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  • Battle between microbrewers, big beer comes to a head in Tallahassee

    Battle between microbrewers, big beer comes to a head in Tallahassee
    TALLAHASSEE — Beer giants and distributors, a cadre of small brewers and lawmakers are waging a battle over control of a burgeoning craft-brew industry now largely operating under Prohibition-era rules. Ultimately, the Legislature's frothy fight...
  • The business lobby's push for more lawsuit limits runs into resistance in the Florida Senate

    Some of Florida’s biggest businesses are leaning on state lawmakers to pass new limits on civil lawsuits this session, hoping to capitalize while a friendly governor is in office. The business lobby is targeting two measures in particular. One...
  • Sagemont hoops eager for national tournament in NYC

    Sagemont hoops eager for national tournament in NYC
    More than a week before his team's national tournament appearance in the Big Apple, Sagemont guard Prince Ali, a New York City native, claimed to his coach that more than 100 of his supporters had already bought tickets. "At first, I didn't believe him,...
  • House tries to shape up all X-way authorities, not just Orlando's

    House tries to shape up all X-way authorities, not just Orlando's
    TALLAHASSEE -- The Florida House is advancing an ethics reform proposal to impose tighter rules of the road for officials on expressway authorities in some of the state's heaviest-trafficked and problem-plagued metropolitan areas. A Senate plan (SB 230)...
  • Christine McVie rejoins Fleetwood Mac for 33-city fall tour

    Christine McVie rejoins Fleetwood Mac for 33-city fall tour
    Christine McVie  will reunite with her Fleetwood Mac bandmates and tour for the first time in 16 years for nearly three dozen shows across North America, beginning Sept. 30 in Minneapolis and reaching Southern California for two nights at the Forum in...
  • Man admits he stashed $1M of meth in Lake Nona-area home

    Man admits he stashed $1M of meth in Lake Nona-area home
    An illicit drug courier who had more than $1 million worth of methamphetamine stashed at his Lake Nona-area home was recently convicted by a federal judge. Jose Luis Martinez-Romero was arrested in December following a day of surveillance by U.S....
  • Scott signs Florida GI Bill

    Flanked by military veterans, members of the Florida National Guard and lawmakers, Gov. Rick Scott signed into law on Monday the "Florida GI Bill," modeled after the World War II-era program and intended to make Florida the most military-friendly state in...
  • New charter school enters local market

    The Ben Gamla charter schools in South Florida are getting some competition. The Albert Einstein Academy, which opened its first charter school in southern California in 2010, will begin operating its first Florida charter school in the fall, inside the...
  • Two West Orange High students win top statewide theater award

    Two West Orange High students win top statewide theater award
    Two students from West Orange High School are headed to the New York stage. Staci Stout, a junior, and Nate Hicks, a senior, have won Florida's two National High School Musical Theatre Awards for 2014. The two recently performed as Annie Oakley and...
  • Despite Supreme Court victory, wrecked houseboat's owner still fighting

    Despite Supreme Court victory, wrecked houseboat's owner still fighting
    Despite his huge win at the nation's highest court over a year ago, Fane Lozman says he has little to show for it. Feelings of vindication from his U.S. Supreme Court victory aside, the South Florida man says he's still fighting to be compensated for...
  • 03/31: Bankruptcies

    03/31: Bankruptcies
    Chapter 7 Central Florida individuals and businesses that have filed for liquidation under Chapter 7 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code include: Pedro A. Mora-Rosa, D.D.S. Dental Asociates, P.A., doing business as Windermere Palms Family & Cosmetic...
  • 3/30: Deaths in Central Florida

    Lake NELLY BALLESTEROS, 64, Leesburg, died Thursday. Baldwin Brothers Cremation Society, New Smyrna Beach. ELLA MAE HARRIS, 72, Mount Dora, died Friday. Marvin C. Zanders Funeral Home, Apopka. JEANNE FLORENCE PETERSON, 87, Eustis, died Saturday....