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Doug Emhoff, Veep’s husband, promotes COVID vaccination drive in visit to...

Note: This story is based on a pool report provided by James Call of the Tallahassee Democrat. Doug Emhoff, husband of Vice President Kamala Harris,...

Flags flown at half-staff for the late Justice Joseph W. Hatchett

Flags will be flown half-staff on Monday "as a symbol of respect for the memory of former Florida Supreme Court Justice Joseph W. Hatchett...

Top elected statewide leaders in Florida have gotten the COVID vaccine...

Agriculture Commissioner Nikki Fried on Thursday urged Gov. Ron DeSantis and other Florida Cabinet members who may not have received COVID-19 vaccines to do...

DeSantis adds vaccination sites in communities of color but some Blacks...

Despite Gov. Ron DeSantis' efforts to increase vaccine doses to residents in communities of color, some Blacks remain mistrustful about the medical system and...

Faculty union pushes to revoke reopening campuses and stick solely to...

With a sharp rise in COVID-19 infections in Florida, faculty union leaders are calling for all state universities and colleges to revoke plans to...

A push to make Black history classes a college graduation requirement...

Amid ongoing racial tensions over the killing of George Floyd and other racial injustices, questions have been raised about whether colleges and universities should...

Several FL universities are planning for less face-to-face instruction and fewer...

Residential dorms and face-to-face instruction are cornerstones of campus life for college students, but their world will be different this fall. With the COVID-19 pandemic...

Is it possible? College sophomores and juniors might be squeezed out...

On-campus housing at Florida’s public universities could undergo a drastic face-lift in the fall, with residence halls limited to certain classes of students, according...

FL public universities open campuses for community testing of COVID-19

During the coronavirus crisis, Florida is expanding its efforts to test more individuals in communities statewide, by offering testing sites at some public universities. Florida...

‘Shock wave’ engulfs hemp hopes; FL senators ask, ‘What went wrong?’

Tough federal rules limiting the intoxicating ingredient in hemp crops have sent a "shock wave" through the budding hemp industry among growers. That's because they're...

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