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  • Tie the SunRail squirrel is nuts about train safety

    Tie the SunRail squirrel is nuts about train safety
    A slightly frazzled and twitchy make-believe squirrel with a bandaged tail is about to be unleashed on Central Florida to save us all from foolishly playing games with SunRail commuter trains. The squirrel, a 2-foot-tall puppet called Tie, was created...
  • A mandate that is off the rails

    WASHINGTON — Texting while driving is dangerous, especially if you are driving a train. A commuter train engineer was texting on Sept. 12, 2008, near Los Angeles, when he missed a stop signal and crashed into a freight train. Twenty-five people...
  • A Federal Mandate That Is Off The Rails

    Texting while driving is dangerous, especially if you are driving a train. A commuter train engineer was texting on Sept. 12, 2008, near Los Angeles, when he missed a stop signal and crashed into a freight train. Twenty-five people died. Congress...
  • For tax break, Florida gets projects that would have been built anyway

     
    More than two years ago, Florida lawmakers agreed to pay CSX Corp. more than $400 million to acquire the tracks needed for Central Florida's planned SunRail commuter train. As part of the deal, CSX said it would reinvest the money in several rail projects...
  • Senator: Tax break for CSX, Publix, FPL “just looks bad”

     
    Some senators are turning an increasingly skeptical eye towards a nearly two-year-old tax break that supporters said would help lure major new capital investment to Florida but which so far looks more like a windfall for a handful of big companies already...
  • Senate committee to scrutinize tax breaks for CSX, Universal Orlando, Publix and others

     
    The Florida Senate’s Finance and Tax subcommittee plans to scrutinize a dozen different tax-incentive programs this afternoon. The list includes several programs that have been the subject of Orlando Sentinel stories in recent months. Among them: &#...
  • Ethics reform is talked about – but rarely carried out

    TALLAHASSEE -- Ethics reform is a frequently prescribed but seldom swallowed political tonic in Florida. Maybe that will change next year, but history and the alignment of politicians' incentives suggest otherwise. Corruption and cries for reform have...
  • Pebble will cause ripples

    A large tract of land on the south side of LaPorte once supported thousands of jobs and the war efforts of the United States in World War II and beyond. But by the 1950s, employment as well as the importance of the munitions operation at Kingsbury had...
  • Scott names four more transition-team members

     
    Gov.-elect Rick Scott released the names of four members of his transition team this afternoon — but only two of them have ties to Florida. His press release described the quartet as “a team of professionals dedicated to changing the way...
  • Retiree health costs: More businesses, governments sign up for federal help

     
     Thirty more businesses and local government agencies in Florida have signed up for help paying medical costs of their early retirees — people who aren't yet eligible for Medicare. Created by the Affordable Care Act,  the Early Re...
  • Greenbrier Fun Facts

    Greenbrier Fun Facts
    Did you know? - Debbie Reynolds and Eddie Fisher honeymooned at The Greenbrier in 1955. - Princess Grace and Prince Rainier visited The Greenbrier with their children in 1963. - General Dwight D. Eisenhower with a bronze casting of his bust in The...