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Sex Education In Hillsborough County: To Teach Or Not To Teach?

With the Florida Department of Health reporting a significant increase in the number of sexually transmitted diseases cases, some are calling for sex education reform. Hillsborough County is…

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Water Street Tampa Chief Responds To Tax Break Allegation

The CEO of the company building the largest development ever in downtown Tampa spoke Friday…

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Great White Sharks Are Moving To Florida For The Winter

Like snowbirds, there's another group that's moving the Florida for the winter: sharks. Shark experts…

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Mystery Condition Leaves Panther Kittens Orphaned

A mysterious neurological condition that impacts an animal's ability to control their hind legs has…

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John Legend Lends Support As Florida Felons Get Voting Rights

Singer John Legend was on hand to lend support Friday as 18 former felons were…

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Oaks Instead Of Palm Trees? Florida’s Iconic Palms Don’t Cut It With Climate Change

They are iconic to Florida, but palm trees offer little shade to urban heat islands…

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On 30th Anniversary Of Berlin Wall’s Fall, New College Students Knock Down Their Own

On the eve of the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, students…

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Following Days Of Destructive Floods, Italy Declares A State Of Emergency In Venice

The Italian government declared a state of emergency Thursday in Venice following the city's worst…

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Betsy DeVos And The High-Stakes Standoff Over Student Loan Forgiveness

The U.S. Department of Education agreed to hand over department records late Thursday to Rep.…

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FBI Reports Dip In Hate Crimes, But Rise In Violence

Updated Nov. 12, 5:25 p.m. ET While the number of reported hate crimes dipped slightly…

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Arctic Blast Grips Parts Of The U.S., With Snow And Record-Breaking Cold

Record-breaking cold and snowfall is numbing many parts of the U.S. from the Great Plains…

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Mystery Condition Leaves Panther Kittens Orphaned

A mysterious neurological condition that impacts an animal's ability to control their hind legs has…

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Republicans Back UF Student President Over Trump Jr. Visit

Leaders of the Republican Party of Florida on Friday sent out a blast email to…

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Sex Education In Hillsborough County: To Teach Or Not To Teach?

With the Florida Department of Health reporting a significant increase in the number of sexually…

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Roger Stone, Political Operative And Trump Aide, Guilty In False-Statements Trial

Updated at 3:20 p.m. ET Roger Stone, a veteran Republican political operative and longtime confidant…

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Health News Florida

Report: Florida’s Lack Of Medicaid Expansion Cost 2,800 Lives

A new report says as many as 2,776 older Floridians died prematurely between 2014 and…

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Hepatitis A Outbreak Adds 58 Cases

Florida had 58 hepatitis A cases reported last week, bringing the total number of cases…

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Florida Gun Activists Rally Amid California School Shooting

Dozens of students from across Florida descended on their state Capitol demanding action on gun…

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What’s In A Name? Health Panel Seeks Clarity on Health Care Providers

Each year, one of the more-heated health care issues in Tallahassee surrounds “scope of practice”…

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BayCare - Everything You Need. Even a Doctor - November

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Environment /Climate Change

Mystery Condition Leaves Panther Kittens Orphaned

A mysterious neurological condition that impacts an animal's ability to control their hind legs has…

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Oaks Instead Of Palm Trees? Florida’s Iconic Palms Don’t Cut It With Climate Change

They are iconic to Florida, but palm trees offer little shade to urban heat islands…

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To Build A Better Python Trap, Researchers Brave Smothering Ferns, Murky Swamps and Hungry Gators

On a steamy August day, Frank Ridgely stands inside a chilly surgical suite at Zoo…

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‘Killer Heat’ Expected To Affect Florida’s Military Bases

A new study calculates how many dangerously hot days the nation's military bases could experience…

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The Buzz on Florida's Honey Bees

Education

Sex Education In Hillsborough County: To Teach Or Not To Teach?

With the Florida Department of Health reporting a significant increase in the number of sexually…

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Betsy DeVos And The High-Stakes Standoff Over Student Loan Forgiveness

The U.S. Department of Education agreed to hand over department records late Thursday to Rep.…

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Tampa’s Cambridge Christian Wins Round Over Pregame School Prayer

A federal appeals court Wednesday overturned the dismissal of a lawsuit about whether the Florida…

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Ahead Of Inauguration, Steven Currall Keeps An Eye On USF’s Future

University of South Florida President Steven Currall is looking forward to his inauguration Thursday, as…

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Florida Living

A Tiny Thai Restaurant In Remote Greenland Serves Up Spice (And Whale Skin Soup)

Suriya Paprajong remembers the day he first set eyes on Greenland. It was the middle…

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The Zest: Beekeepers Talk Shop During Sweetwater Live Event

Josh Harris got his start,  as so many beekeepers do, when a swarm of bees…

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Alligator Hunting: For Two Florida Friends, A Last Chance To Kill An Elusive Beast

There ain’t nothing to be afraid of when hunting a 14-foot alligator. Richie Smith has…

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A Feast for the Eyes: Dalí Museum’s ‘Flavors of Spain’ Exhibition

The Salvador Dalí Museum in St. Petersburg contains more than 2,400 works by the artist.…

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Sierra Nevada

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