Jeanie Seaver of Tarpon Springs, Fla., recently won the 2020-2021 Women’s U.S. Amateur Pool Championship.  Seaver bested a field of the top amateur poolplayers from across the United States to win the sport’s most prestigious amateur women’s title. The U.S. Amateur Championship was produced and conducted by the American PoolplayersContinue Reading

News that United States Attorney Maria Chapa Lopez indicted James Lapin of threatening to assault a member of Congress went viral and proved to be riddled with false information. Now, as of March 11, Lapin can stand upright, innocent of all charges, and works to clear his name. The rulingContinue Reading

As a leading agency observing and understanding environmental changes to Earth, NASA has joined the National Climate Task Force. President Joe Biden issued an executive order Jan. 27, which initially outlined details of the task force. The administration’s climate agenda outlines putting climate at the center of the country’s foreign policy and nationalContinue Reading

The Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services is reporting an outbreak of Equine Herpesvirus Myeloencephalopathy (EHM) at a boarding facility in Marion County. The first confirmed case of a horse with neurological signs was reported by a private veterinary practitioner earlier this week. The horse subsequently tested positive forContinue Reading

As the central and southern parts of the United States weather an unprecedented cold snap, American Humane is asking pet owners to take the necessary steps to keep their animals safe from inclement weather. “States and regions that are accustomed to mild winters are experiencing weather patterns that endanger theContinue Reading

CareerSource Tampa Bay (CSTB) has $4.6 million available to assist Hillsborough County youth and adults with tuition assistance scholarships to begin post-secondary training at local schools. Scholarships awarded in totals of up to $10,000 based on the program choice. Tuition assistance is awarded in the following in-demand industries: Healthcare InformationContinue Reading

The Chicago Teachers Union voted Sunday to defy the district officials, refusing to return to the classroom as Illinois rolled out re-opening plans. Chicago Public School teachers and staff were set to return to in-person learning Monday, but with 86% voter participation, 71% voted in favor of continued remote work,Continue Reading

The U.S. Department of Energy’s National Nuclear Security Administration (DOE/NNSA) will conduct low-altitude helicopter flights over downtown Tampa and its surrounding areas Monday, Feb. 1, through Wednesday, Feb. 3, to measure naturally occurring background radiation in preparation for Super Bowl LV, which is scheduled for Sunday, Feb. 7. NNSA’s NuclearContinue Reading

In a new blog after his January 19 presentation for Friends of Science, explaining why there is “no climate emergency,” Dr. Roy Spencer points out that Canada is 50% cooler than the warming model simulations. “Canada has huge year-to-year variability in temperatures due to its strong continental climate. So, toContinue Reading

Although the 2021 March for Life rally, the 48th annual, is taking place virtually due to the COVID-19 pandemic, they still have a great line-up of Republican and Democratic speakers who are pro-life as recently announced. The list of speakers include: Representative Chris Smith (R-NJ), a long-time pro-life champion inContinue Reading

Germany expanding Covid quarantine rules, making global headlines, announcing detain people for breaching quarantine rules under the Disease Protection Act, which passed by the German Bundestag last March and renewed in November. To heighten the tension, a mutant strain of coronavirus. different to those originating in the UK, South Africa andContinue Reading

Sen. Danny Burgess filed legislation Friday that would repeal Florida’s Motor Vehicle No-Fault Law as an effort to shift liability for drivers to those who cause car accidents. Florida’s No-Fault Law requires drivers to carry personal injury protection (PIP). Burgess’ proposal, SB 54, would require motorists to carry bodily injury liabilityContinue Reading

A federal appeals court on Friday held that the exclusion of a Catholic school student from a Vermont program for some high school students to dual-enroll in college courses at public expense is likely unconstitutional under recent U.S. Supreme Court rulings on the free exercise of religion. A panel ofContinue Reading

While Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey conceded that the platform’s decision to ban incumbent US President Donald Trump limited the conversation, divided people and “set a dangerous precedent,” a audio recording from Project Veritas has now revealed that Twitter has no plans to stop its censorship with President Trump, but plansContinue Reading

Citing the damage caused by the COVID-19 crisis, Figgers Communication today announced a new partnership to support children and families in Gadsden County. The company has partnered with Gadsden County officials to increase internet access and connectivity by providing free services to 45,000 people in the county. The program willContinue Reading

Mike Rowe has taken on some of the dirtiest jobs on Earth. Now he’s putting in that same hard work ethic – along with some elbow grease – to prove once and for all that everything in the world is connected. SIX DEGREES WITH MIKE ROWE, premieres Monday, January 4 on Discovery’s streamingContinue Reading