Florida Governor Charlie Crist released his proposed budget for the upcoming year which was almost immediately denied, Florida may very well adopt another seatbelt-type law regarding children between the ages of 4 - 7 that would require them to sit in booster seats, and WUSF checks in with Tampa Airman Rex Temple for another installment of My Last Tour, and WUSF takes an in-depth look at Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas who made an appearance yesterday at Stetson University.
Since the earthquake last month in Haiti Florida has taken in about 500 patients and despite recent rumors that Florida has been turning petients away it plans on accepting more, school officials for Trapnell Elementary in Plant City say that "big trucks with lots of grout started pulling in yesterday" and school offcials hope to begin filling in a potential sink hole that caused the school to close temporarily, WUSF takes an in depth look at the controversy surrounding two new Priests that are expected to be ordained in the coming days, House Appropriations Council rejects Governor's budget, Public Service Commission staff and its utilities may not be able to have off the record discussions, and Larry Robinson, a Florida A&M vice president, may have a position in the Obama administration.
House Appropriations Council rejects Governor's budget, Public Service Commission staff and its utilities may not be able to have off the record discussions, and Larry Robinson, a Florida A&M vice president, may have a position in the Obama administration.
America’s Navy comes home to Tampa March 13-21. The Navy Week celebration gives the Tampa community the opportunity to meet some of the Navy’s Sailors and learn about the Navy’s critical mission and its broad-ranging capabilities. The Navy’s precision flight demonstration team, The Blue Angels, will headline the Navy Week in Tampa, performing at MacDill Air Force Base March 20-21.