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Siesta Promenade: More Car Accidents or Better Retail Options?

The controversial Siesta Promenade project, a mixed-use lifestyle center for living and shopping, will go forward. However, the planned construction of Siesta Promenade is sparking...

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  • sarasota
  • Sep 7, 2016

Overtime and Underpaid: Bankers Feeling the Same Pain as Fast-Food Workers

Although it may seem unlikely, white-collar bank employees and fast food workers have something big in common. Lately, it seems like there are regular reports...

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  • Sep 7, 2016

Palm Avenue's on a 'Road Diet': Could It Make Downtown Tampa Safer?

Have you ever heard of a “road diet”? It’s basically what it sounds like: Cutting down on roads. It’s happening here in Tampa as part...

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  • tampa
  • Sep 6, 2016

Iron, Calcium Among Ways to Potentially Keep Kids Lead-Free

Parents in communities across the world know well the threat lead poisoning can cause to children’s health. Whether the lead is in the soil, the...

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  • Sep 3, 2016

Insurance Tips: What to Do Before and After Hurricane Hermine

Hurricane season poses unique challenges for homeowners and business-owners alike, both in preparation for landfall and, even more so, if a storm damages a home...

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  • Sep 2, 2016

A Grandmother's Story: How Amendment 2 Could Change Lives

The referendum on medical marijuana in Florida has been a white-hot issue for a while now, but what some may not realize is that the...

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  • Sep 2, 2016

Road Construction in The Villages: How Rolling Acres Is Becoming Safer

Construction on the dangerous Rolling Acres Road intersection in The Villages is scheduled to finish this week. The various complaints and accidents at the intersection...

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  • Sep 1, 2016

Unintentional Injuries Abound in NYC: Here's How to Avoid Them

In a city as crowded and busy as New York, it is easy to get distracted. Even though this makes for a fun and interesting...

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  • new-york
  • Sep 1, 2016

Aggressive Driving Situations: How Naples Drivers Can Avoid Them

As of last week, the Collier County Sheriff’s Office launched a campaign against aggressive driving in the Naples area. Prompted by a rise in complaints...

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  • naples
  • Sep 1, 2016

St. Augustine Storm Safety Tips: How to Be Prepared for Tropical Depression 9

Tropical Depression 9 is making its way through the Gulf of Mexico, and could potentially turn into a tropical storm as it picks up wind...

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  • st-augustine
  • Aug 31, 2016

Leon County's Dangerous Intersections: How Can It Make Them Safer?

An intersection minutes outside of Tallahassee is causing concern among after a fatal crash occurred there last week. This is the 13th crash to happen...

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  • tallahassee
  • Aug 31, 2016

The 4 Most Worrying Facts About the Chipotle Wage Theft Case

Chipotle is under fire yet again, and this time it’s not about food-borne illnesses. Nearly 10,000 workers have sued the fast food chain for alleged...

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  • Aug 31, 2016

How Can Brooklyn Become Safer for Cyclists?

The sister of a cyclist killed in a car accident launched a petition this week to install a bike lane on Classon Avenue in Clinton...

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  • new-york
  • Aug 30, 2016

Could a New Federal Speed-Cap Rule Make Driving Near Trucks Safer?

In an effort to reduce the number of annual traffic fatalities, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration have...

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  • Aug 30, 2016

Your Daytona Beach Worksite Safety Checklist

A man working for a termite company in Daytona Beach suffered from third-degree burns after being shocked by a power line last week. He was...

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  • daytona-beach
  • Aug 26, 2016