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In The News: Private School Voucher Expansion, MI Affirmative Action Struck Down, Local Bank Merger, FCAT Test Delays

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Pedro Bravo listens as the prosecution gives opening statements in his murder trial in courtroom 1B of the Alachua County Criminal Justice Center Tuesday, August 5, 2014.  (Doug Finger/The Gainesville Sun/Pool)

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In the News: VA Research Awarded Grant, Iraq War Veteran Sues Fla., Winter Park Autistic Residents Abused, Adrian Peterson NFL Suspension, Florida Universities Need $45 Million for Bright Futures

VA, UF using $4.5 million grant for brain research – After receiving a $4.5 million, five-year grant, the National Veterans Affairs Brain Rehabilitation Research Center put on an open house to display their ongoing work. Studies included research on the [...]


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Department of Corrections launches Inmate Death Database

The Department of Corrections launched a Transparency Database on all Florida inmate deaths from the last 14 years. The database, launched Sept. 9, shows the status of investigations and the manner of death. According to Jessica Cary, Director of the [...]


In the News: Overturned Semi Blocks Traffic on 39th Avenue, Mystery Man in Rick Scott Attack Ad Revealed, Largo Commissioner Uses City iPad Inappropriately

Load shifts, semi overturns on 39th Avenue – A load shift caused a semi-truck to overturn on 39th Avenue late Tuesday afternoon, blocking westbound traffic until the truck was towed and sending fluid pouring down the road. No one was injured. [...]


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