FSU Preview: Seminoles vs Hurricanes

FSU Preview: Seminoles vs Hurricanes

By Scott Carswell Jr. This Saturday at 3:30 the Seminoles will take on the rival Hurricanes in Miami Gardens at Hard Rock Stadium. FSU has won 7 straight games in the stadium including 2 orange bowls. The last time Miami beat Florida State in Miami was in 2004 at the Orange Bowl when Frank Gore […]

Tallahassee Official Provides Explanation of Why FP&L Was Not Welcome in Tallahassee During Hurricane Hermine

Tallahassee Official Provides Explanation of Why FP&L Was Not Welcome in Tallahassee During Hurricane Hermine

A deposition in an employment lawsuit against the city of Tallahassee has revealed that Tallahassee officials were concerned that if Florida Power & Light (FPL) were allowed to work in Tallahassee in emergency situations “they may come in and take over for the city?” (See bottom of page 90 of deposition below.) Also, city officials […]

Putnam Says Trade Deal Falls Short for Florida Farmers

Putnam Says Trade Deal Falls Short for Florida Farmers

By Jim Turner, The News Service of Florida TALLAHASSEE — Florida Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam would like the renegotiated and rebranded North American Free Trade Agreement to do more to help the state’s farmers. And he’s not alone, as U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., also expressed concerns about the absence of relief for Florida agriculture […]

Harvard Poll: 69% Say Hearings National Disgrace, 75% Say Feinstein Should Have Turned Over Letter

Harvard Poll: 69% Say Hearings National Disgrace, 75% Say Feinstein Should Have Turned Over Letter

The Center for American Political Studies (CAPS) at Harvard University released polling results before and after the confirmation testimony of Judge Kavanaugh. The findings, per CAPS, are outlined below. Kavanaugh Confirmation (Pre-Testimony) In the days leading up to the testimony of Dr, Christine Blasey Ford and Judge Kavanaugh before the Senate Judicial Committee, 82% had […]