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Residents of Tampa and Orlando might finally be getting a solution to the dreaded Interstate 4 traffic. The Florida Department of Transportaion is taking... [Read More]
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The VA has opened more call centers and hired hundreds of additional responders after complaints that some callers experienced long hold times or were sent... [Read More]
Tags: VA - Expanded - Crisis
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Chris Price stands in the backroom of Dissent Brewing in St. Petersburg. He's among steel tanks full of beer lining the walls. But instead of... [Read More]
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A new law will takes effect next month that expands workers' compensation benefits for firefighters, paramedics, EMTs, law enforcements officers and other... [Read More]
Tags: EMTs - Workers - Comp
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A national conservation fund that has been around for more than 50 years may not be around much longer. Environmental advocates from around the country... [Read More]
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The University of South Florida has named the committee that will look for President Judy Genshaft's successor. [Read More]
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Keep Pasco Beautiful is holding its annual coastal cleanup event Saturday morning, and anyone interested in helping the environment can join. [Read More]
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Jordan Peterson is a clinical psychologist and professor at the University of Toronto, and the author of the bestselling book 12 Rules For Life: An... [Read More]
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On September 11, 2001, Thomas Traynor, an officer with the New York Police Department, ran towards the World Trade Center to conduct search and rescues... [Read More]
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Tampa Bay's NPR station and your source for great public broadcasting on the radio, TV and online. [Read More]
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When it comes to health care, Democratic candidate for Governor Andrew Gillum and his Republican opponent Ron DeSantis couldn't be further apart. [Read More]
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WUSF's expert on all things relating to the University of South Florida, Mark Schreiner, joins Robin Sussingham to talk about his series on entrepreneurs... [Read More]
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While people in the Mid-Atlantic states make their last-minute preparations for Hurricane Florence, emergency responders from the Tampa Bay region are... [Read More]
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WUSF's University Beat has been doing something new this year – profiling entrepreneurs with ties to the University of South Florida. That includes faculty... [Read More]
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The pending retirement of University of South Florida president Judy Genshaft has started what will likely be a nationwide search for her successor. [Read More]
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This is a developing story. Stay tuned to WUSF News for details throughout the day. University of South Florida System President Judy Genshaft announced... [Read More]
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Even though it's not known what is causing the red tide algae that's meant headaches for Florida this summer, one Venice official wants to extend... [Read More]
Tags: Florida - Venice - Ban
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A controversial education amendment will not go to voters in November. In a 4-3 decision, Florida's Supreme Court has ruled that Amendment 8 should remain... [Read More]
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Some 911 calls from cell phones are not getting through to Tampa Police and Fire Rescue dispatchers. [Read More]
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