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While the nation looks for solutions to the problem of rising sea levels, some coastal communities in Florida are taking action to save themselves from sinking into the ocean.
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At Jesuit High's recent Celebration of the Arts event, senior Andy Mahoney claimed Best in Show honors for his Marilyn Monroe watercolor portrait.
"I would allow my son . . . to drive" a Chevy Cobalt, General Motors CEO Mary Barra told a Senate Committee recently.
"As you know, the Florida Senate developed and passed a bill in 2013 that would have created a premium assistance plan as a way to expand coverage," wrote to Florida's Democratic U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson on Thursday.
Charlie Crist's new campaign spokesman quit after less than a week on the job "to pursure other opportunities," the Miami Herald reports.
Tom Vice, corporate vice president and president, Northrop Grumman Aerospace Systems, addresses the media with, from left, Florida State Sen. John Thrasher, Florida Gov. Rick Scott, U.S. Rep. Ron DeSantis and Christine McGlade, Northrop Grumman manufacturing vice president and St. Augustine site manager.
Jacksonville is included in a bill headed to a conference committee that would then head to the U.S. House of Representatives and the Senate to allow for dredging the St. Johns River, officials announced Wednesday at the Jacksonville Port Authority.
Expanding Medicaid to cover thousands of uninsured Floridians has mostly been ignored by Republicans during this year's legislative session, but U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson is making a last-ditch effort to get it done.
In 2012, the most recent year for which data are available, 69 pedestrians and cyclists were killed in the Orlando metropolitan area - lives cut tragically short because we have failed to make common-sense, low-cost investments in safety.
Anthropologists from the University of South Florida examine gravesites at the Arthur G. Dozier School for Boys in Marianna on Sunday.
Perhaps this might induce our elected representatives to create legislation that is genuinely in the interest of the public.
Three Southern Republican governors are writing President Barack Obama to complain about newly announced Medicare Advantage payments.
With the federal government making clear last week that no new Medicaid money is coming Florida's way, legislators say it's important they re-evaluate a new funding model that safety net hospitals say will cost them hundreds of millions of dollars a year.