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Doing all he can to change the subject amid a number of swirling controversies, President Obama plans to return to New Jersey on Tuesday to survey recovery efforts still underway in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy .
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"Red-light cameras are all about generating revenue, period," said John Bowman, communications director of the National Motorists Association, a nonprofit advocacy group.
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A bio-energy company on the Treasure Coast is calling for Gov. Rick Scott to veto a measure that would repeal the state law requiring most gasoline sold in the state to include nearly 10 percent ethanol.
A Department of Children and Families employee has come under fire for allegedly falsifying a report about Catalina Bruno, the South Florida mother who is currently behind bars for the death of her toddler.
Kenworth of South Florida has opened a new parts and service location near U.S. Route 1 in Fort Pierce, Fla., about three miles east of Interstate 95.
The Institute for the Commercialization of Public Research announced today that it has finalized a funding agreement with BioFront Technologies, producers of diagnostic kits and reagents that detect viral and allergenic proteins for food safety and infectious disease markets.
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Florida Carry, Inc., filed an action to stop Daytona Beach's illegal practice of refusing to return firearms to people, including veterans, who were Baker Acted but found to be no danger to themselves or others.
Memorial Day, the traditional kickoff of the summer travel season, is just days away, and many Americans will take to the roadways and skies during the coming holiday weekend.
A toddler nearly drowned in a pool at a neighborhood day care center on Tuesday.
Florida leads the nation by a wide margin in the number of felons who have served their sentences but cannot vote.
Litigation over kosher food in state prisons welcomed less today by legal order than prohibited, discouraged conduct was decades ago.
Music vet and New Times scribe Lee Zimmerman offers his insights, opinions, and observations about the local scene.
Florida was shut out Tuesday by the National Football League and Major League Soccer.
Two months after contributing $110,000 to Gov. Rick Scott's reelection campaign, an upstart property insurance company is likely to reap a $52 million windfall, paid from the coffers of Citizens Property Insurance Corp.
The westbound outside lane on U.S. Highway 98 west of Big Kahuna's Water Park will be closed from 9 p.m. today to 5 a.m. Thursday as crews make road repairs, according to the Florida Department of Transportation.