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SENATE PANELS DISCUSS BUDGET: Three appropriations subcommittees will discuss budget issues as the Senate prepares to release an initial 2014-15 spending plan.
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Sun Mar 16, 2014
The Orlando Sentinel
Adventist Health to open Florida HQ
Adventist Health System , parent company to Florida Hospital , is consolidating its Florida regional administration from Altamonte Springs and other locations to the Florida Hospital Orlando campus north of downtown at the end of March.
Sat Mar 15, 2014
Gas shortage frustrates local motorists
TOGETHER TO RESTORE A LANDMARK MURAL. WE ARE RUINED BY VANDALS. MOSTRISTS SEARCHING FOR GAS.
Thu Mar 13, 2014
Missing woman found safe in her car's trunk in rural Indian River County
A woman reported missing was found safe in the trunk of her car by deputies in rural Indian River County, but she refused to tell them how she wound up there.
Wed Mar 12, 2014
Missing mom, kids were joyriding when truck broke down
A woman and three children who went missing in Marion County have been found by a sheriff's helicopter, according to the Marion County Sheriff's Office.
2 men, one in Spider-man mask, robbed 7-Eleven
THIS IS "WESH 2 NEWS FIRST AT 4" IN HIGH DEFINITION. TWO A 7-11 CLERKS SURVIVE A HOLD UP WITH TWO MASKED GUNMAN.
Adventist Health names new VP of treasury
Adventist Health System has welcomed a new leader to its executive team. The Altamonte Springs-based health care organization named Jeff Graff the new vice president of treasury.
Altamonte Springs PD searching for 7-Eleven robbers
Surveillance video shows the two men who robbed a 7-Eleven in Altamonte Springs.
WJHG-TV Panama City
Revenge porn is just as bad as it sounds. The act of posting nude or semi-nude pictures online to embarrass an ex carries no punishment in Florida, but one bill would make it a crime.
Tue Mar 11, 2014
Nice, warm Tuesday in Central Florida
OF DECLARING A STATE OF EMERGENCY WHICH WILL HELP HOMEOWNERS PAY FOR NEW SEA WALLS.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
Daytona Beach News-Journal Online
Bill may let ex-cops, vets, carry guns in schools TALLAHASSEE a "...
Military veterans and former law enforcement officers would be able to carry guns in Florida classrooms if they receive additional training and authorization from school leaders under legislation that passed a state Senate committee Monday.
Trayvon Martin's Parents To Address Legislators On "Stand Your Ground" Law
The parents of Trayvon Martin and Jordan Davis are scheduled to testify Monday before a legislative committee considering changes to the state's so-called "stand you ground" law.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
Insurance Journal West
Florida Lawmakers Turn Attention to Privatizing Commercial Business in Citizens
One year after enacting reforms designed to reduce the amount of homeowners business in the state's insurer, state lawmakers are now looking to further shrink Citizens Property Insurance Corp. by targeting its commercial lines business.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Field of Schemes
Florida senate: Fine, evaluate stadium projects, just don't let us actually vote on them
The Florida state house may be looking at ways to force stadium subsidies to actually go through a standardized evaluation process , but the state senate isn't going to let that get in the way of projects sailing through quickly: Senate leaders say they're fine with the house bill, so long as the legislature doesn't then have to vote on each ... (more)
Thu Mar 06, 2014
GVSU women's tennis against Coe ends early due to weather
The Grand Valley State women's tennis team took on Coe College on Thursday evening, after the original start time for the match was pushed back due to weather.
The Orlando Sentinel
Take computer science and skip P.E.? Plan to give students job skills worries health advocates
It may sound like a good deal for some tech-savvy high school students: Take a programming course and then skip a required math, science or even physical education class and still earn a diploma.
Man shot in parking lot of Altamonte Springs inn
AREA WHILE CREWS WORK TO CLEAN UP THE MESS. RIGHT NOW, ALTAMONTE SPRINGS POLICE ARE INVESTIGATING A SHOOTING AT A LOCAL MOTEL.
Nemours makes moves in Seminole
Nemours Children's Health System is making moves in Seminole County, and some of those moves are starting right here in Oviedo.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
WJHG-TV Panama City
Legislation Makes Bullying a Crime
Legislation to make bullying a crime was approved by a Senate Committee Wednesday.
Action 9 investigates risky job offer
A warning from Action9 about a craigslist job ad that lots of people claim took their money for high-paying jobs in the security field that didn't exist! Todd Ulrich tracked down the company behind the ad and found out why the job offer is so risky.