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  • House NASA bill draws protests ahead of possible vote

     
    A vote on the House NASA authorization bill — seen in some quarters as an attempt to revive the Constellation moon program's controversial Ares rockets – appears to be looming despite protests from 20 members, including Suzanne Kosmas,...
  • Next: Clone teachers

     
    Now here is an idea that Gov. Rick Scott and the budget cutting Florida Legislature should love: Clone teachers. A news release from Intellitar, a Huntsville, AL technology firm says it is working to digitally clone teachers.  Right off the bat I can...
  • Vision Airlines extends $19 fare sale to Florida through Sunday

     
    Due to an overwhelming response from travelers of Vision's $19 seat sale, the airline is extending the promotion through Sunday, March 27, 2011 at midnight, for travel through May 21, 2011. Vision Airlines announced the $19 seat sale to celebrate the...
  • VIDEO: Breaking down Florida State’s regional

     
    Good Thursday afternoon, one and all. A quick note before we get too far into this posting. Florida State learned earlier this morning that Seminoles lefty ace Sean Gilmartin was named a first-team All-American for his dominating efforts this season....
  • “Out of this world” summer experiences for Central Florida teachers

     
    Two Orange County and one Seminole County teacher will have better summer vacation stories than most. Two have been awarded trips to Space Camp and a third has won a four-week stay at The Hermitage Artist Retreat in Englewood, Florida. The two teachers...
  • Is it reasonable to compare Rick Perry to Galileo? [Most commented]

     
    Republican presidential candidate and current Texas Gov. Rick Perry was not shy about his views on climate change during Wednesday night’s debate. (Nor was he when he thought to "pray for rain.") As far as he’s concerned, the jury’s...
  • FDA investigating radiation overdoses

    FDA investigating radiation overdoses
    When Alain Reyes' hair suddenly fell out in a freakish band circling his head, he was not the only one worried about his health. His co-workers at a shipping company avoided him, and his boss sent him home, fearing he had a contagious disease. Only later...
  • Disgruntled Employee Kills 2 in Kraft Food Plant Shooting

    Disgruntled Employee Kills 2 in Kraft Food Plant Shooting
    PHILADELPHIA -- Minutes after a woman was suspended from her job at a Kraft Foods Inc. plant and was escorted out, she returned with a handgun and opened fire, killing two people and critically injuring a third before being taken into custody, police...
  • Summer of space

    Summer of space
    As Kenny Gironda spun, tumbled and rolled around, while alternating between accelerating and slowing down, the people standing nearby became a blur. Kenny, 14, who was strapped in while standing up, kept his head back and his eyes open so he didn't get...
  • Defense technology contractor to expand operations in Bloomington

    Defense technology contractor to expand operations in Bloomington
    Next Wave Systems, LLC, a contract engineering and technology firm, announced today that it will expand operations here, creating up to 60 new jobs by 2014. Next Wave, which specializes in alternative energy software products and integrated defense...
  • Dr. Kenneth P. Johnson, neurologist, dies

    Dr. Kenneth P. Johnson, neurologist, dies
    Dr. Kenneth P. Johnson, former chairman of the department of neurology at the University of Maryland School of Medicine and an internationally known expert on multiple sclerosis who developed new treatments for the disease, died Saturday of cancer at...