Author Archives: Chip Skambis
Florida Power and Light has requested to raise rates over the next few years.
NASA’s Electric and Magnetic Field Instrument Suite and Integrated Science team has released interesting recordings from the Van Allen belt, a layer of protection around Earth that keeps out radiation. You can hear the sounds here.
Though recently approved to up-charge customers to finance nuclear plant repairs and construction, a spokesman for Progress Energy assures customers that their bills will not cost more, but actually less.
With the “fiscal cliff” looming, many Floridians are concerned about how their financial situations will be impacted.
Expensive tunnels can improve blueberry yields by sheltering the crops from freezes, as well as insects and diseases.
Suzuki GSX-R and Honda CBR motorcycles were targets of recent thefts.
Debris clogging values in wastewater treatment plants costs time and manpower to remove.
Democrat Will Mazzota, a University of Florida student, and Republican Rob Bradley, a lawyer from Clay County are vying for the District 7 senate seat in the 2012 election. The majority of voters slated to vote in the Florida senate District 7 race are Republicans, but the candidates said they are both campaigning the best they can.
The Florida Department of Education’s 5-year plan sets student achievement goals that differ between racial groups.
Four fungal meningitis cases have been confirmed in Florida, according to Gov. Rick Scott. The national outbreak of this disease, which usually results from a spread of a fungus to the spinal cord, has killed eight people.