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A new federal agency report says that 3809 illegal alien kids, known as UACs or Unaccompanied Alien Children, were relocated to Florida counties over the 7 month period Jan. 1 to July 31 of this year, 2014.
An appeals court says employees of the city-owned utility company Jacksonville Electric Authority, the municipal utility in Jacksonville, violated the state’s public-records law by delaying the release of documents to Promenade.
The Second District Court of Appeal issued a highly critical opinion of the City of St Petersburg Beach for refusing to release a copy of a public record documenting the discussion in a closed-door meeting attended by elected city officials.
Youth Services International can no longer negotiate the contract for the St. Johns Juvenile Correctional Facility Florida because the Department of Juvenile Justice has canceled a contract with the controversial operator.
It remains unclear why the Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority CEO is so intent on using the organization he is charged with overseeing as a political tool.
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Journalist levels five controversial questions
Lawyer John Morgan is spearheading a move to pass an amendment legalizing medical marijuana in Florida... Read MoreMore
Facebook page spotlights local favoritism
A County Property Appraiser is not commenting on a new Facebook page that has thrown his office in the... Read MoreMore
Judge Lewis will hear arguments Wednesday
A group of voters and voting-rights groups said in a filing that County Circuit Judge Terry Lewis should... Read MoreMore
Is Gonzales the new Rubio on amnesty?
An email to supporters from the Julio Gonzalez campaign states, “Richard DeNapoli, candidate for... Read MoreMore
Time running out with issues still unsettled
There's still no clarity on whether an election that is already underway in some counties will be delayed... Read MoreMore
Firm in gerrymandering scandal seeing payday
Two committees linked to incoming Senate President Andy Gardiner, R-Orlando, have paid nearly $150,000... Read MoreMore
Taxpayers say don't duplicate county libraries
A Florida county is replacing a 30-year-old public library with a $7.7 million facility that will be... Read MoreMore
Circuit judge orders new northeast Florida map
Leon County Circuit Judge, Terry Lewis, ruled in July that the state Legislature illegally drew Florida’s... Read MoreMore