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Central Florida Political Pulse - Orlando SentinelTALLAHASSEE — Florida Republicans are going to court to get Democratic Cocoa Mayor Mike Blake out of the House District 51 race against Rep. Steve Crisafulli, R-Merritt Island. GOP lawyer Richard Coates filed a lawsuit in Leon County Circuit Court...
Sentinel School Zone - Orlando SentinelWith Walt Griffin taking over as superintendent of Seminole County public schools next month, it's no surprise that someone would have to be hired to replace him as director of high schools. That will be Mike Blasewitz, currently principal of Winter...
The TV Guy - Orlando SentinelWMFE, the former provider of PBS in Central Florida, plans to sell the license for TV's Channel 24 to the University of Central Florida. The UCF Board of Trustees is scheduled to vote on the deal Monday. Then the Federal Communications Commission must...
Central Florida Political Pulse - Orlando SentinelTALLAHASSEE — The week of qualifying for federal and state posts isn't halfway over, but a handful of Central Florida's more interesting contests are becoming official. So far, Democratic former congressman Alan Grayson and Osceola County...
If a Brevard County legislator gets his way, Florida will completely overhaul its alimony laws. And some of the biggest winners could be wealthy men who cheat on their wives. The bill would forbid judges from considering adultery when determining...
Tags: Lawyers, Tiger Woods, Divorce, Melbourne, Adultery
Orlando Sentinel Food EditorThere are times when the view from a restaurant's dining room can upstage the kitchen's best efforts. It's a bonus that ups the ambience for wonderful eateries and that little something extra that can make an OK destination over-the-top. It is a "myth...
Tags: SeaWorld, Concerts, Beaches, Trips and Vacations, Mount Dora
My experiences with sand castles are inauspicious. On the beach, I'm more likely to have sand kicked in my face than to employ it in the creation of some miniature architectural gem. My lumpy, cup-shaped mounds of mud are quickly washed away and, trust...
KTLA NewsBREVARD COUNTY, FL -- Three people have died this summer after suffering rare infections from a waterborne amoeba that destroys the brain. This is the time of year when there is an uptick in cases. The amoebas flourish in the heat -- especially during...
FloriDUHThey'll steal anything. Anything Lakeland cops are looking for someone with egg on their face. Authorities say someone swiped swan eggs from the nesting swans on Lake Morton and Lake Mirror in downtown Lakeland, according to a news release from the...
Blog-o-nomics - Orlando SentinelBoard members of Workforce Central Florida — at least some of them — have a busy few days ahead of them. They begin today interviewing finalists for the agency's CEO position. The selection committee last week identified 10 candidates it...
Central Florida Political Pulse - Orlando SentinelAn article in the Tampa Tribune reports that George LeMieux pressured then-Gov. Charlie Crist into appointing him to fill out the vacant U.S. Senate term in 2009 rather than appoint then-Lt. Gov. Jeff Kottkamp, leading the campaign of LeMieux's current U....
Taking Names the Blog - Orlando SentinelIn Sunday's column, I mentioned that I was glad that Gov. Rick Scott had brought in an outside prosecutor to look at the case involving Trayvon Martin and George Zimmerman. My reason: I simply don't trust Seminole-Brevard State AttorneyNorm Wolfinger ...
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