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BIZ BUZZ: Teens donate $1,200 to fight prostate cancer

Also in Biz Buzz: PC Bike relocates, and a Gainesville-based bus company expands into Flagler County.

County Commission votes to support wildlife corridor

The county will provide $10,000 to help establih a wildlife corridor from Ocala National Forest to Matanzas National Forest. St. Johns County has already pledged $5,000.

Rejected by Bunnell, courthouse faces uncertain future

The building would be too costly for the city to repair and maintain, Bunnell City Commissioners said.

Teen arrested after riding off with motorized Target cart

A group of teens were riding the carts around the store. One of them decided to take one home.

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Dog owner plans to sue police over shooting

A resident claims his constitutional rights were violated when an officer shot his dog in his fenced yard while attempting to serve a warrant.

Senator 'tempted' to run Nelson speaks on governor plans, chides Scott at Daytona chamber event

Speculation has mounted he might enter the governor's race if Republican-turned-Democrat Charlie Crist stumbles in challenging Scott.

School sex-crime bill passes House

The bill toughens penalties for teachers, coaches and other school workers who touch their students sexually.

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Progress Florida Launches Executive Accountability Project as Culture of Secrecy Pervades Scott Administration

The culture of self-serving deal-making that grips many of our state capitals has operated essentially in secret, relying on tactics to avoid Government in the Sunshine laws and a lack of public attention. The Executive Accountability Project will focus on providing the public a never-before-seen look at the inner workings of how their elected officials are conducting “the people’s” business behind closed doors.

Richard Mathews, 62, Is Charged With Manslaughter in His Mother’s Death, Which He Says She Wanted

Mary Shaw Mathews, 88, was found to have died by strangulation and over-medication on Feb. 21 at her Palm Coast home. Her son Richard told detectives that she had asked him to end her life as she had been suffering and declining fast. Mathews is being held on $250,000 bond on the second-degree felony charge.

In Clearest Pro-Immigrant Shift Yet, Gov. Scott Demands a Senate Vote on In-State Tuition for Undocumented

The governor, who originally came to office threatening to crack down on undocumented immigrants, said Tuesday that his opinion on the issue was shaped by stories he's heard from students who grew up in Florida and would benefit from being able to pay the cheaper, in-state tuition rates.

An Everlasting Horror Reenacted and Remembered as CRT Ends Season With 2 Holocaust Shows

Adam Fisher's "An Everlasting Name" and Charlotte Raspanti “I Never Saw Another Butterfly” give voice to children and survivors of the Holocaust in a pair of productions ending City Repertory Theatre's third season at City Market Place, starting this weekend.

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