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  • House Republicans vote to allow offshore oil drilling near Florida

     
    By William Gibson, Washington Bureau House Republicans, including seven from Florida, voted late Thursday to end the ban on drilling along Florida’s west coast. But the bill has almost no chance of becoming law. It would open parts of the eastern...
  • Two cops survive Turnpike shooter

     
    How would you feel if your boss said about you: ???She represents what is good in this world. She is one of the finest human beings I???ve ever known and is an example to all of us about how we should live our lives.??? That's Key Biscayne Police Chief...
  • Congresswoman Wilson creates framework for anti-hazing bill

     
    U.S. Congresswoman Frederica Wilson announced last week that she has created the framework for anti-hazing legislation that she plans to introduce in the wake of the hazing death of Florida A&M University student Robert Champion. Wilson, D-Miami Gardens, ...
  • Where to bet the Kentucky Derby in South Florida

     
    I've never been a big fan of mint juleps, but I love the Kentucky Derby. Since this year's Derby is being run on Cinco de Mayo, I think racing fans will be excused if they substitute tequila for bourbon. But......
  • Regional roundup: Starliner down at Legoland, SpongeBob at Silver Springs, water park near Miami Dolphins

     
    Time for a roundup of news involving attractions that are slightly far-flung from Orlando. + The wooden roller coaster known as The Starliner is disassembled at the site of the future Legoland Florida/former Cypress Gardens. We knew that was going to...
  • Local colleges weigh in on governor’s budget proposal

     
    Officials at Seminole State College say they are “watchful and concerned” about the cuts to education that Gov. Rick Scott made in the state budget proposal he unveiled earlier this week. The school stands to lose $4.5 million next school year...
  • Destination bill revival advances in Senate; chances still nil in House

     
    A last ditch attempt to revive plans for destination casino gaming in Florida survived a committee hearing Tuesday morning, winning a vote to proceed, but with caution. A measure by Sen. Oscar Braynon, D-Miami Gardens, would attempt to bring Las Vegas-...
  • Charlie Sheen: Sheen's Korner charity will launch by helping comatose Giants fan Bryan Stow

     
    Charlie Sheen announces Sheen's Korner charitable foundation, which will launch by raising money for San Francisco Giants fan Bryan Stow. Through Sheen's Korner, former "Two and a Half Men" star Charlie Sheen will donate proceeds from merchandise sales at...
  • Closer look: Florida's congressional delegation

    Florida Delegation The 2010 midterm elections produced a new senator and eight new House members to represent Florida. Only one of the newcomers is a Democrat. Delegation total: 2 senators and 25 House members In 2009/2010: Florida Republicans...
  • Attractions news: Starliner disassembled, SpongeBob coming, water park in South Florida?

    Time for a roundup of news involving attractions that are slightly far-flung from Orlando. + The wooden roller coaster known as The Starliner is disassembled at the site of the future Legoland Florida/former Cypress Gardens. We knew that was going to...
  • Job-search 'boot camp' Thursday at St. Thomas University

    Job-search 'boot camp' Thursday at St. Thomas University
    St. Thomas University in Miami will host a job-search 'boot camp,' open to the public, on Thursday, March 17. The event is from 8:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. in the Evelyn and George Goldbloom Convocation Hall on campus. St. Thomas University is located at...