Sunday, March 29, 2020

Florida leads states in Obamacare enrollment

THE NEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA Florida led the nation with 1.3 million residents signing up for 2017 coverage under the federal Affordable Care Act by...

Contract extension rejected for FAMU president

BY LLOYD DUNKELBERGER THE NEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA TALLAHASSEE – The future of Florida A&M University President Elmira Mangum remained in limbo Wednesday after the school’s...

Court to consider guns in school dormitories

BY JIM SAUNDERS THE NEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA TALLAHASSEE – After a high-profile legislative debate this spring about concealed weapons on college campuses, a state appeals...

Radar finds 145 graves at Tampa high school

OCTAVIO JONES/TAMPA BAY TIMES/TNS Scott Purcell, a senior geophysicist with GeoView, left, and Mike Wightman, president of GeoView, use ground-penetrating radar...

‘NO’ on 1 and 2

Florida Courier analyzes amendments BY THE FLORIDA COURIER EDITORIAL STAFF In our opposition to Amendment 1, we stand in good company, including South Florida Congressman (and...

AFTER THE STORM

Here’s an initial report on Haiti as well as what Floridians need to know as recovery gets underway in the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew. COMPILED...

Supreme Court schedules Ayala arguments

COMPILED FROM STAFF AND WIRE REPORTS TALLAHASEE – The Florida Supreme Court will hear arguments June 28 in a battle about whether Gov. Rick Scott...

WHERE ARE THE BLACK COPS?

In cities statewide, there are relatively few African-American police officers on duty anywhere. Experts say that scarcity contributes to racial tensions and higher incarceration. BY...

‘LEGAL CHICANERY’

A federal judge, in a blistering order, puts a stop to Florida’s rights-restoration procedure in a lawsuit against Gov. Rick Scott that he said...

COLLATERAL DAMAGE

Advocates say children of addicts must not be left behind as the Florida Legislature considers funding the fight against opioid addiction. BY DARA KAM THE NEWS...