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FAMU marching band remains suspended

Florida A&M University’s Marching 100 band will remain under suspension for at least another year. The university’s president says the band will need to undergo a restructuring phase before it can be allowed back on the field. The school is looking to create a new way of governing its famed band …

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Blame game continues over FAMU drum major death

The criminal investigation into the death of a Florida A & M University Drum major due to possible hazing continues. The incident has damaged the brand of one of the most visible university marching bands in the nation. Now, as law enforcement agencies and the university try to sort out …

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Governor signs controversial elections bill

There are now some major changes to Florida’s election law in effect. Governor Rick Scott signed the bill, passed during this year’s legislative session, into law today (Thursday). The law cuts the number of early voting days in half, but keeps the same number of early-voting hours. Voters must vote …

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Saving sea turtles through relocation

Between 500 and 700 turtle nests across the Northwest gulf coast are being dug up and re-located in an effort to protect baby sea turtles in the path of the oil spill. Though the leaking well has been plugged, there is still a lot of crude floating and coming ashore. …

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