Olympic medal winner marvels at the likeness of him “right down the street from where they used to sell slaves.”
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FAMU president Larry Robinson outlined a list of COVID-19 precautions for personnel and students on campus.Photo submitted Syd Kitson By Ryan DaileyNews Service of Florida Saying it is “clear the pandemic is not over,” Florida’s top university system officials are asking students and employees to wear masks on campus and
Politicians roll back environmental protection laws, claiming to fix the supply-chain crisis.
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Formed in June, Fuerza Vecinal is running dozens of candidates for key mayorships and municipal representatives.
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Barbara Allen, who lost siblings and a child in drug-related events, tirelessly works to help others.
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Gov. Ron DeSantis (left) and Seminole Tribe of Florida Chairman Marcellus Osceola Jr. signed a gambling deal in April.NSF file photo By Dara KamNews Service of Florida Two prominent South Florida businessmen and the group No Casinos have filed a lawsuit seeking to block a deal that allows sports betting
Former Gov. Terry McAuliffe is seeking a return to office by linking his wealthy GOP rival Glenn Youngkin to the former president.
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