Figuring out the toll amid the wreckage left by Ian
09/30/22 07:00 from Florida Playbook

Florida begins to assess Ian's catastrophic damage
09/29/22 07:06 from Florida Playbook

'Real Deal' Ian becomes Category 4 ahead of landfall
09/28/22 07:00 from Florida Playbook

Hurricane Ian is a major challenge for Florida — and DeSantis
09/27/22 07:00 from Florida Playbook

Major storm may put Florida politics on pause
09/26/22 07:00 from Florida Playbook

Democrats pressed to help Lawson, take on DeSantis
09/23/22 07:00 from Florida Playbook

How two Republicans in Florida are dominating the news
09/22/22 07:04 from Florida Playbook

Moody backs Trump in Mar-a-Lago dispute
09/21/22 07:00 from Florida Playbook

DeSantis defends migrant flights as scrutiny mounts
09/20/22 07:05 from Florida Playbook

A big case against DeSantis heads to court
09/19/22 07:00 from Florida Playbook

Questions, confusion and fallout follows DeSantis' migrant transport
09/16/22 07:00 from Florida Playbook

DeSantis ships migrants to Martha's Vineyard
09/15/22 07:04 from Florida Playbook

Crist returns to airwaves after 3-week absence
09/14/22 07:00 from Florida Playbook

DeSantis uses federal cash to bolster his agenda
09/13/22 07:00 from Florida Playbook

DeSantis uses his millions to help Senate GOP candidates
09/12/22 07:02 from Florida Playbook

More 2024 talk for DeSantis
09/09/22 07:00 from Florida Playbook

Charlie Crist's No. 2 is in the spotlight's glare
09/08/22 07:02 from Florida Playbook

Don't write Rick Scott's political obituary just yet
09/07/22 07:00 from Florida Playbook

Showdown between DeSantis and Legislature may be avoided
09/06/22 07:01 from Florida Playbook

Florida cranks up ‘tool time’ sales-tax holiday on Saturday
08/30/22 09:07 from Juice: National politics
Florida’s first “tool time” sales-tax holiday on tools and other home-repair and construction items will kick off during the Labor Day weekend.

Two disturbances, including one approaching the Caribbean, could become tropical depressions
08/30/22 08:01 from Juice: National politics
An area of low pressure has been given an 80% chance of developing into a tropical depression this week as it moves west-northwest toward the Caribbean. Forecasters are watching a second area in the Atlantic.

Two teens face charges after burglary, car thefts and fatal crash
08/29/22 19:49 from Mayo on the Side / South Florida Sun-Sentinel
Two teenagers face an array of charges for their alleged involvement in the burglary of an upscale home in Fort Lauderdale’s Harbor Beach neighborhood, the theft of two cars and a chase by police that ended in a woman’s death, authoritie...

Tropical depression likely to form near southeast Caribbean
08/29/22 19:48 from Mayo on the Side / South Florida Sun-Sentinel
An area of low pressure that could form into a tropical depression this week as it moves west-northwest toward the Caribbean.

‘Swift action’ and more state oversight expected as new Broward School Board takes control
08/29/22 19:10 from Mayo on the Side / South Florida Sun-Sentinel
Fast and dramatic changes could be coming to the Broward School District, with four members abruptly gone, a majority of new members appointed by Gov. Ron DeSantis and now more oversight by the Department of Education.

‘Daddy’s dead:’ Jury hears more unsettling details about Parkland gunman’s troubled childhood
08/29/22 18:04 from Mayo on the Side / South Florida Sun-Sentinel
Defense lawyers on Monday presented the jury with an account of the 2004 death of Roger Cruz, a pivotal moment in the life of the young boy he adopted nearly six years earlier.

Fishermen’s drownings in Loxahatchee refuge ruled accidental
08/29/22 17:56 from Juice: National politics
Two fishermen who drowned Sunday in the Loxahatchee Wildlife Refuge in West Boca fell into the water by accident, the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office said Monday.

Parkland killer’s life or death, Day 47: Details from father’s death and childhood tantrums
08/29/22 16:57 from Mayo on the Side / South Florida Sun-Sentinel
Here’s what you need to know from Day 47 of the Parkland school shooter’s sentencing trial.

NASA’s 1st shot for the moon runs into engine trouble
08/29/22 15:56 from Mayo on the Side / South Florida Sun-Sentinel
Call it a wave-off. Call it a scrub. Either way, NASA couldn’t get its $4.1 billion rocket off the ground Monday.

A pivotal moment in Boynton Beach: Competence or politics? | Editorial
08/29/22 15:39 from The Slant | Sun-Sentinel Blogs
An unqualified candidate for city manager in Boynton Beach also happens to be a police captain who has wanted to end the Boynton Beach Police Department and contract with the Palm Beach Sheriff's Office.

Women are sowing the seeds of change in Latin America | Opinion
08/29/22 15:15 from The Slant | Sun-Sentinel Blogs
Across Latin America, 55% of women participate in the workforce, compared with 69% of men, writes Pro Mujer CEO Carmen Correa. Promoting the health, businesses and entrepreneurship of Latin American women is a top human rights issue and ...

VP Kamala Harris tours space center but misses out on Artemis launch
08/29/22 14:37 from Juice: National politics
Despite the Artemis launch being scrubbed, Kamala Harris had a very busy day at the Kennedy Space Center complex.

Doubts about DeSantis’ School Board suspensions | Letters to the editor
08/29/22 12:00 from The Slant | Sun-Sentinel Blogs
Readers are openly skeptical of Gov. Ron DeSantis's decision to clean house on the Broward School Board solely on the basis of a 16-month-old grand jury report.

Judge is urged to halt Florida’s controversial education law
08/29/22 11:44 from Mayo on the Side / South Florida Sun-Sentinel
Lawyers for a group of parents, students and a nonprofit organization have asked a federal judge to halt school districts from carrying out a controversial state law that restricts instruction on gender identity and sexual orientation.

Orlando Sentinel sues agency for evidence in ‘ghost’ candidate probe
08/29/22 10:15 from Mayo on the Side / South Florida Sun-Sentinel
The Orlando Sentinel is suing for the release of evidence from a state investigation into the 2020 “ghost” candidate scandal.

Artemis updates: ‘We don’t launch until it’s right’
08/29/22 10:03 from Juice: National politics
Artemis launch live updates: After NASA scrubbed the launch attempt, Administrator Bill Nelson said "you don’t want to light the candle until it’s ready to go."

Tropical depression ‘likely’ to form this week near Caribbean; forecasters tracking 4 systems
08/29/22 01:37 from Mayo on the Side / South Florida Sun-Sentinel
Activity is heating up in the tropics with four areas being monitored, including one area of low pressure that could form into a tropical depression this week as it moves west-northwest toward the Caribbean.

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