Wednesday, December 13, 2017

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1845: Florida became the 27th state.

1931: The Star-Spangled Banner became the national anthem of the United States.

1974: A Turkish Airlines DC-10 crashed shortly after takeoff from Orly Airport in Paris, killing all 346 people on board. A faulty cargo door had blown open.

1991: Motorist Rodney King was severely beaten by Los Angeles police officers in a scene captured on amateur video.

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Mason Ruffner’s career reached ‘Crossroads’ with this memorable tune

Mason Ruffner’s career reached ‘Crossroads’ with this memorable tune

Our '80s historian Kevin Wuench goes to the Deep South today with his music lesson: Like your AOR with a touch of Texas/Louisiana blues swamp? Then you should try some Mason Ruffner with his sweltering Gypsy Blood.Mason Ruffner grew up in Texas ...
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Alex Corddry won’t be back on Tampa Bay Rays telecasts

Alex Corddry won’t be back on Tampa Bay Rays telecasts

Alex Corddry won't be back on Fox Sports Sun's Tampa Bay Rays telecasts.Corddry completed a one-year contract with Fox, serving as the pre-, post- and in-game reporter.  She also covers college football for ESPN and does freelance work in the Wa...
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Live from Disney: Winter meetings update, day 3 – updated with news

Live from Disney: Winter meetings update, day 3 – updated with news

UPDATE, 3:50: The most interesting deal of the day thus far is the Cardinals getting OF Marcell Ozuna from the Marlins, for a package led by prospect RHP Sandy Alcantara. This deal getting done could lead the Cardinals and Rays to get more serious in...
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Cabinet improves link in cross-Florida bike trail

Cabinet improves link in cross-Florida bike trail

Gov. Rick Scott and the state Cabinet agreed to spend $1.08 million Wednesday for land that will help link to an ambitious bicycle and pedestrian trail planned to stretch across Central Florida, connecting the Atlantic Ocean to the Gulf of Mexico.The...
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Appeals court upholds ruling against Florida education funding challenge

Appeals court upholds ruling against Florida education funding challenge

Florida's First District Court of Appeal has agreed with the trial court against a group of parents who complained the state had violated its constitutional role to fund an "an efficient, safe, secure and uniform high-quality education."The...
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Pasco students using school choice might not have to reapply after rezoning

Pasco students using school choice might not have to reapply after rezoning

Pasco County students attending schools outside their neighborhoods through choice will not have to submit new applications to remain after the School Board redraws boundaries for several west-side high schools, if the board approves.Superintendent K...
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Rick Scott issues executive order on sexual harassment reporting for state employees

Rick Scott issues executive order on sexual harassment reporting for state employees

Gov. Rick Scott on Wednesday issued an executive order that he said will standardize the handling of sexual harassment complaints and investigations at executive branch state agencies.Scott said his order takes clear action to protect against workpla...
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Photo of the Day for December 13, 2017

Photo of the Day for December 13, 2017

Today’s Photo of the Day comes from Michael Ganci of Palm Harbor, FL.To download or order reprints of this and other Photo of the Day images, please see our Photo of the Day gallery.Check out the Photo of the Day post for December 12, 2017.Send...
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Constitutional arguments begin in Canadian polygamy case

A Canadian man found guilty of marrying two dozen women says he believed he was entitled to practice polygamy because he wasn't charged when police investigated the allegations in the 1990s
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Ex-polygamous sect leader gets nearly 5 years in fraud case

Ex-polygamous sect leader gets nearly 5 years in fraud case

A former polygamous sect leader has been sentenced to nearly five years for a food stamp fraud scheme and for escaping home confinement while awaiting trial
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