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August Home Sales Up Despite Low Inventory Levels
Daytona Beach, FL - Even with what realtors are calling "difficult inventory conditions," Daytona's housing market continued on …
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Jobless Claims Down, As Companies Face Continued Problems
Tallahassee, FL - Florida continues to see a steady decline in first-time unemployment claims, even as several large hospitality and …
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Illinois Cat Missing In Florida Since December Found at HHS
Daytona Beach, FL - A gray and white cat named Mia is going home to her family in Illinois after going missing in Ormond Beach while …
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VCS - VUE Impasse Hearing Gets Off To A Contentious Start
DeLand, FL - Today's (September 17) Impasse Hearing between Volusia County Schools negotiators and the Volusia United Educators …
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VSO: MMA Coach Had Sexual Relations With 17-Year-Old Student
Daytona Beach, FL - A Mixed Martial Arts coach is facing charges after Volusia County deputies learned he was having sex with a …
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Flagler Sheriff Launches New Digital Forensics Unit
Bunnell, FL - After having to rely on other agencies to evaluate digital evidence, the Flagler County Sheriff's Office (FCSO) …
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State News | News Service of Florida
Tallahassee, FL - In a legal fight that started after the 2018 mass shooting at a Parkland high school, attorneys for the state and the National Rifle Association this month detailed dueling …
With little discussion, the Florida Public Service Commission on Tuesday approved a settlement about Gulf Power’s costs of restoring power and rebuilding damaged parts of the electric system after Hurricane Michael in 2018
A new Commonwealth Fund analysis ranks Florida’s health system among the worst in the nation, finding, among other things, that the state spends $19 a person on public health, or about 51 percent of the national average, and has more children without a “medical home” than any other state.
Juno Beach, FL - Florida Power & Light said Friday it will offer aid to customers who are behind on their electric bills, as the company prepares to begin disconnections that have been put on …
Tallahassee, FL - Florida bars can open the taps again Monday. Department of Business and Professional Regulation Secretary Halsey Beshears announced Thursday he was rescinding an emergency order …