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  • George Zimmerman not guilty in Trayvon Martin's death

    George Zimmerman not guilty in Trayvon Martin's death
    SANFORD – George Zimmerman is a free man. After nearly 16 hours of deliberations over two days, a six-member jury - all women, five of them white – acquitted Zimmerman, the Neighborhood Watch volunteer charged with murdering Trayvon Martin...
  • Florida woman who got 20 years for warning shot released pending retrial

    Florida woman who got 20 years for warning shot released pending retrial
    A Florida woman who became a cause celebre for civil-rights activists after she received a 20-year prison sentence for firing a warning shot has been released on house arrest this week as she awaits another trial. Marissa Alexander's supporters said...
  • House should become bedfellow in 'SYG' fix: Editorial

    If politics makes strange bedfellows, then the state Senate's latest run at Florida's deplorable "stand your ground" law offers — in a good way — a textbook example. On Monday, the Senate Criminal Justice Committee debated a bipartisan...
  • South Florida counties stop non-citizen voter purge

    South Florida counties stop non-citizen voter purge
    The federal Department of Justice ordered a halt to Florida's systematic purge of suspected non-citizens from voter rolls, saying the effort breaks two federal laws. And concerns about the accuracy of the state's list of suspected non-citizens led all...
  • Redistricting: The secrets, lies and shenanigans

    Redistricting: The secrets, lies and shenanigans
    First of two parts Feeling overwhelmed by all this talk of redistricting? Well, the topic may sound complex, even boring. But you have a lot at stake. That's why I've produced: "Lies, secrets and shenanigans: The top 10 ways redistricting affects...
  • Attacking democracy, underpants & Pam Bondi strikes back

    Attacking democracy, underpants & Pam Bondi strikes back
    In today's Friday Files, Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi strikes back against the former investigators who say Bondi's office ousted them for too aggressively going after fraudulent — and deep-pocketed — foreclosure firms in this state....
  • How to draw minority seats is crux of redistricting controversy

    How to draw minority seats is crux of redistricting controversy
    TALLAHASSEE – Democratic U.S. Rep. Corrine Brown was being facetious when she described her meandering congressional district stretching from Jacksonville to Gainesville, Sanford and the outskirts of Orlando as the "most popular" in America. But...
  • It's tough to sugarcoat Florida politicians' shenanigans

    It's tough to sugarcoat Florida politicians' shenanigans
    One thing about politics in Florida: They're never boring. This past week, we saw everything from Rick Scott trying to make nice with the media inTallahassee to legislators making off with your money in New Orleans. Throw in debt-ceiling debate and even...
  • Magic deals, shady pols: Watch both | Video

    Magic deals, shady pols: Watch both | <b>Video</b>
    Does the NBA lockout have you blue? Are you longing to cheer for the Magic? Well, fear not. You may soon have the chance to cheer for the Magic against one of their weakest opponents — the Central Florida Taxpayers. It might not be much of a...
  • Jackson, Halvorson trade accusations over ad, voting records

    Jackson, Halvorson trade accusations over ad, voting records
    A radio ad from Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr.’s campaign that alleges primary challenger Debbie Halvorson is “crazy” for voting 88 times against President Barack Obama prompted Halvorson on Tuesday to accuse Jackson of “lying” and...
  • Sanford police took one position on Trayvon shooting in public, another in paperwork to prosecutors

    Sanford police took one position on Trayvon shooting in public, another in paperwork to prosecutors
    SANFORD — While publicly saying one thing — that they did not have enough evidence to arrest George Zimmerman — Sanford police did essentially the opposite: filing paperwork saying they had enough to charge him with manslaughter. It's...