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In The News Today - April 11, 2016

In The News Today – April 11, 2016

FLORIDA PUBLIC EMPLOYEES Herald Tribune: Senate president aims to restore Bright Futures scholarships TALLAHASSEE – Rebecca Landau and Katelyn Ericsson are two Florida State University students who may benefit from incoming Senate President Joe Negron’s ambitious plan to boost Florida’s state university system. READ MORE Tampa …






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In The News Today - April 7, 2016

In The News Today – April 7, 2016

FLORIDA PUBLIC EMPLOYEES Orlando Sentinel:  Orlando emerges as second home for Florida State football TALLAHASSEE — Florida State linebacker Ro’Derrick Hoskins often made the short trip to the Orlando Citrus Bowl when he was in high school. READ MORE CNN: Florida firefighters rescue ‘Smokey Junior’ from brush fire …






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In The News Today - April 5, 2016

In The News Today – April 5, 2016

FLORIDA PUBLIC EMPLOYEES Daily News:  Florida prison officer stabbed in ambush at Columbia Correctional Institution; guard hospitalized in assault by inmate  An emergency crew airlifted Shane Biancaniello, 41, to a hospital from the Columbia Correctional Institution in Lake City, sources told the Miami Herald. Inmate Joseph Simms stabbed …






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In The News Today - April 2, 2016

In The News Today – April 2, 2016

FLORIDA PUBLIC EMPLOYEES Palm Beach Post: Three more Zika cases in Florida, including 5th pregnant patient The new cases of the mosquito-borne disease were contracted by a person in Broward County and another in Polk County. State health officials do not identify where pregnant patients live. …






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In The News Today - March 30, 2016

In The News Today – March 30, 2016

FLORIDA PUBLIC EMPLOYEES ABC:  Lightning Strike Injures 3 South Florida Firefighters Boca Raton Fire Rescue Services Assistant Chief Michael LaSalle told The Palm Beach Post (http://goo.gl/9Taa2e) the firefighters were responding to a backyard fire sparked by lightning Tuesday afternoon when another strike occurred. READ MORE …






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In The News Today - March 29, 2016

In The News Today – March 29, 2016

FLORIDA PUBLIC EMPLOYEES Bradenton Patch: Florida Zika Virus Cases Climb To 75 TALLAHASSEE, FL — The total number of confirmed cases of Zika virus cases in the Sunshine State has reached 75. That number reflects the latest data released by the Florida Department of Health on …






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In The News Today - March 28, 2016

In The News Today – March 28, 2016

FLORIDA PUBLIC EMPLOYEES Miami Herald: Opa-locka’s ‘shadow’ force moves millions in city contracts When the builder of a community center desperately needed to get paid nearly $1 million from Opa-locka, he received a call from the city’s most influential power broker READ MORE Orlando Sentinel: Orange schools …






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In The News Today - March 26, 2016

In The News Today – March 26, 2016

FLORIDA PUBLIC EMPLOYEES Eye On Miami: Horror Story in Florida State House District 118: Lynda Bell Rumor. By Geniusofdespair It is rumored that the toxic former County Commissioner Lynda Bell will join the toxic David Rivera in this race… As for the Democrats, they appear to have …






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In The News Today - March 25, 2016

In The News Today – March 25, 2016

FLORIDA PUBLIC EMPLOYEES Palm Beach Post: Scott signs body camera bill inspired by Corey Jones, 32 other bills into law Gov. Rick Scott today signed 33 bills, including one inspired by the shooting death of Corey Jones that requires law enforcement agencies to set policies and procedures for …






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