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Regional Chancellor Sophia Wisniewska's split with the University of South Florida St. Petersburg came as a result from how she handled student evacuations... [Read More]
With restoration continuing this week after Hurricane Irma, Florida Department of Health officials are warning residents about standing water left by the... [Read More]
The U.S. Department of Agriculture has approved allowing free school lunches for all students in 48 counties that took the brunt of Hurricane Irma, state... [Read More]
Hurricane Irma evacuations now involve more than South Florida residents taking to the roads. The 6 th Air Mobility Wing at Tampa's MacDill Air Force... [Read More]
Residents across Florida have waited in lines for sandbags to fight the possibility of floods that Hurricane Irma may bring. Now, what to do with... [Read More]
As Hurricane Irma approaches Florida, tourism-related businesses are preparing for a potentially catastrophic impact. [Read More]
The University of South Florida will join the ranks of Florida's "pre-eminent" state universities, USF President Judy Genshaft announced Wednesday in her fall address at... [Read More]
Communities across Florida are preparing for the potential impact of Hurricane Irma, and one natural line of defense we have is the state's beaches. But... [Read More]
The Sarasota County House seat left vacant by the resignation of Republican Alex Miller could be unfilled for the first half of the 2018 legislative... [Read More]
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It looks like the last hurdle has been cleared to build a new spring training home for the Atlanta Braves in Sarasota County. The state... [Read More]
The race for St. Petersburg mayor is technically non-partisan. But party politics may have been a factor in the razor-thin primary finish Tuesday night. [Read More]
For the first time in over 20 years, the World Rowing Championships will return to the U.S. next month in Sarasota-Bradenton. This week on Florida... [Read More]
You probably know the Nietzsche quote: "That which does not kill us makes us stronger." One University of South Florida researcher is studying that adage... [Read More]
The best rowers in the worlds will converge on Sarasota at the end of September. This will be the biggest competition to date at a... [Read More]
AAA says Hurricane Harvey, which slammed into the Texas coast and is causing widespread flooding, could cause a 5- to 15-cent surge in gas prices... [Read More]
In a rare move, former President Barack Obama made an endorsement in the St. Petersburg mayoral race. He threw his support behind current Mayor Rick... [Read More]
Duke Energy Florida asked state regulators on Thursday to approve a rate increase of about 8.5 percent that would take effect in 2018, according to... [Read More]
Did U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson really align himself with "communists and dictators" and support "murderers?" WUSF's Steve Newborn talks with Allison Graves of... [Read More]
Two more school districts have joined a lawsuit that challenges parts of a controversial state education law. [Read More]