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Florida Gulf Coast University baseball team's bats caught fire in an 11-4 victory over North Florida on Saturday at Swanson Stadium. Eagles (26-15) grabbed their first lead with a two-run second inning, and they extended it with four-run innings in
The day before, Dave Tollett said the Eagles probably needed to get off to a lead and have some things happen in order to break their Hammond Stadium jinx Tuesday night...Ninth-ranked Florida built a 4-0 fourth-inning lead en route to a 7-1 win in
Florida lawmakers are getting us ready for the zombie apocalypse. At first glance, Senate Bill 296, which allows gun owners to pack heat during civil emergencies, whether or not they happened to have a concealed weapon permit, would seem just another
Even though there is strong political incentive for anti-abortion groups in Florida to aggressively promote their agenda this spring, the opposite is happening. The potential that Democrat Charlie Crist could win this fall's election against
W hy was the state prepared to pay $4 million for such shoddy work? A class-action suit brought by the N.A.A.C.P. and a number of African-American voters in 2001 accused DBT, Harris, and several individual supervisors of disenfranchising black voters.
Rick Scott's awful' poll numbers make Florida Republicans queasy The state of Gov. Rick Scott's poll numbers is . . . sorry. On Tuesday, as Scott kicked off the Legislature's 60-day lawmaking session, he gave the annual state of the state speech, a
Mormon Church increases its land stake in Florida The Mormon church through its subsidiaries now owns nearly 2 percent of Florida with the completion Thursday of a $562 million purchase of more than 382,000 acres in North Florida's Panhandle region.
Associated Press archive / 2007 Tax breaks With the $74 billion state budget flush with growing revenue, Scott and lawmakers are proposing several tax breaks to help consumers. Scott, who has called for $500 million in tax cuts, wants a 10-day sales