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  • Phil Rawlins, Buddy Dyer: Weekend guests

    Phil Rawlins, Buddy Dyer: Weekend guests
    UPDATED: Local public-affairs programs this weekend will look at soccer, teen driving, Orlando's mayor, the arts community and Florida politics. The lineup: Greg Warmoth talks to Phil Rawlins, president of Orlando City Soccer Club, on "Central Florida...
  • Uplifting dumpsters — stinky, depressing politics

    Uplifting dumpsters — stinky, depressing politics
    We'll get to our regular Friday Files, including items on conspiracy theories, unpopular politicians and a death-penalty debate. But first I wanted to tell you about something that has been making me happy lately. Dumpsters. That's right, big ol'...
  • College Park Community Center hosts National Night Out block party

    College Park Community Center hosts National Night Out block party
    Sgt. Scott Smith was fully decked out in the kind of gear that SWAT team members wear, but on this occasion there was no crisis or emergency for the Orlando Police Department officer to respond to. In fact, Smith was expecting a very different kind of...
  • Post your #Orlandoing pics, get in the paper

    Post your #Orlandoing pics, get in the paper
    Orlando City Soccer president Phil Rawlins did it. So did Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer, the Orange County Public Library System's mascot, Amy Kaufeldt and John Brown of Fox 35's Good Day Orlando, the Hard Rock Cafe's Rocky Bearboa and, of course, the...
  • Orlando PD takes part in tactical exercises at Edgewater High

    Orlando PD takes part in tactical exercises at Edgewater High
    It’s every community’s worse nightmare: the explosion of violence at a local school, and lives tragically lost. The sometimes tense situation at Edgewater High School on Thursday was not an actual explosion of violence, but a large-scale...
  • Orlando drops eminent domain action against church, moves soccer stadium farther west

    Orlando drops eminent domain action against church, moves soccer stadium farther west
    The city of Orlando on Monday dropped its eminent-domain fight against a family-owned Parramore church, the lone holdout in the way of the city's plans to build a new Major League Soccer stadium downtown. Instead, Orlando will move the new $110 million...
  • Police, fire to hold tactical training at Edgewater High School today

    Police, fire to hold tactical training at Edgewater High School today
    Don't be alarmed if you see an army of police and fire officials amid loud booms at Edgewater High School this morning. It's just a training exercise to test how well local law enforcement officers can work together during public safety threats. The...
  • Citrus Bowl rebirth more than halfway to goal

    Citrus Bowl rebirth more than halfway to goal
    A lot has happened at Orlando's Citrus Bowl in the 120 days since the old scoreboard was torn down, marking the beginning of the stadium's partial demolition and reconstruction. More than 400 workers a day are on site, rushing to complete a $207 million...
  • Scott touts tax cuts, STEM funding at Orlando Science Center

    Scott touts tax cuts, STEM funding at Orlando Science Center
    Florida Gov. Rick Scott used the Orlando Science Center as a backdrop today to pitch permanent manufacturing tax cuts and increasing science, technology, engineering and math training. Scott's "Jobs for the Next Generation" statewide tour started...
  • Miami rail link deserves state funding

    Miami rail link deserves state funding
    If there's one decision the Florida Department of Transportation should backtrack on, it's the refusal to use state funds to build a needed link that will bring commuter rail service to downtown Miami. At issue is the $44 million needed to build a...
  • Orlando will patch budget hole with tax hike

    Orlando will patch budget hole with tax hike
    If you own property in Orlando, expect your 2015 tax bill to be higher. The Orlando City Council voted unanimously Monday to increase the property tax rate by $1, to $6.65 per $1,000 of taxable value. The owner of a home with a taxable value of $200,000...