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Tallahassee (Leon, Florida)

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  • Al Terzi: The 7th Of October, My Very Close Call

    October 7 is a very special day on the calendar at our house.   Over the years, we have, coincidentally, experienced a number of momentous events on this date, events that have brought us great joy or intense grief, and everything in between.   For...
  • Megabus launching service to Orlando, Tampa

    Megabus launching service to Orlando, Tampa
    Megabus.com, the bus company known for its $1 one-way fares, plans its first stop in Greater Fort Lauderdale. Megabus will offer daily service from Hollywood to Orlando and Tampa beginning Aug. 7 — about four hours to Orlando and about five...
  • No: Efficiency cuts carbon pollution and consumers' costs

    The Florida Energy Office, led by Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam, weighed in on conservation goals for big utilities at the Florida Public Service Commission. Utilities are regulated by the PSC, which takes its marching orders from state leaders....
  • Florida effort to teach kids about money needs to go farther

    It's not often lately that Florida is held up as a role model in the world of education. So learning that Florida is the first state to adopt the Council for Economic Education's National Standards for Financial Literacy sounds like rare and welcome...
  • 'American Idol': Tallahassee auditions move

    'American Idol': Tallahassee auditions move
    Because of the weather, "American Idol" will move its Sunday auditions in Tallahassee. Singers now need to be at the Donald L. Tucker Civic Center at Florida State University. The center is at 505 W. Pensacola St. The auditions will run from about 9...
  • Bright Futures promises, FCAT, fundraisers: Letters

    Bright Futures promises High-schoolers and parents should take note of Scott Maxwell's Wednesday column, "Bright Futures keep dimming for Florida students." Many parents will get sticker shock over the next several years when they see the ACT/SAT...
  • Attack ads on schools lack perspective

    If only Florida's public schools and universities were funded as lavishly as the gubernatorial campaigns that are making education funding a centerpiece of their attack ads. As Tallahassee Bureau Chief Aaron Deslatte reported, groups supporting...
  • Lakeland only bidder for FHSAA state basketball; negotiations on

    Lakeland only bidder for FHSAA state basketball; negotiations on
    Four months after all signs pointed to a divorce between the Florida High School Athletic Association and longtime state basketball tournament host Lakeland the two sides will be back at the negotiating table on Monday. Lakeland, which has hosted...
  • OS happening today for July 18, 2014

    Friday, July 18 in Central Florida news. Stories we're working on: The city of Orlando is planning to replace the current parking meters with smart meters. The new meters would take credit cards and offer an app to warn when your time is expiring....
  • Model aircraft buffs in Texas warily eye FAA rules

    FORT WORTH, Texas Darrell Abby carefully wipes down the fuselage of his Curtiss P-40 Warhawk for its first flight of the day. He checks the flaps, wiggles the rudder, pumps in gas and monitors the air pressure for the landing gear. Then he pulls on a...
  • Davie student wins statewide essay contest

    Mia Guarnaccia of Parkway Christian School recently won the Florida Missing Children's Day Statewide Essay Contest. It's the third time in a row a student from the Davie school won the competition for fifth-graders. The topic was "Think Before you Click:...