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Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Davin Joseph host free football camp

Davin Joseph was back on the football field Saturday at Hallandale High, his almaJoseph, along with several local coaches mater. ...

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State Capitol Briefs

Afternoon Edition: Wednesday, July 25, 2012 The News Service of Florida   CRIST: EFFORTS TO MAKE IT HARDER TO VOTE 'IMPEDING' DEMOCRACY Efforts to remove voters from the rolls because of possible ineligibility, reduce early voting and other moves that may make it harder to vote are "unconscionable," former Gov. Charlie Crist said Wednesday during an appearance on MSNBC. Crist, an independent who was a ...

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State Capitol Briefs

LAWSUITS CHALLENGING VRA REACH SUPREME COURT ...

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State Farm questioned or rate hike request

State insurance officials and consumer advocates on Wednesday pressed State Farm Florida Insurance Co. over a proposed 57.3 percent increase in rental property premiums when the company is still not writing any new business. ...

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Jeffersons’ star Sherman Hemsley dies at 74

Sherman Hemsley, who played the brash George Jefferson on “All in the Family” and “The Jeffersons,” died Tuesday at 74, his booking agent said. ...

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Mariah Carey Joins American Idol as A New Judge

Mariah Carey will join American Idol as a new judge, it was announced today in a statement distributed at the Television Critics Association Press Tour in Los Angeles. ...

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The Westside Gazette and The Mayor Jackson Comments about the Colorado Masacre (Audio)

The Westside Gazette and The Mayor Jackson Comments about the Colorado Masacre (Audio) ...

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Scott shuts down TB Center in the middle of an outbreak

Florida’s population is growing, but its infrastructure and state services are crumbling. Governor Rick Scott has a plan to attract businesses and corporations with inexpensive state services and low state taxes ...

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An Exclusive Westside Gazette Interview

It looks like it is going to be one explosive year in the world of politics. Historians and political pundits have estimated that more money will be spent on this November’s upcoming elections than at any other time in United States history. ...

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