Hurricane season has begun, and the Florida Department of Health (Department) is joining the Florida Division of Emergency Management in encouraging all residents and visitors to prepare for severe weather emergencies. Determine any risks to your home, property, or business, and update your emergency plans and supplies before Florida isContinue Reading

A possible cyberattack on The Philadelphia Inquirer disrupted the newspaper’s print operation over the weekend and prompted it to close its newsroom through at least Tuesday, when its staff will be covering an expensive and fiercely contested mayoral primary. Sunday’s newspaper was only available digitally as an e-edition. However, Sunday’sContinue Reading

As healthcare professionals across Florida call attention to the importance of organ donation in April during National Donate Life Month, a west Florida man is particularly grateful for one donor among the more than 11.8 million enrolled in the state’s Joshua Abbott Organ and Tissue Donor Registry. Just eight months afterContinue Reading

Today, Bay Pines VA Healthcare System announced they will host their second drive-through baby shower of the season at the C.W. Bill Young VA Medical Center, from 9 a.m. to noon, Saturday, May 6. The C.W. Bill Young VA Medical Center is located at 10000 Bay Pines Blvd., Bay Pines, FloridaContinue Reading

Named one of the most “beautiful cinemas” in the world, the Tampa Theatre is receiving much-needed repair and restoration improvements to protect and fully preserve the iconic landmark.  Phase I of the restoration efforts started in 2017 and addressed substantial infrastructure needs to the interior and exterior of the historical building. TheContinue Reading

Your Pie, creator of the fast-casual pizza concept, is ushering in springtime and celebrating its fifteenth year with a new limited-edition pizza, the Avocado Bacon Club, featuring Avocados from Mexico. Customers can order the specialty pie through the end of April with a scoop of limited-edition birthday cake gelato. The AvocadoContinue Reading

The list of Florida’s invasive species goes beyond reptiles and plants. Many insects and rodents we consider household pests are also invasive species.   These insects and rodents that invade households cost U.S. homeowners billions of dollars in damages and thousands of dollars a year in pest control products and services.Continue Reading

On Tuesday, March 7th and Wednesday, March 8th, the anti-abortion group Created Equal will display the victims of abortion on the University of South Florida’s (USF) campus. This outreach is part of Created Equal’s annual spring Justice Ride tour! Our week-long event was inspired by the Civil Rights Era’s Freedom Rides. We will be travelingContinue Reading

Dean of Students Joseph Bruno from Francis W. Parker School has made headlines after bragging about bringing LGBT activists to teach students about queer sex, using dildos and butt plugs. The seminar for 14 to 18-year-old students has been the center of a firestorm after Project Veritas released a newContinue Reading

iberty Counsel received a check from the City of Boston for $2,125,000 in final settlement of the Christian flag case. When the Christian flag finally flew on the Boston City Hall Plaza public forum flagpole after five years of litigation and a unanimous U.S. Supreme Court ruling in Shurtleff v. City of Boston, Liberty Counsel FounderContinue Reading

On November 5, Cincinnati U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officers seized 6 shipments of unapproved U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) drugs. The drugs included Phenibut Hydrochloride, Botulinum Toxin, and fillers containing Lidocaine. Each one of these drugs to include Injectable cosmetic treatments, are regulated by FDA. The sixContinue Reading

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit ruled Wednesday that a female-only beauty pageant has the freedom to produce pageants designed to celebrate women. Alliance Defending Freedom attorneys represent United States of America Pageants and defended the pageant’s freedom to communicate messages consistent with its values as a female-only pageant.Continue Reading

A 1974 murder cold case may finally be solved as officials claim to have identified the “Lady of the Dunes,” putting them one step closer to solving the state’s oldest murder case. Authorities in Massachusetts, federal and state authorities have worked to use investigative genealogy, which combines modern DNA analysisContinue Reading