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We heard from Gov. Rick Scott last week. And we heard from former Gov. Charlie Crist in response.
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Silviu Ciulei of Romania was named the winner of the 18th annual Schadt String Competition last Sunday after a public recital by the three finalists at Miller Symphony Hall.
Judy Hefren did not intend for her dissertation to turn into personal therapy and a means for coming to grips with a devastating tragedy.
Lauren Giraldo, better known as Princess Lauren on Vine, is a 16-year-old social media Star who makes about $2,000 per sponsored Vine.
Philosophers, researchers, spiritual leaders -- they've all debated what makes life worth living.
Study led by Florida State University researchers states that frequent Facebook users might be sharing more than party pictures, vacation videos and selfies.
VIDEO: A St. Johns County jury recommends the death penalty for convicted kidnapper and killer, Quentin Truehill.
You might think viewing pornography wouldn't hurt a real-life relationship. There are some who even claim erotic materials impact their relationship in a positive way.
Whey or casein supplementation with combined exercise training was associated with significant improvements in blood pressure and arterial stiffness in young obese women with hypertension, says a new study.
Deputies are now searching parts of South Walton County for clues. The family says despite the recent allegations regarding a drug incident, Jose's 4.0 GPA in his engineering program suggests otherwise.
Immigrants living in the U.S. illegally cannot practice law in Florida, the state's top court ruled in a unanimous Thursday opinion.
There's a lot of focus these days on football at Vanderbilt. We like football. Even so, it might be cool to train a spotlight for a moment on other important campus matters.
The case involves Jose Godinez-Samperio, who came to the United States from Mexico with his parents when he was 9 years old.
Welcome to dating for millennials, where the love-struck lad tossing pebbles at a balcony window has been replaced by the text message "Hey, wanna hang out?" "Things are just different than they used to be," says Amber Cedroni, a 25-year-old beauty-school student from Orlando.
Terrena Conson's days are filled with teaching at a middle school and caring for her young son.