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Pineview Elementary Receives Asthma-Friendly School Award
The Florida Department of Health in Leon County and the Leon County School Board will honor Pineview Elementary, the first school in Leon County to achieve the Bronze Level Asthma-Friendly School Award.
Posted: 10:29 AM
Last of FAMU Suspects in Court
The last of the suspects to be charged with the death of a Florida A & M University drum major during a hazing ritual has a date in court.
Posted: 9:43 AM
FSU Study: The Power of Prayer
Until recently, social scientists have stayed away from studying religion, spirituality and especially prayer.
Univ. of Georgia To Extend Some Domestic Partner Benefits
UGA President Michael Adams says the school will offer dental and vision insurance to domestic partners of UGA employees.
Lincoln Students Make Amends for Vandalism to Local Schools [SLIDE SHOW]
You can still make out the faded Lincoln 2013 that was tagged in green-spray paint on some of the sidewalks at Florida High. It is one of several Tallahassee high schools vandalized last week.
Updated: 7:20 AM
Florida Gov. Will Veto 3 Percent College Tuition Hike
Scott will sign the budget into law on Monday, but is expected to veto numerous spending items.
Florida's First Lady Encourages Summer Literacy Adventures
Program kicks off summer learning at Florida parks and museums.
Three Arrested in School Vandalism Investigation [SLIDE SHOW]
Detectives learned that Fidel Ibeneme, 18, Edmond Adkins,18, and Danial Ibrahim, 18, entered each of the campuses between the hours of 1:30 am and 3:30 am and caused the damage.
Votes Finalized in Wakulla County School Referendum
Official results are in for the special election to levy an ad valorem millage of one half mill to help pay for the school system's operational costs in Wakulla County.
17 Leon Schools Compete To Build Air-Powered Cars [SLIDE SHOW]
The teams are using materials like balloons, CD's, straws and Play-Doh to build an air powered vehicle.
Study: Oil Dispersants May Make Oil Sink Deeper Into Sand
Researchers concluded from the experiments that the presence of dispersants allow oil components to permeate faster and deeper into sands.
Allegations of 'Threatening Remarks' From Bainbridge High Teacher
A letter sent to the Georgia Department of Education claims a teacher at Bainbridge High School used threatening remarks towards two students.
Woman, 91, Graduates From Daytona State College
Some 74 years after graduating from high school, a 91-year-old woman received a bachelor's degree from Daytona State College.
FSU Inducts 63 Into Garnet and Gold Scholar Society
Founded in 2010 by President Eric J. Barron, the Garnet and Gold Scholar Society recognizes well-rounded undergraduate students.
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