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Senator Brandes Wants to Repeal PIP Auto Insurance Program, Will Save the State of...

While neglecting vehicle maintenance costs the economy over $2 billion each year, most Florida residents are tied down by expensive policies that prevent them...

Orlando Joins List of Energy-Conscious U.S. Cities By Passing New Legislation

The city of Orlando is making great strides forward to become one of the nation's most energy-efficient cities. Now, new legislation will tackle buildings,...

‘Orlando Shooting’ Named Third Most Popular Google News Search of 2016

In today’s digital world, 93% of all online experiences begin with a search engine, and approximately 12 billion searches are conducted every month in...

Collage Exhibition Explores Queer and Feminine Identity

A collage is a composite image, made up of two or more materials to create something whole. At the Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and...

Are Dwindling Numbers Reason Black Baseball Players Not Taking Knee during Anthem?

Colin Kaepernick started a movement among football players when he chose to kneel during the national anthem. Professional basketball players quickly joined the silent...

After Hurricane Matthew Warnings, Florida Emerges Relatively Unscathed

The threat of Hurricane Matthew has mostly subsided in Florida. While flood and wind damage have ravaged parts of the coast, especially in Jacksonville,...

Thousands Still Without Power After Hurricane Matthew Hits

Thousands of Florida citizens are still without power days after Hurricane Matthew swept along the east coast, complete with 100 MPH winds and torrential...

Pulse First Responder With PTSD Struggles to Get Workers Comp

As a member of the Orlando Police Department Hazmat team, Gerry Realin was dispatched to deal with the aftermath and cleanup of the Pulse...

Florida Couple Still Enjoys Original Wedding Cake After 61 Years of Marriage

Traditionally, the wedding cake is the centerpiece of the reception and symbolizes the love between the bride and groom. For one Florida couple, both...

Study: Health Care For Millions of Floridians Hangs on Election

By Mona Shand, Florida News Service TALLAHASSEE, Fla. - As Floridians prepare to cast their ballots in November, a new analysis looks at the impact...