The low-cost carrier Spirit Airlines is offering $29.90 one-way tickets to the Toronto region, and taking a shot at a recent admission from the city’s mayor, their ads promise “We’re not smoking crack.”
An American Airlines flight from Miami to Boston had to make an unscheduled stop in Orlando after the aircraft’s windshield cracked.
Rep. Patrick Murphy had been a cautious defender of President Barack Obama’s health care law for much of the last year, telling constituents in his swing-voting district that the far-from-perfect measure is critical to helping cover uninsured Americans.
The Current’s Special Edition: Former CFO Alex Sink, State Rep. James Grant, NYT-Bestselling Author Scott Turow, CBS Tampa Bay Cares
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It seems like every day a new company is looking to target the growing Hispanic market.
The Current: Buccaneer Mike Alstott on Hike For Hospice, Networking Tips From Aakash Patel, Orthopaedic Research in Tampa Bay, and National 4-H Council on STEM Education
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NEW YORK (AP) — Duke Energy’s net income rose 69 percent on lower merger costs, but the company’s results were still weaker than investors had hoped as milder summer weather reduced electricity demand. Duke posted […]
The Current: Obamacare Navigators, In The Kitchen at Datz Dough, Ducks Unlimited, Donate $1 at Burger King to Benefit Military Families, Junior League Holiday Gift Market
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Florida’s consumer confidence is falling sharply.
During the annual meeting of the American Academy of Pediatrics in Orlando, Fla., researchers introduced a study which found that expensive helmets for high school football players that boast new technology and custom-build mouth guards offer the same level of protection as their less costly counterparts.