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UF President Ben Sasse announces resignation

University of Florida President Ben Sasse announced his resignation on Thursday night, effective July 31, to prioritize his family's health. University of Florida President Ben Sasse announced on Thursday night that he will resign from his role, effective July 31,...

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Home hardening program quickly fills up

Home hardening program quickly fills up

The state has halted new applications for the My Safe Florida Home program, designed to offer home-hardening grants and inspections, due to exhausted funds, though it remains operational for previously approved applicants. The state has stopped taking new applications...

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Duke Energy rate settlement reached

Duke Energy rate settlement reached

Duke Energy Florida proposed a settlement to raise base electric rates by $203 million in 2025 and $59 million in 2026, less than initially requested, pending state approval. Duke Energy Florida and consumer representatives Monday filed a proposed settlement that...

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Report: FSU may strike out with Big Ten, SEC

Report: FSU may strike out with Big Ten, SEC

Florida State University's attempt to leave the Atlantic Coast Conference faces potential hurdles as both the Big Ten and SEC are reportedly uninterested in adding FSU, citing financial disincentives, no desire for expansion, and concerns over FSU's reputation as a...

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Trump chooses Vance over Rubio for VP

Trump chooses Vance over Rubio for VP

Former President Donald Trump on Monday selected U.S. Sen. JD Vance of Ohio as his 2024 running mate, bypassing Florida's U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio. Former President Donald Trump on Monday bypassed U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio in making his vice-presidential pick, averting what...

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Trump classified documents case dismissed

Trump classified documents case dismissed

A federal judge dismissed the unclassified documents against former President Donald Trump, ruling that the appointment of Special Counsel Jack Smith violated the Appointments Clause of the U.S. Constitution. A federal judge on Monday dismissed the superseding...

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State seeks to end redistricting lawsuit

State seeks to end redistricting lawsuit

The Florida House and Secretary of State Cord Byrd have requested a federal judge to dismiss a lawsuit claiming that seven state House and three congressional districts in South Florida are unconstitutionally gerrymandered. The Florida House and Secretary of State...

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