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ZIMMERMAN TRIAL, ONE YEAR LATER

FROM WIRE AND STAFF REPORTS SANFORD – The five-week trial of George Zimmerman was a top…

Morgan, Cherry inducted

Reporter, publisher are hall of famers SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDA COURIER CORAL GABLES – On July…

APOLLO 11 / 45 YEARS

Man on the moon Astronaut Edwin “Buzz” Aldrin, the second man to set foot on the…

Tampa-based Moffitt among top cancer hospitals

SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDA COURIER TAMPA – Moffitt Cancer Center is the No. 1 cancer hospital…

FLOODING THE BORDER

Obama’s $3.7 billion request to Congress reflects deepening concern about thousands of children, many traveling alone,…

Another ‘stand your ground’ dismissal

Two unarmed men dead; shooter walks BY DAVID OVALLE THE MIAMI HERALD / MCT MIAMI –…

FLORIDA COURIER / OUT AND ABOUT

‘Mario’ at the Supercon Thousands, including this family and friends, attended the Florida Supercon last week…

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DID HE HAVE TO DIE?

DID HE HAVE TO DIE? In the 10th installment of the Florida Courier’s series on Blacks and mental health, we learn that community institutions are building partnerships with law enforcement to prevent needless killings of people with mental illnesses. BY JENISE…

No same-sex marriages in Keys for now

No same-sex marriages in Keys for now By DARA KAM NEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA TALLAHASSEE – Gay couples won’t be able to tie the knot in the Keys any time soon despite a Monroe County judge’s decision last week striking down Florida’s voter-approved…

St. Petersburg hires Clearwater police chief

St. Petersburg hires Clearwater police chief FROM STAFF AND WIRE REPORTS The police chief for the City of Clearwater has been hired to lead the St. Petersburg Police Department. St. Petersburg Mayor Rick Kriseman announced Monday that Chief Anthony Holloman, who has…

DID HE HAVE TO DIE?

DID HE HAVE TO DIE? In the 10th installment of the Florida Courier’s series on Blacks and mental health, we learn that community institutions are building partnerships with law enforcement to prevent needless killings of people with mental illnesses. BY JENISE…

Choked to death?

Choked to death? First responders under fire for watching man die COMPILED FROM WIRE REPORTS NEW YORK – The mourners trickled slowly into the Brooklyn church. Inside, the body of a 350-pound Black man lay in a casket, a…

Deregulation, subprime loans killed Black ownership

Deregulation, subprime loans killed Black ownership SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDA COURIER A new study from sociologists at Rice University and Cornell University found that African-Americans are 45 percent more likely than Whites to switch, due to foreclosure, from owning their homes to…

CBS under fire for lack of diversity in programming

CBS under fire for lack of diversity in programming BY SCOTT COLLINS LOS ANGELES TIMES (MCT) BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. — CBS may be America’s most popular network, but critics claim its new fall lineup doesn’t reflect America. The chairwoman of CBS Entertainment faced tough questioning…

Beyonce and Jay Z’s ‘On the Run’ show to air on HBO

Beyonce and Jay Z’s ‘On the Run’ show to air on HBO BY GERRICK D. KENNEDY LOS ANGELES TIMES (MCT) Beyonce and Jay Z’s HBO concert special will debut Sept. 20. HBO previously announced it would tape a pair of shows from the superstar couple’s “On the Run’’…

Compton reassessing feelings for Dr. Dre

Compton reassessing feelings for Dr. Dre BY ANGEL JENNINGS LOS ANGELES TIMES (MCT) COMPTON, Calif. — Every fall, economics teacher Louis Stewart puts aside the textbooks and gives his students at Centennial High School in Compton a lesson in Dr. Dre 101.…

Waterproof Gadgets

Waterproof Gadgets When electronics and water DO mix, these products are worth a look While it might not seem like a logical choice to bring portable electronic gadgets to the beach or pool, if you choose correctly, anything…

EARTH DAY 2014

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Astronomers discover another Earth-sized planet

Astronomers discover another Earth-sized planet Scientists on mission to find more in a habitable zone BY AMINA KHAN LOS ANGELES TIMES/MCT LOS ANGELES — Sifting through observations from more than 100,000 distant stars, astronomers say they have discovered the first definitive…

Community groups pin hopes on Obama library

Community groups pin hopes on Obama library

There’s a good chance institution will be built in low-income Black neighborhood in Chicago BY DAHLEEN GLANTON CHICAGO…

Latest jobs report indicates Blacks benefiting from improved economy

Latest jobs report indicates Blacks benefiting from improved economy

BY FREDERICK H. LOWE TRICE EDNEY NEWS WIRE An ebullient President Barack Obama said on July 10 that…

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