Sunshine State News (SSN), in collaboration with Ed Dean, the No. 1 radio talk show host in Florida, announces the launch of Florida Minute, an informative and compelling series of radio news breaks covering the latest in state news and politics.
If you're worried the state isn't protecting enough environmentally sensitive lands, this was an outstanding day. The Florida Board of Trustees Tuesday approved the purchase of two conservation easements totaling 2,903 acres as part of the Rural and Family Lands Protection Program.
On Thursday, Pope Francis spoke to Congress, the first pontiff to ever address a Joint Meeting of Congress. Members of the Florida delegation offered their thoughts on the Pope’s speech on Thursday.
Republican presidential hopefuls sparred in the party's second series of televised debates Wednesday night. The 11 highest polling candidates squared off just after 8 p.m. ET; the undercard four candidates had taken the stage two hours earlier. Jake Tapper, CNN's chief Washington correspondent, moderated the main event.
The following is a full transcript of Wednesday night's "main event" GOP presidential debate from the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, Calif.
Sunshine State News’ Allison Nielsen will be talking new media at the Florida Association of Professional Lobbyists’ 11th annual conference at the Grand Hyatt in Tampa this week.
Florida State University announced Monday a number of changes in the traffic patterns fans are accustomed to on football game days, as well as additions to the list of items fans won't be allowed to bring into the stadium.
“We are all excited about the first football game of the season, and we want fans to have a safe, enjoyable day,” David L. Perry, the university’s assistant vice president for safety and chief of police, said in a written statement. “That’s why it is extremely important that they pay attention to the changes this year.”
WMEL, the flagship station of the Ed Dean Radio Show -- top political radio talk-show host focused on Florida politics -- has moved frequencies from 1300AM to 1060 AM, boosting its range as it goes from 5, 000 watts to 50,000 watts.
John Harper, owner of Broadcast House LLC, and operator of WMEL purchased WIXC and earlier this month expanded the range of his station, including Dean’s show.
The Senate might be patting itself on the back for extending participation in the International Space Station, but NASA Administrator Charles Bolden wants Congress to know his agency is being forced to rely on Russia for launches instead of returning the flights to this country. And nobody at NASA is happy about it.
It's a contract "modification" worth $490 million to Russia.
After its first full year in operation, Florida East Coast Railway's Intermodal Container Transfer Facility (ICTF) in Fort Lauderdale is heralded as a complete success. And it's in perfect position to take on added business when larger cargo ships begin moving through the Panama Canal.
The facility next to Port Everglades accounts for a 26 percent increase in port volume, according to James R. Hertwig, FECR president and CEO.