Problems reported with FSA for some schools
The Florida Standards Assessment tests are being administered this week across Florida, starting with grades 4-11,…
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Union says VA retaliation won't be tolerated
More than two dozen Veterans Affairs employees demonstrated Friday in support of Javier Soto, a former St. Petersburg benefits officer who…
I-Team: Gov. Scott appointee had past discipline
The I-Team has discovered a member of the Florida Board of Professional Engineers once had his license suspended for fraud and deceit.
Dirty Dining: Harold Seltzer's Steakhouse
A popular steakhouse accumulated over 60 violations in January and 128 violations in the last 12 months.
DCF worker suspended for Jonchuck call mistakes
A Florida Department of Children and Families employee has been suspended for her actions in connection with the shocking death of…
Jeb Bush and Nigeria: From glory to claims
CPAC 2015 takeaway: The GOP has embraced selfies
Storm Shield, NOAA Snow Forecast named best apps
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Study: Effects of gas prices on used auto buying
Nasdaq closes in on its record high
Marathon bombing trial ready for Wednesday start
500 snakes surprise construction workers
Hundreds of snakes, disturbed by a construction project, were relocated to a wildlife rescue association in Canada.
Treadmill test predicts chance of death
Johns Hopkins researchers analyzed 58,000 heart stress tests to come up with a formula that predicts a person's chances of dying in the next decade.
Less invasive heart stent procedure
Doctors have created a less invasive heart procedure to open blocked arteries. They say it's safer and resulting in quicker recovery times.
Doctors often give in to vaccine-wary parents
A new survey published in the journal Pediatrics found many doctors are giving in to parents' requests to delay vaccinating their children.