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FSUPD Security Officer Robbed Near DeGraff Hall

Posted: 06/15/2012 - On the evening of June 14, 2012 a FSU Police Department Security Officer was patrolling the grounds on the northwest side of DeGraff Hall at approximately 11:06 pm when he encountered a black male (suspect) with a handgun.

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Scott to Growers: E-Verify For Them Would Be 'Foolish'

Posted: 06/15/2012 - Gov. Rick Scott, who said while campaigning for governor that he would require employers to use the federal E-Verify system to check immigration status, now acknowledges that requiring the agriculture industry to use it would put growers at a disadvantage.

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Reaching the Latino Vote in Florida

Updated: 06/14/2012 - Latinos are America's fastest-growing demographic group and nowhere is the fight for their vote more intense than in swing-state Florida.

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Sunshine State: Not So Much

Posted: 06/14/2012 - Things aren’t looking too bright for the Sunshine State when it comes to solar energy. A new report ranks Florida 14th in the nation in new solar production, at a time when the solar industry nationwide is booming.

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Voter Scott: I'm Not Dead Yet

Updated: 06/14/2012 - Six years before he made national headlines, Gov. Rick Scott found himself being purged from voter rolls after local election officials thought he was dead.

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Trial Date Set For FAMU Hazing Suspects

Updated: 06/15/2012 - A judge has set an October trial date for 11 people charged with felony hazing in the death of a Florida A&M drum major.

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Five Questions for State Attorney Angela Corey

Posted: 06/14/2012 - Angela Corey is the state attorney for the Fourth Judicial Circuit in Jacksonville. She's also the special prosecutor in the case of George Zimmerman, whom she charged with second-degree murder in the death of Trayvon Martin.

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FAMU: Ammons Evaluation Will Take Several Months

Posted: 06/14/2012 - The chairman of the state university system Board of Governors is reviewing a response from Florida A&M University on how it intends to move forward with an annual evaluation for embattled President James Ammons, that indicates it may be several months before the review is finished, a BOG spokeswoman said.

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EPA: State's Everglades Plan Meets Federal Approval

Posted: 06/14/2012 - Federal environmental officials told Florida that a revised state plan to improve water quality in the Everglades meets with Washington's approval, and said it may meet a federal judge's order to clean up the ecosystem.

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Citizens Board Picks New President

Posted: 06/14/2012 - Citizens Property Insurance Corp. board members tapped a private sector CEO to lead the state-backed insurer as it tries to relinquish its role as the state's largest property insurer.

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Rep. Wilson to Push Bill to Deter 'Stand Your Ground' Law

Posted: 06/14/2012 - Congressional Democrats from Florida will introduce legislation seeking to force states to repeal "stand your ground' laws that give those under attack more lenient treatment when they've fought back.

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Plane Crashes at North Florida Airfield

Updated: 06/14/2012 - An Air Force CV-22 Osprey, assigned to the 1st Special Operations Wing, crashed at about 6:45 p.m. on June 13th on the Eglin Range, north of Navarre, Fla.

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Lawmakers Could Ok Prison Health Privatization

Posted: 06/13/2012 - With a judge still deciding whether the plan is constitutional, a legislative budget panel this month is expected to consider moving forward with the privatization of prison health services.

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Gas Prices Continue to Drop

Posted: 06/13/2012 - AAA says retail gas prices are dropping an average of five cents a week, and in some areas, prices are nearing three dollars a gallon

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Scott Spoofed, Stays Focused

Posted: 06/13/2012 - Comedians looking for material are finding a boatload in Florida. National comedy programs and late night talk shows are mocking Governor Rick Scott and his policies. As Whitney Ray tells us, the latest came last night when Jon Stewart spent an entire segment of his show cracking jokes about Scott.

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Democrats Fail to Recruit

Posted: 06/13/2012 - This was supposed to be the year fair districts resulted in a competitive election for the Florida legislature, but almost one-third of the House and Senate were elected before the first vote was ever cast. That’s because 50 House and Senate members have no or only token opposition. As Mike Vasilinda tells us, mistakes were made.

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