M downtown campus is a key goal

    UCF's Hitt: $200M downtown campus is a key goal
    University of Central Florida President John Hitt made it official Tuesday, announcing to community and business leaders that UCF will push to build a campus in downtown Orlando that could ultimately cost as much as $200 million. UCF has been studying...
  • Judge tosses lawsuit challenging school-voucher expansion

    Judge tosses lawsuit challenging school-voucher expansion
    TALLAHASSEE -- A Leon County judge dismissed a lawsuit filed last July that challenged a wide-reaching school-voucher expansion state lawmakers passed in the final day of session. Circuit Judge Charles Frances ruled that Florida Education Association...