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Florida opportunity to end the misuse of the FCAT

State Board of Education will use the appointment of a new state education commissioner to begin work — in bipartisan fashion and with key stakeholders in public education — to end the misuse of the FCAT. ...

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Governor Scott and Florida prepare for the Republican Convention

Republican National Convention will be held at the Convention Center in Tampa ...

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HD 7: Race focuses onprisons, state workers

Florida is in some ways serving as an outlet for the area’s frustration over its diminishing influence and the GOP’s continuing interest in privatizing prisons. ...

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The Crockett Foundation partners with the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. to host its fourth annual Back to School Health Festival

The Crockett Foundation founded by retired NFL players Henri and Zack Crockett partnered with the Zeta Rho Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. (Fort Lauderdale) to host its fourth annual Community Health Festival ...

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Doah Judge hears arguments on elections law

Opponents of the state’s controversial elections law tangled with the Secretary of State’s office ...

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B-CU Interim President Jackson preparing campus for Fall Semester

In approximately three months at the helm, Bethune-Cookman University (B-CU) Interim President Edison O. Jackson has made significant progress in what he calls the university’s “relentless pursuit of excellence.” ...

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Powerball rises to $320 million, fourth-largest jackpot ever

Get your tickets — the Powerball jackpot has grown to $320 million for Wednesday’s drawing, the fourth-largest prize in the lottery's history. If taken as a lump sum, the cash value of the jackpot is $213.3 million, according to powerball.com. The prize grew after no one matched all six numbers in the multistate lottery drawing on Saturday. Although no one hit all six winning numbers — 4, 13, 39, 46, 51 and ...

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Need I say it again……..

Last week I penned an article titled “Show Me the Money. ...

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Miley Cyrus cuts her hair … and gets a new gig?

Aside from NBC's decision to cut away from the Olympics' closing ceremony in order to air the pilot for its new fall show, "Animal Practice," the Internet has also been in a frenzy over Miley Cyrus' new 'do. ...

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Romney did Obama a huge favor

In a classic "Saturday Night Live" sketch, Christopher Walken plays a music producer with just one message for his bands: "More cowbell! I gotta have more cowbell!" ...

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