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  • Steelers running backs Bell, Blount cited for marijuana possession

    Two members of the Steelers backfield were stopped by Ross Township (Pa.) police this afternoon after a police officer smelled marijuana coming from their vehicle. Running backs Le'Veon Bell and LeGarrette Blount are expected to be charged with...
  • Miles de clientes de Citizens podrían ser cambiados a otras aseguradoras

    Miles de clientes de Citizens podrían ser cambiados a otras aseguradoras
    Miles de clientes de Citizens Property Insurance Corp. podrían cambiarse a otras aseguradoras sin saber que tienen alternativa.   El estado está permitiendo que cuatro aseguradores privados seleccionen y se hagan cargo, en el otoño, de casi 100,000...
  • Florida church cancels funeral after learning man is gay

    Florida church cancels funeral after learning man is gay
    A pastor at a church in Tampa called off the funeral of 42-year-old Julion Evans less than 24 hours after learning Evans was gay, WFLA.com reports. New Hope Missionary Baptist Church in Tampa initially said yes to hosting the man's funeral, but...
  • FDIC, investors claim millions in Old Southern Bank deal

    FDIC, investors claim millions in Old Southern Bank deal
    Former leaders of Orlando's first bank to fail during the U.S. financial crisis have agreed to a set of multimillion-dollar deals to settle allegations they caused the bank's demise, regulators and lawyers confirmed this week. Old Southern Bank...
  • No blackouts for Bucs this season

    No blackouts for Bucs this season
    The Bucs have announced none of their home games will be blacked out, so Orlando will see plenty of Lovie Smith this fall. Teams must sell 85 percent of a game's non-premium tickets to avoid being blacked out in local markets. The Bucs expect to reach...
  • Crist launches 'restore the cuts' bus tour

    Crist launches 'restore the cuts' bus tour
    TALLAHASSEE -- Democratic gubernatorial hopeful Charlie Crist kicked off a three-day, five-media market "Restore the Cuts" bus tour Wednesday featuring the former Republican governor literally riding a school bus across the state. Flanked by "Charlie!"...
  • Florida collegiate baseball team ready to take on Korean team

    Florida collegiate baseball team ready to take on Korean team
    LEESBURG — Three Leesburg Lightning players are part of a team stepping up to the plate, literally and figuratively, in a display of international diplomacy. The Lightning teammates were picked to represent a squad from the six-team Florida...
  • Former junior college receivers take long route to Illinois

     Former junior college receivers take long route to Illinois
    Illinois receivers Geronimo Allison and Martize Barr can't think of much they have in common. "I'm more laid-back and quiet, and he's more obnoxious and loud," Allison said. As roommates, there is no mystery which one is Oscar and which is Felix....
  • Find school zones, bus routes online

    A new online portal provides a one-stop information center for Lake County school bus routes and school zones. To find a student's school zone and if they are eligible for free transportation and bus schedule, visit lake.k12.fl.us/busroutes. School...
  • 9-year-old boy bitten by alligator in East Lake Toho

    9-year-old boy bitten by alligator in East Lake Toho
    A trapper is on the scene this morning of an alligator attack that injured a 9-year-old boy at a St. Cloud lake. Greg Workman of the state Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission said the trapper is "going to try and eliminate that threat and any...
  • Questions, answers on gay marriage's future in Florida

    Questions, answers on gay marriage's future in Florida
    Four Florida judges have declared the state's ban on gay marriage unconstitutional in the past month. And in the coming days, more Florida courts — in Tallahassee, Tampa and West Palm Beach — are expected to weigh in on the same issue. Why...