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  • New models to aid hurricane-evacuation planning

    New models to aid hurricane-evacuation planning
    Researchers are developing detailed models to predict how populations behave during hurricane evacuations to better plan for the disasters. The models will be used by public policymakers to improve how evacuations are carried out, said Satish Ukkusuri,...
  • Pot Smoking Slims?

    Pot Smoking Slims?
    Study: 22 Million Americans Use Illegal Drugs (Source: CNN) More than 22 million Americans age 12 and older - nearly 9% of the U.S. population - use illegal drugs, according to the government’s 2010 National Survey on Drug Use and Health. The...
  • CNN Poll of Polls: Romney & Cain battle for top spot

    CNN Poll of Polls: Romney & Cain battle for top spot
    Talk about going from zero to 60 in no time. Go back just a month or two, and Herman Cain was near the bottom of the field of candidates in the race for the Republican presidential nomination. Fast-forward to present day, and the businessman, former...
  • Consumer confidence in Florida jumps to a 9-month high

    Consumer confidence in Florida jumps to a 9-month high
    Floridians' consumer confidence returned in December, the highest in nine months, the University of Florida reported Tuesday. Consumer confidence increased three points to 69, with UF researchers saying it reflected a cautious optimism in the economy....
  • Bridging the great divide between home buyers and sellers

    Where do you side in the great real estate buy-sell divide of 2012? If you're a homeowner considering selling sometime in the new year, are you apprehensive that you won't get the price you need or want, and therefore it's possible you won't even try to...
  • State's consumer confidence holds steady after 3 months of declines

    Floridians are still wary of the economy, and their own current financial situation, but at least the state’s consumer confidence didn’t decline for a fourth straight month. Consumer confidence held steady at 68 in May after dropping for...
  • Floridians' consumer confidence jumps in January

    Floridians' consumer confidence jumps in January
    Floridians' consumer confidence  jumped in January with many showing the same level of optimism they had a year ago before their hopes were sunk with a faltering economy, a University of Florida survey found. The UF poll found that overall confidence...
  • Consumer confidence in Florida drops a little in February

    Consumer confidence in Florida drops a little in February
    Floridians' consumer confidence dropped slightly in February after two months of rising optimism, according to a University of Florida survey released Tuesday. Consumer confidence in Florida dropped a point this month to 76. "The pattern of consumer...
  • April is Earthquake Preparedness Month-Insurance

    Gayle Anderson was live in Whittier with Glenn Pomeroy, CEO of the California Earthquake Authority and Paul Schulz, CEO of the American Red Cross Los Angeles Region about their partnership to help Californians prepared for the next damaging earthquake....
  • Earthquake Preparedness Month

    Gayle Anderson was live in Los Angeles at the Red Cross Emergency Operation Center with Glenn Pomeroy, CEO of the California Earthquake Authority and Paul Schulz, CEO of the American Red Cross Los Angeles Region about their partnership to help...
  • Consumer confidence falls again in Florida

    Consumer confidence falls again in Florida
    Floridians' consumer confidence dropped in April for the third month in a row, according to a University of Florida survey released Tuesday. Consumer confidence in Florida dropped a point this month to 73. It had been up to 77 in January before the...
  • The Latino vote is pro-Clinton, not anti-Obama

    The results of Tuesday's primaries brought a renewed and vigorous debate about the Latino vote and the "Latino gap" for Sen. Barack Obama (D-Ill.). States such as California, Illinois, New York, Arizona and New Mexico have very large Latino electorates...