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Keeneland Select Presents Breeders’ Cup Heartbreak: ‘Probably A Mistake To Run’

Although the horse who went down in the history books for winning the 1986 Breeders’ Cup Turf was Manila, the racing world entered the race with a different name on everyone’s lips. The Turf was billed as a Hollywood homecoming … Continue reading

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Mary Thomas to announce $190K in Q3 fundraising for CD 2 race

North Florida Republican Mary Thomas is ready to confirm another healthy round of fundraising in her bid for Florida’s 2nd Congressional District. On October 15, Thomas’ campaign will report to the Federal Elections Commission that the first-time candidate has taken in over $190,000 in contributions during the third quarter of 2015. She will also end Q3 […]

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Alan Grayson files ethic complaint against Kevin McCarthy and Trey Gowdy over Benghazi committee

Orlando area Rep. Alan Grayson has filed an ethics complaint against House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy and Benghazi Committee Chairman Trey Gowdy of violating “federal law and House rules by using funds appropriated to the Select Committee on Benghazi to oppose the presidential candidacy of Hillary Clinton. Grayson says the committee has misused $4.5 million in “an unscrupulous attack […]

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Jax Public Service Grants committee wrestles with process

During the budget deliberations of the late summer, concerns were raised about Jacksonville’s Public Service Grants process. Complaints ranged from arbitrary scoring and a less-than-committed group of scorers to a process that had been overtly politicized in the past. To that end, Council President Greg Anderson authorized a committee to look into refining the process […]

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Heart Condition Can’t Stop Top Dressage Horse From Returning To Work

A world-class dressage horse treated successfully at the University of Florida for an irregular heartbeat has rediscovered his rhythm and returned to international competition. His proud trainer, Kelly Layne, a member of the Australian team at the 2006 World Equestrian … Continue reading

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Florida adds nearly 16K jobs in September, second highest in nation

Florida added 15,700 private sector jobs in September, the second highest total among the 50 states, according to a report released Wednesday by payroll company ADP. The ADP Regional Employment Report data puts Florida ahead of all states except California, which added 35,100 jobs last month, and marks the best gain for the Sunshine State […]

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