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Tallahassee (Leon, Florida)

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  • 'Canes get commitments from OLs St. Louis, Loftus

    Miami’s push on the recruiting trail continues paying dividends for Al Golden and his staff. The Hurricanes picked up another verbal commitment on Tuesday, this one from 2015 offensive tackle Tyree St. Louis out of Bradenton’s IMG Academy....
  • We Must Do Much More To Rid Campuses Of Sexual Violence

    We Must Do Much More To Rid Campuses Of Sexual Violence
    He received a master's degree from Michigan in social work in 1993 and an MBA from Michigan's Ross School of Business in 2005. He has been involved in athletics management at the highest collegiate level for many years. One could make an argument that...
  • Republican chairwoman suggests Rick Scott too busy to debate primary opponents

    Republican chairwoman suggests Rick Scott too busy to debate primary opponents
    Gov. Rick Scott and his surrogates love to stir up trouble among Democrats with calls for Charlie Crist, frontrunner for the Democratic nomination for governor, to debate primary opponent Nan Rich. But that doesn’t mean Scott has an intention of...
  • Democratic leader working to oust Rick Scott

    Democratic leader working to oust Rick Scott
    Allison Tant, chairwoman of the Florida Democratic Party, doesn't have an easy job. Even though most of the state's registered voters are Democrats, Tant's party doesn't control any of the statewide elected offices, the congressional delegation or...
  • Enterprise Florida's Gray Swoope gets $120,000 bonus

    Enterprise Florida's Gray Swoope gets $120,000 bonus
    The head of Gov. Rick Scott's business-recruitment efforts received a $120,000 bonus on Thursday. The Enterprise Florida Board of Directors approved the bonus for Gray Swoope, president and chief executive officer. His base salary went up by $45,000...
  • Three credit unions growing rapidly

    Three credit unions growing rapidly
    Three of the state's fastest growing credit unions are based in Broward County: City County, BrightStar and Sun credit unions, according to a statewide study. The three grew assets by more than 10 percent last year as a time when nationally the...
  • Will growing opposition stop rail project in its tracks?

    Will growing opposition stop rail project in its tracks?
    All aboard, Florida? Not exactly. It seems every time the folks from All Aboard Florida unveil pretty drawings of a shiny new station, another organized group sprouts to oppose the proposed Miami-to-Orlando rail service. It happened again last week....
  • 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...
  • FSU to pitch in for Winston insurance policy

    The Sports Xchange FSU to pitch in for Winston insurance policy Florida State is helping Heisman Trophy winner Jameis Winston cover payments toward a $10 million injury insurance policy, as approved by NCAA guidelines. The school's Student Assistant...
  • 3rd Florida judge rules gay marriage ban unconstitutional

    MIAMI A third South Florida judge in 18 days has declared Florida's gay marriage ban unconstitutional, ruling the 2008 state amendment a violation of same-sex couples' due process and equal protection "The ruling itself is unambiguous and so is the...
  • 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...