Eckard Prof Urges Florida Gov. to Reduce Carbon Emissions in State

Jul 21, 2014 AM EDT Florida Governor Rick Scott has agreed to officiate a meeting on climate change to develop effective strategies for reducing carbon pollution in the state.

Florida Most Vulnerable to Tornadoes than Other States: Survey

Jun 14, 2014 AM EDT Florida is the most vulnerable to tornadoes than other states in the United States, according to a new study by the University of North Carolina.

Florida Professor Arrested for Secretly Filming Students' Skirts and Cleavages through Camera Pen

Sep 24, 2013 AM EDT Don Samuelson, a University of Florida veterinary professor has admitted to using a camera pen to videotape female students' skirts and cleavages.

Two Christian Schools Merge To Form Johnson University System

Jul 17, 2013 AM EDT Johnson University has merged with Florida Christian College in Kissimmee, Florida, to become the Johnson University System, early July.

Did Florida Lawmakers Check the Bill on Banning Slot Machines and Internet Cafes?

Jul 09, 2013 AM EDT Around three months ago, when Florida lawmakers voted to ban all slot machines and internet cafes in an attempt to prevent customers from gambling online, they apparently did not draft the bill ...

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