Grave Excavation To Begin At Former Reform School University of South Florida researchers will begin exhuming dozens of graves Saturday at a former reform school in hopes of identifying the buried boys and learning how they died.
US Senate Looks At Troubled Oyster Industry The U.S. Senate Commerce Committee is holding a field hearing in the Panhandle to hear first-hand about the near-collapse of the state's oyster industry.
Senator Says Supercomputers Need Boost U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson says it's imperative for the United States to upgrade two supercomputers that forecast major weather events.
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Florida's Leading Democrat Seeks Third Term Standing in front of a small group eating fried chicken and Southern food, U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson recalls how this small Panhandle town got a fire truck with the help of the federal stimulus.
Florida Election Qualifying Losing Personal Touch The tradition of Florida candidates standing in line to be among the first to file their qualifying papers was just a memory Monday.

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