Jury Selected In Clearwater Parking Lot Shooting Case

Jurors and alternates have been sworn in for a manslaughter trial of a white man who fatally shot an unarmed black man during a dispute over a parking…

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Ground Depressions In Pasco Likely Caused By Heavy Rains

Several large holes in the ground have opened in a Pasco County neighborhood. The depressions…

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Gas Prices In Tampa Bay Among Lowest In State, AAA Says

If you thought gas prices have been getting pleasantly low in the last week, you’re…

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Florida’s Big Cats Are Walking Weird; Officials Investigating

Some of Florida's big cats are walking strangely and state wildlife officials need your help…

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Some Florida Lawmakers Late In Disclosing Their Finances

Florida's Democratic lawmakers are proving to be much worse than their Republican colleagues in complying…

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Gov. DeSantis Seeks More Federal Money For Hurricane Irma Cleanup

Gov. Ron DeSantis wants the White House to increase federal reimbursements from 75 percent to…

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Presidential Candidates Discuss Race At Black Journalists Convention In South Florida

Four U.S. presidential candidates came to South Florida on Tuesday to address the National Association…

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Unanswered Questions Leave Californians Worried About Fire Season

Native Californian Leslie Ogden has seen her share of wildfires, but never did the retired…

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Poll: Americans, Including Republicans And Gun Owners, Broadly Support Red Flag Laws

Strong majorities of Americans from across the political spectrum support laws that allow family members…

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This App Aims To Save New Moms’ Lives

The U.S. has the worst rate of maternal deaths in the developed world. Thousands of…

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How To Handle A Massive Seaweed Invasion? Yucatán Towns Get Creative

The water off the coast of the Riviera Maya was warmer than I expected, but…

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Jury Selected In Clearwater Parking Lot Shooting Case

Jurors and alternates have been sworn in for a manslaughter trial of a white man…

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Ground Depressions In Pasco Likely Caused By Heavy Rains

Several large holes in the ground have opened in a Pasco County neighborhood. The depressions…

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Garage Implosion Marks Another Step In Tampa Airport’s Expansion

In a matter of seconds early Tuesday morning, an implosion marked Tampa International Airport’s next…

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Gov. DeSantis Seeks More Federal Money For Hurricane Irma Cleanup

Gov. Ron DeSantis wants the White House to increase federal reimbursements from 75 percent to…

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Haines City Nurses: Clinic Warns Only Speak English Or Be Fired

Seven Puerto Rican health care workers say supervisors at a Florida government-run clinic warned them…

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Hepatitis A Cases Continue To Climb

The number of hepatitis A cases in Florida continues to climb, with 72 new hepatitis…

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State Approves, Nixes Nursing Home Projects

The state gave tentative approval to four nursing-home projects and rejected four others late last…

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DOH Official Put On Administrative Leave

Florida Department of Health Deputy Secretary for Operations Michele Tallent is on administrative leave. She's…

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Environment

Ground Depressions In Pasco Likely Caused By Heavy Rains

Several large holes in the ground have opened in a Pasco County neighborhood. The depressions…

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Proposed Plastic Ban Approved For City-Owned Property In Sarasota

City of Sarasota commissioners have voted in favor of an ordinance to ban Styrofoam and…

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Florida’s Iconic Palm Trees Threatened By Invasive Disease

Florida's iconic palm trees are under attack from a fatal disease that turns them to…

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How Much Hotter Are The Oceans? The Answer Begins With A Bucket

If you want to know what climate change will look like, you need to know…

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Education

8/16/19: School Security, Safety And Mental Health

  Many students across the Sunshine State headed back to school this week, and others…

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Would Free College End The Student Debt Crisis? Tampa Area University Leaders Divided

Americans owe $1.5 trillion dollars in student debt. Some Democratic presidential candidates argue that free…

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What Parents Need To Know About Predators And Social Media

If your child has a cellphone, odds are they spent a good part of their…

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Lawmaker Suggests Armed Guards At Florida Preschools During Heated Parkland Commission Meeting

A state school-safety commission meeting got heated Wednesday as members tackled a range of issues…

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Florida Living

Disney World Has Discount For Visitors Who Want To Sleep In

Walt Disney World is offering discounted tickets to visitors who want to sleep in. Starting…

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The Zest: Florida’s Lobster Season and Robert Is Here Fruit Stand

WUSF's food podcast, The Zest, celebrates cuisine and community in the Sunshine State. Here's what's…

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Do NOT Abandon Ship: How Derelict Vessels Are Clogging Florida’s Waterways

Drivers heading north into Tampa on the Howard Frankland Bridge may have noticed the Moonraker…

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Get A Taste Of Florida’s Wine Industry

Many people may not realize that wine making in Florida is a billion-dollar industry. There…

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