Orlando Sun Sentinel, 'That's What We Went to Go Kill That Man For': New Details Emerge in FSU Professor's Killing: No one in the Adelson family has been arrested or charged in the case. The family, through its attorneys, has denied any involvement in Markel's death. "There is a reason...
The Orlando Sentinel reports: Florida Republicans are more determined than ever to pass bills expanding gun rights in the wake of the deadly Pulse nightclub and Fort Lauderdale airport shootings. They say law-abiding gun owners should...Show More Summary
The Orlando Sentinel reports: An Ocala man made at least 10 explosive devices in hopes of blowing up Targets along the East Coast in an elaborate and deadly scheme to buy cheap stocks of the company, according to the U.S. Department of Justice. Show More Summary
Orlando Sentinel reports, “No bulldozers are cranked up yet, but plans are moving forward to build toll roads across suburban neighborhoods and a fragile river in east Orange County.” The report looks at the Central Florida Expressway...Show More Summary
Orlando Sentinel reports, “The Central Florida Expressway Authority voted unanimously Thursday [February 9] to kill a scheduled hike of 15 percent in tolls, replacing it with a much lower one that will occur annually.” The newspaperShow More Summary
Orlando Sentinel reports, “Lake County has appointed a commissioner to represent the region on the Central Florida Expressway Authority.... Sean Parks was chosen to fill the slot vacated by former Commissioner Welton Cadwell, who was the chairman of the tollway board.” The post New Commissioner Appointed to CFX Board appeared first on Toll Roads News.
Recent editorials from Florida newspapers: ___ Jan. 28 The Orlando Sentinel on tax cut plan and higher education spending: State leaders who will determine Florida's next budget were operating under … Click to Continue »
Orlando Sentinel reports that the prison sentence imposed on Scott Batterson, the former Orlando-Orange County Expressway Authority board member convicted of bribery-related charges in 2014, “has been reduced to 42 months from 90 months...Show More Summary
Now that Clemson has celebrated winning the national title, it’s a good time to review my 2016 Orlando Sentinel college football top 128 preseason rankings. I’ll more than willing to admit when I make a mistake and readers don’t hesitate to remind me of them. I’m also not afraid to toot my own...
The Orlando Sentinel reports police found the body of Kristen McShane dead in the couple’s bed, covered with a comforter
Orlando Sentinel reports, “Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer was unanimously elected to a one-year term as chair of the Central Florida Expressway Authority on Thursday. Dyer replaces Welton Cadwell, a former Lake County commissioner who wasShow More Summary
As No. 1 Alabama and No. 2 Clemson prepare to face off for the national title tonight, College Football Playoff executive director Bill Hancock talked with the Orlando Sentinel about this year’s final four, potential playoff expansion and committee changes. Question: The committee has been pretty...
reality blurred editor Andy Dehnart's first-annual list of disclosures and beliefs, inspired by Orlando Sentinel columnist Scott Maxwell. Read this story »
Orlando Magic swingman Evan Fournier suffered a bruised heel and will not play Friday night against the Los Angeles Lakers, according to Josh Robbins of the Orlando Sentinel. RotoWire, via CBSSports.com, believed that Fournier picked...Show More Summary
Orlando Sentinel editorial board writes that it is time to finish the Wekiva Parkway, noting that the Central Florida Expressway Authority has stepped up and its now FDOT’s turn. The editors contend, “It defies logic and belief thatShow More Summary
A lawsuit filed in federal court this week is the latest attempt to hold internet giants liable for the deaths of Americans and others murdered by terrorists. Reports the Orlando Sentinel: Family members of three men killed in the Pulse nightclub attack are suing Twitter, Facebook and Google, claiming that the social media companies allowed […]
The Orlando Sentinel reports: Family members of three men killed in the Pulse nightclub attack are suing Twitter, Facebook and Google, claiming that the social media companies allowed the so-called Islamic State to post propaganda and push its agenda. Show More Summary
Orlando Sentinel reports that FDOT has rebuffed the Central Florida Expressway Authority’s attempt to get the state agency to expedite work on a segment of the Wekiva Parkway project, which, according to the newspaper, means “drivers...Show More Summary
Disney-loving adults, rejoice! Four restaurants at Disney World's Magic Kingdom will begin offering alcohol on Dec. 23, the Orlando Sentinel reports. The lucky restaurants include Tony's Town Square Restaurant, Liberty Tree Tavern, Skipper...Show More Summary
The American Athletic Conference put together another strong season on the gridiron in 2016. Commissioner Mike Aresco spoke with the Orlando Sentinel about recent coaching changes in the league, the conference's push to be recognized alongside the current Power 5 conferences and the College Football...