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Florida News

Report Outlines Ways Florida Can Live Up To Its Solar Energy Potential

Florida voters recently rejected Amendment 1, which would have restricted the reselling of energy produced by solar...

State Lawmaker Wants Independent Redistricting Commission

A prolonged battle over district maps between Florida lawmakers and the state Supreme Court came to an end earlier...

Bill Would Deny Tuition For Undocumented Immigrant Students

A newly elected state senator has filed legislation that would undo a 2014 law allowing in-state tuition for some...

Obama To Give Final Counterterrorism Speech At MacDill

President Barack Obama will travel to Tampa next week to give his final speech about U.S. counterterrorism strategy.

NPR News

Colin Farrell Makes A Choice In 'The Lobster'
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Colin Farrell Makes A Choice In 'The Lobster'

In Yorgos Lanthimos's film, a hotel manager (Olivia Coleman) lays down the law: "A wolf and a penguin could never live together."

Hot-Dog Tiaras And Other '70s Dinner Party' Delicacies
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Hot-Dog Tiaras And Other '70s Dinner Party' Delicacies

A food blogger's fascination with retro entertaining pays off in a colorful volume of curious eats.

Time For Homeopathic Remedies To Prove That They Work?
NPR Digital Media

Time For Homeopathic Remedies To Prove That They Work?

The Federal Trade Commission told purveyors of homeopathic remedies that they have to say there's no scientific evidence that these nostrums actually work.

PBS NewsHour

Lingering challenges in the global fight against AIDS
PBS NewsHour

Lingering challenges in the global fight against AIDS

On World AIDS Day, we take a look at the state of the virus around the world.

The deals & rhetoric behind the U.S. relationship with Iran
PBS NewsHour

The deals & rhetoric behind the U.S. relationship with Iran

Margaret Warner sat with Wall Street Journal reporter Jay Solomon to discuss his new book.

A history of the American war on weed
PBS NewsHour

A history of the American war on weed

Joe Dolce argues marijuana's bad reputation is a result of political demonization.

WGCU Presents

Korean War Vets: Stories of Service

Korean War Vets: Stories of Service

Five Southwest Floridians share their incredible experiences of service.

Mullet: A Tale of Two Fish

Mullet: A Tale of Two Fish

Trash fish or treasure? The long and storied history of Florida's most under-appreciated fish is explored.

2016 MAKERS: Women Who Make Southwest Florida

2016 MAKERS: Women Who Make Southwest Florida

View portraits of women who are leaving a lasting impact on SWFL

Let's Get Curious

Let's Get Curious

Curious Kids wins a Suncoast Emmy for 'What is a Watershed?"

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