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  • Lung transplant patients must find care elsewhere

    Lung transplant patients must find care elsewhere
    The 24 patients who have received lung transplants at Florida Hospital were assured in April that they would be able to get their follow-up care there, even though the hospital was closing its 2-year-old transplant program. Last week, however, they...
  • Conor Dwyer taking flight under Michael Phelps' wing

    Conor Dwyer taking flight under Michael Phelps' wing
    BALTIMORE — It is a perfect late spring morning. The sun already has dried out the remains of an overnight rain, and the birds are chirping so loudly, they nearly drown out conversation during an al fresco breakfast outside the Whole Foods in the...
  • USA Football clinic stresses education, common sense, and proper technique

    USA Football clinic stresses education, common sense, and proper technique
    HAMPTON — It's arguably one of the most inspirational sports movies ever. But there is one scene from “Remember the Titans” that USA Football could probably do without. Struggling through two-a-days, one of the Titans' players becomes...
  • Gators ranked No. 39, UF counting on Jeff Driskel to help team bounce back from four-win campaign

    Gators ranked No. 39, UF counting on Jeff Driskel to help team bounce back from four-win campaign
    The Orlando Sentinel's college insider Matt Murschel has ranked all 128 Football Bowl Subdivision teams in the country entering the 2014 season. The Sentinel staff will take a closer look at a new team daily, counting backward from No. 128 to our...
  • Winning SEC at South Carolina would eclipse what Steve Spurrier did at Florida

     Winning SEC at South Carolina would eclipse what Steve Spurrier did at Florida
    Steve Spurrier is about to embark on history this season at South Carolina, where he will become the first coach in the acclaimed annals of the Southeastern Conference to spend a decade or more at two different SEC schools. Not only that, but when his...
  • Florida Hospital named state's top hospital for 2nd year in a row

    Florida Hospital named state's top hospital for 2nd year in a row
    In its 25th annual ranking of the best hospitals in America, U.S. News & World Report identified Florida Hospital as the No. 1 hospital in the state, for the second year running. Orlando Regional Medical Center rose in the ranks to No. 8, up from its...
  • Muschamp, Driskel, Gators need to rise above happy noise

     Muschamp, Driskel, Gators need to rise above happy noise
    The happy Kool-Aid has been served. Would you like the Coach Boom Cherry-Red special? Or maybe a sip of the Jeff Driskel Orange-and-Blue Delight? These classic cocktails all were part of the SEC Media Days buffet (favorite word of every sports writer...
  • Gator freshman CB Jalen Tabor cited for marijuana possession in May

    Gator freshman CB Jalen Tabor cited for marijuana possession in May
    Florida freshman cornerback Jalen Tabor was cited May 27 for misdemeanor marijuana possession, according to police records. Tabor is a five-star recruit from Landover, Md. He was expected to challenge for the starting cornerback job opposite of...
  • Gimme shelter: Man fleeing cops offered bribe to strangers, officers say

    Gimme shelter: Man fleeing cops offered bribe to strangers, officers say
      Cash isn't always king. After Xavier Mitchell, 27, allegedly led Gainesville cops on a chase before crashing into a tree and them hoofing it, he was seeking a convenient hideaway, reports The Gainesville Sun. Mitchell ran into a random home and...
  • 3 charged in $1.5M kickback scheme involving prison food contract

    3 charged in $1.5M kickback scheme involving prison food contract
    State investigators say an Ocoee man and a Gainesville couple bilked the state out of more than $1 million as part of a kickback scheme involving a food-service contract with the Department of Corrections. Thomas Tomblin is accused of using his position...
  • Nurseries draw plenty of partner inquiries in pot business

    Nurseries draw plenty of partner inquiries in pot business
    In western Orange County and across Florida, a handful of veteran nursery owners hold the equivalent of high-stakes lottery tickets — and those owners have become very popular with businesses from across the country eager to be partners in Florida's...
  • Enjoy Native American colorful dance and music

    Get ready for color, music and American Indian lore as the Talako Indian Dancers come to the Leesburg Public Library at 2 p.m. Saturday at the library, 100 E. Main St. The Talako Dancers will entertain with tales of their American Indian heritage. Get...