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Making the Most of NCAA Commercial Breaks

Updated: 03/31/2015 - For sports fans, the NCAA tournament means more time in front of the TV but a recent study shows that too much sitting isn't good for your health.

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Class Size Limit Relief

Updated: 03/12/2015 - Class size limits could be eased for Florida schools under a bill now moving through the state legislature.

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Bill Proposes 24 Hour Abortion Wait

Posted: 03/12/2015 - Women seeking an abortion will have to wait at least 24 hours, and perhaps longer over a weekend, before the procedure can be performed.

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Sexual Assaults on College Campuses

Posted: 03/12/2015 - One in five. That's how many people fall victim to a sexual assault on a college campus. But lawmakers are trying to stop that.

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"Climate Change" Controversy

Posted: 03/10/2015 - February was the coldest month on record for several states but here in Florida former employees of the Department of Environmental Protection say the term climate change is banned in reports and presentations.

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State of the State Address Leaves Questions Unanswered

Posted: 03/04/2015 - Governor Rick Scott painted a picture of an improving economy during the annual state of the state address to open the legislative session, but some say he was wearing rose colored glasses.

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FSA Troubles Continue

Updated: 03/04/2015 - There was no smooth rollout of Florida's new computer based testing this week and lawmakers will have their hands full figuring out how to remedy the situation over the next two months.

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FSA Troubles Lead to Calls for Less Testing

Updated: 03/03/2015 - From one end of the state to the other, schools experienced trouble logging in to the first ever computer-based standardized test. The troubles come as lawmakers are poised to consider reducing the amount of testing in Florida and are fueling the calls for less testing.

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FDIC Shuts Down Doral Bank, Banco Popular Takes Over

Updated: 02/27/2015 - The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. has shut down Puerto Rico-based Doral Bank. Banco Popular will take over most of the operations of what once the U.S. territory's fourth largest bank.

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Solar Utilities Fight Heats Up

Posted: 02/27/2015 - A dust-up between solar advocates and a state senator is erupting on the eve of the annual legislative session. At the center of the fight is legislation that would allow greater use of solar resources, but advocates worry utilities could end up being the big winners.

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Who's Paying for Florida?

Posted: 02/26/2015 - Who's really paying for Florida? A new report about the state's biggest companies says its not them, and they're dodging taxes.

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Pension Problems Plague Florida

Posted: 02/25/2015 - New data suggests Florida could have another crisis for retirees on its hands; one that goes beyond local pensions and into the world of healthcare.

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Environmentalists Want Land for Everglades Restoration

Updated: 02/24/2015 - Everglades advocates opened up what could be a legislative session filled with a long fight over funding. The push is on for the state to make a land buy and time is running out.

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Dozier School for Boys Investigation Could Re-open

Posted: 02/20/2015 - A 2009 investigation by the Department of Law Enforcement found 31 marked and unmarked graves at the Dozier School for Boys. Now, after researchers found another 20 bodies calls for a new state law enforcement investigation to be re-opened have begun.

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