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Florida School Districts Grapple With Budget Cuts

Posted: 04/25/2011 - Completely virtual 7th period classes. Teacher furloughs. Layoffs of hundreds of school employees. Four-day school weeks. Fewer school buses. Those are just a few of the options Florida schools districts are mulling to close budget gaps that range from $6 million to $144 million.

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2 Weeks Left Plus 0 Budget Conference Equals Worry: Fla. Weekly Roundup

Posted: 04/25/2011 - With their Senate colleagues taking a week off to observe Passover and Easter, House members last week did some heavy lifting as the Republican-led chamber pushed through controversial measures on growth management and elections over a cacophony of dissent from Democrats who could do little but pound their chests.

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Alligator in Bathroom

Posted: 04/25/2011 - An alligator finds its way into woman's bathroom.

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Stroller Hit

Posted: 04/24/2011 - Baby dies after truck hits stroller in Florida

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Tar Balls

Posted: 04/24/2011 - Tar balls wash up on two South Florida beaches

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Abandoned Fields 2011

Posted: 04/23/2011 - Some adventurers spend Saturday running, biking, crawling, paddling and even braving wildlife in a race to the finish line.

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Office Thief

Posted: 04/23/2011 - The former office manager for a Fort Lauderdale veterinarian has been sentenced to more than three years in prison for stealing hundreds of thousands of dollars from the business.

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Tax Suit

Posted: 04/23/2011 - Court: Navarre Beach property can be taxed

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Mental Health and Substance Abuse Cuts

Updated: 04/23/2011 - Mental health advocates and economists say spending cuts in the senate’s budget plan would cost the state more in the long run. The Florida Senate wants to cut $210 million from mental health and substance abuse programs.

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Court Charges Untrue

Updated: 04/22/2011 - During debate a week ago, numerous Florida House members blamed Florida’s Supreme Court for delays carrying out the death penalty as a reason to add judges to the court. But since the debate, any delay in justice has little to do with the state’s highest court.

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