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Florida Matters: Attorney General Debate (October 21, 2014)
 

Florida's candidates for attorney general met for their first and only debate earlier this month. Incumbent Republican Pam Bondi, Democratic challenger George Sheldon and Libertarian candidate Bill Wohlsifer met in the studios of Bay News 9 in...

 
Florida Matters: A Boom in Backyard Agriculture (October 14, 2014)
 

More and more these days, farms are coming to the city. Laws have been changing around the state that make it easier for suburban homeowners to dabble in backyard agriculture. We're taking a look at this "do-it-yourself" food movement, from...

 
Florida Matters: Wrong-Way Crashes (October 7, 2014)
 

Since February, there have been five fatal wrong-way crashes along Tampa highways that have killed 11 people. Just what is going on? According to transportation experts and law enforcement, alcohol plays a huge role in the fatal wrong-way crashes...

 
Florida Matters: Greenlight Pinellas (September 30, 2014)
 

This November, voters will decide the fate of Greenlight Pinellas, which includes a one-cent increase in the county’s sales tax in exchange for a long-term plan for light rail and expanded bus service. We will hear from Barb Haselden of No Tax...

 
Florida Matters: How To Be A Savvy Health Consumer (September 23, 2014)
 

The last time you felt dizzy or experienced an unusual pain, be honest. Did you Google it? Or have you ever read a post on Facebook that got you worried about your health? We have gathered a panel of experts, including Health News Florida editor...

 
Florida Matters: Aging in Place (September 16, 2014)
 

Last summer, a Georgetown University study found that an overwhelming majority of baby boomers want to age in place -- stay living in their homes as long as possible. But only 1 in 5 of those surveyed said they had any plan to remodel their home...

 
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