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Texas has held on to the top spot since 1999, but Florida took second place with 22 percent of the respondents naming it as the state with having the most favorable business climate. . (read more)

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At the height of the storm, more than 10,000 soldiers and airmen were on Hurricane Irma call-up. By noon Monday, the Florida National Guard had reduced to about 1,200 forces. (read more)

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Clinton donated the pizza to a local literacy program days after Edgar Welch fired an AR-15 rifle inside Comet Ping Pong (read more)

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A Dahlia Group, Inc. bus hit the Q20 bus in Flushing at about 6:15 a. (read more)

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Pinellas and Hillsborough counties each accounted for between 5,000 and 10,000 total claims while Pasco had between 2,500 and 5,000 and Hernando fewer than 2,500 (read more)

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Drivers nationwide are finally seeing some relief at the pump. However, Tampa Bay residents may have to wait a little longer. (read more)

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ST. PETERSBURG — While students at the University of South Florida St. (read more)

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This story was co-published with ProPublica. This past June, Florida’s top education agency delivered a failing grade to the Orange Park Performing Arts Academy in suburban Jacksonville for the second year in a row. (read more)

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A public hearing scheduled for Tuesday evening on the Heartland Town Square development in Brentwood has been canceled after the Suffolk County Planning Commission said a letter objecting to the project from Huntington's supervisor should have been signed by the entire town board (read more)

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TALLAHASSEE — Florida businesses and residents, whose employment or self-employment was lost or interrupted because of Hurricane Irma, may apply for Disaster Unemployment Assistance (DUA). This federal assistance is for those that don't qualify for the state's regular unemployment benefits. (read more)

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The Florida Gators suspended seven players, including Antonio Callaway and Jordan Smith, indefinitely before the season ever began for allegedly misusing school credit cards. At this point nine football players are facing allegations of having done so, and three are reportedly facing felony grand theft charges as the investigation wraps up, per Trey Wallace and Oliver Connolly of The Read Optional (read more)

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