Week 2: Florida Prep Football scores

Friday’s Scores By The Associated Press= PREP FOOTBALL(equals) Alonso 10, Middleton 7 Andrew Jackson 20, Englewood 6 Apopka 33, Bartram Trail 28 Astronaut 30, Eau Gallie 21 Atlantic Coast 28, Bishop Kenny 14 Atlantic Community 30, Dwyer 13 Avon Park 27, DeSoto County 13 Baker 19, Vernon 6 Baker County 14, Ed White 8 Baldwin […]

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Serena Williams matches her easiest win over Venus in US Open rout

Serena Williams kept booming big shots for winners, never allowing herself to feel sorry for the overmatched player on the other side. So what if it happened to be her big sister? The Williams sisters, long ago in careers that have spanned 20 years and 30 meetings as professionals, learned they had to view each […]

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Weather forecast: Sunshine, quiet conditions to start Saturday

ORLANDO, Fla. — Only a few isolated showers and storms to end our work week as temperatures warmed to around 90 degrees. The slightly drier air will be overtaken by deep tropical moisture this weekend and help to ramp rain chances back up, especially by Labor Day and into Tuesday. Highs will stay in the upper […]

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Volusia officials have a few reminders for beachgoers this Labor Day

VOLUSIA COUNTY, Fla. — Volusia County beach officials are ready for an influx of visitors for the final big weekend of the summer season. Beach officials ready for Labor Day weekend influx Officials want to remind beachgoers of rules, regulations They have a few reminders for those hitting the sand. Cars can drive on the […]

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Stephens gets past Azarenka indoors at U.S. Open

Sloane Stephens doesn’t betray much emotion on the court, so all of the double fist pumps at the conclusion of her U.S. Open match against former No. 1 Victoria Azarenka made perfectly clear just how tight and tense things had been. Stephens, the defending champion and No. 3 seed, grabbed the last three games after […]

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Florida Early Voting: What you need to know

ORLANDO, Fla. — In October all Florida voters will be able to go to the polls early to vote in the November General Election.  Floridians, regardless of political party affiliation, will be able to vote for a U.S. senator, U.S. representatives, Florida governor and cabinet seats, Florida representatives and senators, and more. For a complete […]

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‘Bring it home’: Gillum, Nelson join Democrats at Orlando union event

ORLANDO, Fla. — From Andrew Gillum and Bill Nelson to Carlos Guillermos Smith and Buddy Dyer, statewide Democrats rallied union supporters in Orlando Friday for a hoped-for blue wave this November. Andrew Gillum, Bill Nelson and others to talk about their efforts Candidates to talk about affordable health care, improved education DECISION 2018: Latest News | […]

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B-CU professor: Gillum ‘speaks to hearts and souls’ of students

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum is the first black gubernatorial candidate to represent a major party in Florida. Now, his ticket is bringing a wave of hope to young black students at historically black colleges and universities. “If he wins, he’ll become the first African-American to become governor in the state of […]

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