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Format: 2014-10-01
Format: 2014-10-01
Rays outfielder & type 1 diabetic Sam Fuld (photo courtesy USF Health)

Children and teens with type 1 diabetes are getting a chance to play ball with a Tampa Bay Ray this weekend.

State workers, including Gov. Rick Scott, won't have to pay more for health insurance next year, even though the cost for the state is expected to go up by 50 million dollars.

What does a prison mean? In some places, it means everything. A rural north Florida community that went out on a limb to get its state prison is now about to lose it.

The Florida primary, as rough and tumble as it got, made Mitt Romney a better candidate, according to Romney.

Mitt Romney won the Florida Presidential Preference Primary decisively. University of South Florida St. Petersburg Political Science Professor Seth McKee talks with WUSF's Craig Kopp about what Romney's win means for the primary race ahead - and why he won.

(AP)- Newt Gingrich says it's now clear it will be a two-person race for the GOP presidential nomination.

The former House speaker, who finished well behind Mitt Romney in Tuesday's GOP primary, says that the Florida primary shows he will be the best candidate to oppose Romney.

Thank you all. To the people of Florida tonight, thank you for this great victory. There are fewer candidates than when the race began, but the three gentlemen left are serious and able competitors. And I congratulate them on another hard-fought contest in this campaign.

Mitt Romney routed Newt Gingrich in the Florida primary Tuesday night, rebounding from the previous week's defeat with a commanding victory and taking a major step toward the Republican presidential nomination. Despite the one-sided setback, Gingrich vowed to press on.

A group representing Hispanic voters has sued the national Republican Party, saying its decision to penalize Florida for moving its primary to January has diluted the Hispanic vote.

Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi stood at Tampa's intersection of Kennedy and Dale Mabry Highway holding a Mitt Romney placard on Tuesday.

It’s decision day for GOP voters in Florida, and Mitt Romney has a double-digit lead in most polls. But Newt Gingrich supporters aren’t giving up yet.

Florida’s primary is Tuesday and the Republican presidential candidates are focusing on the Interstate-4 corridor, called the “highway to presidential political heaven” because by some estimates, it’s home to almost half of Florida’s GOP voters.

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