Tuesday, August 11, 2020

FROM FATHER TO FOOT SOLDIER

Since the murder of his youngest son, Ron Davis has become a national advocate for justice. BY PENNY DICKERSON FLORIDA COURIER Father’s Day celebrations are tough for...

Former head Rattler turns 80

Educators celebrate Dr. Walter Smith BY JENISE GRIFFIN MORGAN FLORIDA COURIER The Association of Florida Colleges (AFC) is the professional association for Florida’s 28 public community colleges, their...

2015 NBA FINALS

Going to the hole The Cleveland Cavaliers’ Tristan Thompson (13) can’t stop NBA Finals’ Most Valuable Player Andre Iguodala on a third-quarter dunk in Game...

Budget bills readied as session nears end

THE NEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA TALLAHASSEE – After months of sparring and a nearly three-week special session, lawmakers will be able to vote Friday –...

ISLAM’S CIVIL WAR

A year after the so-called Islamic State captured territory in Iraq, experts say that a war is almost inevitable, with Saudi Arabia and the...

Out of control

Cop, Florida principal lose their jobs COMPILED FROM WIRE REPORTS MCKINNEY, TEXAS – Either racist White residents of a community called Craig Ranch and McKinney police...

BLACK MUSIC MONTH 2015

‘Happy Feelings’ coming to Daytona Beach June is Black Music Month, and Daytona Beach will celebrate with a concert on Sunday, June 14, showcasing Maze...

Lawmakers pump up prisons budget by $43 million

BY DARA KAM THE NEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA TALLAHASSEE – While slicing and dicing other areas of the budget, lawmakers plan to boost the state’s spending...

RAISE CASH, GO HOME

President Obama returns to Washington from a quick fence-mending and fundraising trip to Florida to refocus on national security, trade agreements, and the Middle...

It’s rough out here

Black grads face tough job market BY FREDDIE ALLEN NNPA SENIOR WASHINGTON CORRESPONDENT WASHINGTON  – College graduates will enter a job market this year that is better...