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Supreme Court LGBTQ Ruling Could Help Lawsuits Against Military’s Transgender Ban

Groups challenging the military’s ban on transgender service are encouraged by a recent U.S. Supreme Court decision that protects many LGBTQ employees from discrimination. The ruling doesn't directly…

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Florida Tax Revenue Continues To Be Ravaged By Coronavirus Pandemic

State tax revenues showed little improvement in May as the? economy continued to suffer heavy…

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Florida Has Paid More Than $16 Million In Contracts To Private Labs For COVID-19 Testing

Florida has paid $16,279,852 in contracts to private laboratories for coronavirus testing as of Friday…

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Hillsborough County Officials Warn About Local Coronavirus Surge

Hillsborough County officials are reporting a 61 percent increase in coronavirus cases from a week…

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Weather Threatens SpaceX Weekend Astronaut Launch Attempts

Updated 6:54 p.m. SpaceX will try once again to launch two NASA astronauts from the…

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Florida Suspends Alcohol Consumption At Bars Amid Coronavirus Spike

The consumption of alcohol at Florida bars was suspended Friday as Florida reported nearly 9,000…

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First Amendment Group Opposes Webinars On Toll Roads

Open government advocates want the brakes applied to upcoming webinars about controversial toll-road projects, contending…

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NPR

Tracking The Pandemic: Are Coronavirus Cases Rising Or Falling In Your State?

This page is updated regularly. More than 2 million people in the U.S. have tested…

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Bleak UNICEF Report On Kids And COVID-19 … But There Is Hope

A pandemic is hard on everyone. And even though older people face greater risks from…

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Pandemic Stalls New Money For ‘Opportunity Zones’ As Neighborhoods Try To Recover

The economic slowdown caused by the coronavirus pandemic is stifling a federal program meant to…

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How Recommendations Of An Obama Task Force Have, And Haven’t, Changed U.S. Policing

The police killings of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and others — and the wave of…

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Health News Florida

Why Were Some Nursing Homes Spared The Devastation of COVID-19? Depends Who You Ask

Residents and staff of long-term care facilities account for at least 40% of U.S. deaths…

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Hillsborough County Officials Warn About Local Coronavirus Surge

Hillsborough County officials are reporting a 61 percent increase in coronavirus cases from a week…

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Supreme Court LGBTQ Ruling Could Help Lawsuits Against Military’s Transgender Ban

Groups challenging the military’s ban on transgender service are encouraged by a recent U.S. Supreme…

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Airlines Want Flyers To Feel Safe, But Grab Bag Of COVID Policies Adds Turbulence

Tony Scott boarded an American Airlines flight May 25 from Los Angeles to Dallas. It…

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Politics

Florida LGBTQ Advocates Urge State Protections After Landmark Ruling

LGBTQ advocates are hailing Monday’s landmark U.S. Supreme Court decision that gay, lesbian and transgender…

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2020 Elections: Florida’s Qualified Candidates For Federal And State Races

The deadline for candidates to qualify in Florida for state senator and representative races was…

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Gov. DeSantis Dismisses Schumer’s Call For Federal Probe Into Florida’s Unemployment System

Gov. Ron DeSantis dismissed as partisan a request Monday by two Democratic U.S. senators for…

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Gov. Ron DeSantis Says Orlando Would Be ‘Obvious Place’ for Republican National Convention

Governor Ron DeSantis said Wednesday that Florida should tell President Trump “yes” if he asks…

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Environment /Climate Change

EPA Removes Protections For Some Wetlands and Streams

Protections for some wetlands and streams have been rolled back by the Environmental Protection Agency,…

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Gulf ‘Dead Zone’ Forecast Larger Than Average This Summer

Federal scientists are predicting that this summer’s “dead zone” in the Gulf of Mexico will…

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Florida Youths’ Climate Case Against The State Dismissed; Appeal Planned

A group of young people from Florida had their lawsuit against the state over climate…

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A Conservation Win In Sarasota County As Orange Hammock Ranch Is Permanently Preserved

The largest undeveloped property in Sarasota County will remain untouched as conservationists have sealed the…

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Education

Survey: Parents And Teachers Remain Conflicted About Schools Reopening

Florida school districts have begun to release their plans to bring students back to school…

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Public Can Weigh In On Manatee County Back-To-School Plans

For much of the COVID-19 pandemic, Manatee County's school board room has been closed to…

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Parents, Teachers: How Should Florida Schools Proceed With Reopening In The Fall?

School districts across Florida are announcing plans for the coming school year. Some across Tampa…

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Amid New Surge In Florida Coronavirus Cases, Children Resume Sports Across State

Fifteen-year-old softball player Riley Diedrick wanted nothing more than to race alongside her friends. She…

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The State We're In

Action Needed As Coronavirus Surge Intensifies, Public Health Official Says

With more than 100,000 cases of COVID-19 in Florida now, public health experts are saying…

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After DeSantis’ Announcement, School Districts Start Planning For August Reopening

With the start of school just two months away, Governor Ron DeSantis is suggesting public…

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The State We’re In: What Do Recent Protests Against Police Brutality Mean For Central Florida

Angela Herrera and Akristionna King are young activists who have organized the protests in Orlando…

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Legoland’s Reopening Gives Look Into The Future Of Florida’s Theme Parks

Legoland officially reopened Monday and it offered some clues about what theme park fans might…

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