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  • Legislature convenes rushed redistricting special session

    Legislature convenes rushed redistricting special session
    TALLAHASSEE -- Lawmakers released a re-drawn congressional map Thursday which would shift the contours of seven U.S. House districts spread throughout Central Florida. On the first day of a court-ordered special session, House Speaker Will Weatherford,...
  • UCF alumna returns to judge 'Spelling Bee'

     UCF alumna returns to judge 'Spelling Bee'
    Theatre UCF welcomes back a familiar face for its production of "The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee", taking place on the UCF Main Stage from July 10-20, and again Aug. 21-24. The musical centers around six middle-school spelling champions and...
  • July job cuts smaller than last year

    July job cuts smaller than last year
    July job cuts in Florida totaled 719 compared with 785 during the same month last year, Challenger, Gray & Christmas said Thursday. But the global outplacement firm said cuts year-to-date rose to 14,720, compared with 13, 165 during the same period in...
  • Nuevas rutas a Orlando y Tampa

    Nuevas rutas a Orlando y Tampa
    Megabus.com, la compañía de autobuses conocida por sus tarifas de $1 de ida, está planeando su primera parada en Fort Lauderdale. Megabus ofrecerá servicio diario de Hollywood a Orlando y Tampa a partir del 7 de agosto. El viaje duraría unas cuatro...
  • Black GOP candidate finds whitefaced campaign poster

    Black GOP candidate finds whitefaced campaign poster
    A black congressional candidate was shocked to find that someone spray painted one of her campaign signs in Jacksonville so her face would appear white, according to WJXT4. Glo Smith, who is running to represent Florida's 5th congressional district,...
  • Pickleball popularity on the rise in Delray Beach

    The Picklelball craze combining the best of badminton, racquetball and tennis is becoming popular for residents of all ages and abilities at Pompey Park Recreation Center and Delray Beach Community Center. The game can be played indoors or outdoors...
  • Miami rail link deserves state funding

    Miami rail link deserves state funding
    If there's one decision the Florida Department of Transportation should backtrack on, it's the refusal to use state funds to build a needed link that will bring commuter rail service to downtown Miami. At issue is the $44 million needed to build a...
  • Florida attorney general enlists help of doctors in human-trafficking battle

    Florida attorney general enlists help of doctors in human-trafficking battle
    She was just a child of 13. A prostitute. And an apparent victim of human trafficking. Last September in Boynton Beach, the girl told investigators how she fell into a relationship with a 27-year-old man and was lured into a life of prostitution....
  • Florida courts gear up to deal with border children

    Florida courts gear up to deal with border children
    WASHINGTON Florida immigration courts, swamped by a growing stream of unaccompanied children who illegally crossed the Southwestern border, are creating "rocket dockets" to quickly decide whether they should be sent back to their turbulent homelands....
  • Democrats wrong to rip Rick Scott on train

    Democrats wrong to rip Rick Scott on train
    Three years ago, after Gov. Rick Scott turned down $2.4 billion in federal funds for a high-speed rail link between Orlando and Tampa, leading Democrats blistered the new Republican chief executive — rightly — for squandering thousands of...
  • Alligator hunt opens at Loxahatchee

    Alligator hunt opens at Loxahatchee
    Hunters headed out in boats on a stormy Friday evening for the first alligator hunt in the history of the Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge. "We're not leaving tonight with anything less than a 12-footer," said Bishop Wright Jr., of West Palm Beach,...