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  • Former FSU RB James Wilder Jr. arrested according to report

    Former FSU RB James Wilder Jr. arrested according to report
    Former FSU RB James Wilder Jr. was arrested on Sunday. Wilder was arrested on an outstanding warrant related to a charge of driving with a suspended license, according to the Tampa Bay Times. He was booked at 9:41 p.m. and released on $1,000 bail at 12:...
  • Law students at Stetson, FSU have highest Bar Exam passage rates

    Law students at Stetson, FSU have highest Bar Exam passage rates
    Students at Stetson University and FSU performed the best among law-school students statewide on the most recent administration of the Florida Bar Exam, according to exam results that were released today. At Stetson, 85 percent of students passed the...
  • Girls State Tennis Results (April 16)

    Class 3A Girls team scores Niceville 12, Barron Collier 7, Creekside 7, Lakeland 5, Ocala Forest 3, Jensen Beach 2, Pines Charter 1, Venice 1 Championship finals Singles (Semifinal) — No. 1No. 2:No. 3:No. 4.: Hallock (LAKE) d. Vaca (PPC) 6-2, 6-...
  • Olympia boy rallies to claim 4A state singles tennis championship in 3 sets

    Olympia boy rallies to claim 4A state singles tennis championship in 3 sets
    ALTAMONTE SPRINGS — Olympia's Kaden Funk dropped the first set but came back to win the Class 4A overall singles state tennis title Wednesday. Funk (17-0) defeated David Engel of Palm Beach Gardens Dwyer 1-6, 6-2, 6-1 at Sanlando Park. "It's...
  • Cypress Bay girls tennis wins states

    ALTAMONTE SPRINGS — It has been a week of dreams for Marina Stewart, her daughter Katerina and the Cypress Bay girls' tennis team coached by Stewart. In matches delayed by Tuesday's rains, the Lightning rallied on Wednesday morning to win two key...
  • Feds: Victoria's Secret clerk hid skimmer under skirt in credit-card fraud

    Feds: Victoria's Secret clerk hid skimmer under skirt in credit-card fraud
    A clerk at an Orlando Victoria's Secret outlet store used a skimmer to steal tourists' credit-card information and then sell it, federal prosecutors allege. Between Nov. 29 and April 3, the woman hid the skimmer under her skirt at Orlando Premium Outlets...
  • Juan Lynum changes his message in tight Orlando City Council runoff

    Juan Lynum changes his message in tight Orlando City Council runoff
    Attorney Juan Lynum is shifting his campaign for the Orlando City Council to a more populist message after the election last week left him in a tight runoff against a grass-roots political outsider. The new "time for a change" message is a delicate...
  • VA clinic at Baldwin Park should stay open

    VA clinic at Baldwin Park should stay open
    If the bean-counters in Washington need a few reasons to keep the Veterans Affairs clinic near Baldwin Park open when the new VA hospital opens in Lake Nona, I can give them three. Their names are Patrick Egan, Nora Sawmiller and William Perdue Jr....
  • Canvs shared workspace plans July opening in downtown Orlando

    Canvs shared workspace plans July opening in downtown Orlando
    Canvs, Orlando’s first nonprofit coworking space aimed at helping tech startups, is planning to open by July. Founder Phil Holt said the company recently finalized the lease at the Church Street Exchange Building, 101 S. Garland, which has been...
  • Family, friends remember three soldiers killed in Fort Hood shooting

    AUSTIN, Texas Fort Hood officials on Friday officially released the names of the three soldiers killed this week when Spc. Ivan Lopez opened fire on the Army post. Lopez fatally shot himself during a shootout with a military police officer, officials have...
  • 'Verbal altercation' may have led to Fort Hood rampage: Army

    'Verbal altercation' may have led to Fort Hood rampage: Army
    The suspected gunman at Fort Hood in Texas argued heatedly with fellow soldiers before going on a shooting spree that left three dead and 16 injured at the sprawling U.S. Army base, a military investigator said on Friday. Ivan Lopez, a 34-year-old...