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Kristen Stewart is best known as the star of the teen blockbuster "Twilight" and the upcoming sequel "New Moon." She plays Bella Swan, a high school student who falls in love with vampire Edward Cullen (played by Robert Pattinson). The films are based on the books by Stephenie Meyer. One of Stewart's first films was "Panic Room" with Jodie Foster. She also starred in Sean Penn's "Into the Wild" with Emile Hirsch.
Kristen Stewart is best known as the star of the teen blockbuster "Twilight" and the upcoming sequel "New Moon." She plays Bella Swan, a high school student who falls in love with vampire Edward Cullen (played by Robert Pattinson). The films are based on the books by Stephenie Meyer. One of Stewart's first films was "Panic Room" with Jodie Foster. She also starred in Sean Penn's "Into the Wild" with Emile Hirsch. « Show less
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  • Will racial diversity on Florida Public Service Commission help FPL customers?

     
    I've said it before, but when it comes to the Florida Public Service Commission, which oversees utilities, I don't see black-and-white. I see green, as in how much money FPL gets from my pocket. Now that the latest two PSC......
  • PSC staff: FPL's base rate hike should have been higher

    PSC staff: FPL's base rate hike should have been higher
    State regulators say that Florida Power & Light should have received $117 million instead of the $75 million base rate hike approved in January. The Public Service Commission rejected most of FPL's record $1.27 billion rate hike request. But FPL said...
  • PSC applicants include former football player, legislators and former regulatory employees

    A former professional football player, three state legislators and several current and former Public Service Commission employees are among 61 people who have applied for two open seats on the PSC, which regulates Florida utilities. The PSC Nominating...
  • Who will regulate your utility rates? PSC nominees go to Crist

    The state is closer to filling two open seats on the Public Service Commission, which is responsible for ensuring your utility rates are affordable and the service is safe and reliable. The PSC nominating council –six legislators and six...
  • Agency staff recommend smaller rate boost for FPL

    Agency staff recommend smaller rate boost for FPL
    Public Service Commission staffers recommended the regulatory agency approve a dramatically lower rate increase for Florida Power & Light on Wednesday – less than one-third of what the utiltiy has proposed. FPL customers would pay $357 million more...
  • Will PSC approve FPL rate hike?

    Will PSC approve FPL rate hike?
    State regulators are scheduled to cap 10 months of debate and hearings with a vote Wednesday on Florida Power & Light's proposal to boost customers' base rates by nearly $1.3 billion. The Florida Public Service Commission decision will come just days...
  • Regulators slash FPL's rate-hike request

    Regulators slash FPL's rate-hike request
    The Florida Public Service Commission approved a $75.5 million base-rate increase for Florida Power & Light Wednesday, all but rejecting the utility's request for a record hike of $1.27 billion. The approved increase is likely to add just pennies to a...
  • Florida utilities leave PSC empty-handed

    This week the Public Service Commission sent a clear message to Progress Energy and Florida Power & Light: For now, the state's largest investor-owned utilities are the ones in the dark. The PSC, which regulates the price of electricity and other...
  • Lawmakers need to keep politics out of public counsel office

    There's something funny going on. At least that's the conclusion you might draw when you hear about what's happening to Florida Public Counsel J.R. Kelly. For the first time in recent memory, a sitting public counsel — the person appointed by...
  • Tourism slogan plays it safe

    Florida unveiled a new tourism slogan last week: "Your Florida Side is Calling." Not exactly knocking your socks off, is it? But then, my guess is the folks at DDB Miami, the advertising agency that devised the $6.1 million campaign for Visit Florida,...
  • Florida’s Blood Centers needs to clean house

    The fate of Florida's Blood Centers President and CEO Anne Chinoda could be decided this week when the center's board of directors is scheduled to meet to potentially discuss a separation package for her. It's clear Chinoda's exit is one step that...
  • Spring training memories: Ray Lankford, a young man intent on making his own history

    ST. PETERSBURG — It's easy to get caught up in the nostalgic relevance of a ballpark that has a history dating back to 1923. Ray Lankford was never smitten by ghosts. He was just a kid from Modesto, Calif., when he first popped up here in 1990,...