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USF President Earns $263,500 Performance Bonus

The University of South Florida System Board of Trustees on Thursday awarded President Judy Genshaft a $263,175 performance bonus.

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David Greene talks to GOP Rep. Dennis Ross of Polk County, who says he won't support a bill to keep the government open through the holidays unless Congress approves more disaster relief for his state.

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A new program in Los Angeles is trying to provide female veterans with health care outside the VA, which some consider a male dominated environment.

Libby Denkmann reports on a new effort to provide services to female veterans.

The political battle around Obamacare doesn’t seem to be factoring into Floridians' decisions to sign up. Florida leads the nation in Obamacare enrollment. And the state’s residents are once again signing up for the program at a record rate. That’s despite Republicans’ efforts to repeal the Affordable Care Act. 

The repeal of “net neutrality” rules that allowed consumers to have equal access to the internet has upset Florida’s U.S. Democratic Senator.

Nearly 10,000 students from Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands have enrolled in Florida’s public schools since hurricanes Irma and Maria devastated the Caribbean.

Education leaders haven’t yet quantified the financial impact of absorbing them into schools. But it’ll likely take a combination of funding from the state and federal governments to cover the costs.

While visiting a Coconut Grove elementary school late last month, Gov. Rick Scott said the state has reserves that could be used to help.

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Floridians could wind up voting on two contentious health-care proposals that on Thursday drew closer to the 2018 ballot.

Floridians have two extra weeks to sign up for health insurance through the Affordable Care Act.

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The Florida Supreme Court tossed out a petition Thursday that was attempting to stop Republican Gov. Rick Scott from appointing three Supreme Court justices on the day he leaves office.

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Authorities say thefts of batteries at cellphone towers in Florida caused brief interruptions to a county 911 system.

Authorities say social media posts bolstered their investigation into a video of a shark being dragged behind a speeding boat in Florida.

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