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  • Photos, Video: Scott wraps pill mill bill tour in Orlando

     
    In his third ceremony of the day, Governor Rick Scott signed house bill 7095, known as the ‘pill mill bill,' into law in Orlando, during a statewide fly-around that also included stops in Fort Lauderdale and Tampa. At the Orlando signing ceremony,...
  • Ex-Crotty Chief of Staff Rodon applies for X-Way board post

     
    The list of candidates to take a seat on the Orlando-Orange County Expressway Authority now includes former County Mayor Rich Crotty's Chief of Staff, George Rodon. Rodon is among a handful who applied to Gov. Rick Scott's office to take over seat held...
  • Local Republicans want no glory for SunRail

     
    Turnout for the SunRail celebration Monday was most interesting in who was not there. And that list includes every Republican legislator. The only lawmaker there was Scott Randolph, a Democrat (thanks for the correction). House Speaker Dean Cannon didn'...
  • Celebrating SunRail in Orlando

     
    Some notable moments at the kick-off event for SunRail at Florida Hospital's main campus in Orlando: State transportation chief Ananth Prasad, who with Gov. Rick Scott needlessly held up the commuter-train project for months, called Monday's gathering...
  • I-Drive baseball stadium was a joke from the get-go

     
    Teresa Jacobs became the second Orange County Mayor to give the thumbs down to Gutierrez far-fethched plans to build a baseball stadium near International Drive on county property. He tried to sway county offiicials that it was a wonderful thing, since he...
  • Prominent name emerges in Orange Mayor Jacobs’ layoff list

     
    A long-time go-to guy for Orange County ethics and public records issues — Charles Hawkins II — is on his way out. New Orange County Mayor Teresa Jacobs proposed a budget for the next fiscal year that she said would result in layoffs, with...
  • Orange leaders to consider more red light cameras

     
    Orange County leaders should reveal what kind of appetite they have for installing more red light cameras tomorrow — a decision which could put more violators on the receiving end of a $158 ticket if they get caught. Commissioners have ten red-light...
  • Scott Harris: Buddy Dyer, Rich Crotty to speak at service

     
    The other speakers will be Mike Cabbage, a former reporter at the Orlando Sentinel; Carol Stanton, who was Harris' co-anchor at WESH-Channel 2; and attorney Frank Kruppenbacher, who was a regular guest on "The Agenda," Harris' show on Central Florida News...
  • ESPN’s Lee Corso: ‘The NCAA is done’

     
    the NCAA isn’t going to be like it is now,' said Corso, a Central Florida resident. "There's going to be an updated major four streamlined conferences. Sixteen in each conference. Those football conferences won’t have basketball schools in...
  • Crafting the perfect GOP presidential candidate

     
    By Scott Maxwell Think about it for a minute. If you could create the ideal GOP candidate — taking a little something from Republican presidents throughout history — what would he or she look like? Well, that's the question I posed to...
  • X-way’s risky bond deals – No, everyone did NOT do it that way

     
    Today's paper carried a story — “Expressway bonds downgraded” — where leaders of the Orlando-Orange County Expressway Authority tried to claim that the risky bond deals they struck were really just standard practice in local...
  • Gingrich campaign announces Florida leaders, steering committee

     
    The campaign of Republican presidential hopeful Newt Gingrich officially announced that former Orange County Mayor Rich Crotty and former Florida Attorney General Bill McCollum, plus former state health care administrator Alan Levine, would lead his...