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GM Takata Airbag News: Car Maker Asks for Recall Delay

In a move that will surprise some, General Motors has petitioned U.S. safety regulators to delay the recall of nearly one million vehicles that contain...

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  • Sep 20, 2016

Workplace Retaliation: The Most Common Forms You Should be Aware of

When employees make a valid complaint about discrimination to their employers, there are laws in place to protect them from retaliation. While some forms of...

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  • Sep 16, 2016

How Will Proposed Traffic Improvements Impact Mobility for St. Augustine’s Residents?

Discussions for St. Augustine’s city wide mobility plan continue to be in the works, but one official at last week’s meeting proposed the city begin...

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  • Sep 16, 2016

Kristen Bell’s "Pinksourcing" Video Says Women Don't Ask for Raises: Studies Show Otherwise

Kristen Bell spears the issue of the gender wage gap in her hilarious short “Pinksourcing” for The Huffington Post’s latest series, “Celebs Have Issues,” where...

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  • Sep 16, 2016

Bay Street 30-Day Pilot Study: Will the New Road Safety Measures Help or Hurt?

September marks the start of the City of Savannah’s 30-day pilot study of Bay Street. After a number of pedestrian accidents on Bay Street, including...

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  • Sep 16, 2016

Distracted Driving on the Rise: How Can Tampa Drivers Stay More Alert on the Road?

What do two recent car accidents in the Tampa Bay area have in common? They were both caused by motorists who took their eyes off...

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  • Sep 15, 2016

National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month: The Link Between Bullying and Youth Suicide

Each year, the National Alliance on Mental Illness dedicates one month to promote resources and awareness around the issue of suicide prevention. This year, September...

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  • Sep 14, 2016

Lake Fannie Rescue an Example of How to Stay Alive During Boat Accidents

Last week, the Winter Haven Fire Department rescued three people from a disabled pontoon boat and two people from a capsizing airboat after a storm...

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  • Sep 14, 2016

How Jackson Residents Can Prevent Fire Hazards in the Home

Last week, a dozen residents of a Jackson home escaped an early morning house fire unscathed. Firefighters responded to the call in the early morning...

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  • Sep 14, 2016

The 3 Major Causes of Accidents Along I-95 in St. Johns County

Major interchanges along Interstate 95 in St. Johns County continue to experience high numbers of wrecks — and data shows it’s worsening. There are various...

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  • Sep 14, 2016

National Group of Law Enforcement Announces Support for Medical Marijuana in Florida

With the vote on Amendment 2 less than two months away, the movement to legalize medical marijuana in Florida has received an endorsement from an...

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  • Sep 13, 2016

Kissimmee’s Most Common Wage Thieves

Over 800 hotel workers in the Central Florida area will be sharing roughly $133,000 in back wages after the Department of Labor discovered a Kissimmee-based...

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  • Sep 13, 2016

Brevard Priest Fraud Case Shines Light on Scammers Targeting the Elderly

A Brevard County priest accused of defrauding an elderly woman is accused of stealing nearly $90,000 from his victim in less than a year. This...

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  • Sep 13, 2016

If Uber Leaves Tampa Over Tighter Regulations, Could Drunk Driving Accidents Rise?

Hillsborough County officials are set to discuss tighter regulations for rideshare services like Uber and Lyft on Sept. 14. The new regulations would likely require...

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  • Sep 12, 2016

Wells Fargo Consumer Fraud Scandal: Bank Pays Big Fine for Fake Accounts

Wells Fargo, one of the largest banks in the nation, is at the center of a massive scandal in which employees opened nearly two million...

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  • Sep 10, 2016