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Engineering College Looks To Improve 'Grand Experiment'Three years after lawmakers debated splitting up the engineering college jointly run by FAMU and FSU, the school is at a critical juncture.
Jameis Winston Settles Civil Lawsuit With Rape AccuserA dark cloud that has been hanging over a former Florida State Seminoles star quarterback may finally be gone.
No. 10 Canes Fizzle In Second Half, Fall 20-19 To Rival No. 23 Florida StateAfter leading 13-0 late in the second quarter, No. 10 Miami went scoreless until the final two minutes of the fourth quarter and saw No. 23 Florida State score 20 unanswered points as the Hurricanes fell 20-19 Saturday night in front of a sellout crowd of 65,685 fans at Hard Rock Stadium.
Woman Charged In FSU Law Professor's KillingIt’s been over two years but law enforcement is still working hard.
Viral Infection Hits Florida State University A viral infection has hit Florida State University prompting some major cleaning and cancellations.
Miami Hurricanes Enter AP Top 25 PollAs Miami fans continue to feel quite content with the Hurricanes’ 70-3 season-opening win over Florida A&M University, the team got some good news Tuesday afternoon that'll keep fans smiling.
Family Of Slain Florida Legal Scholar To Be Paid $40,000An agency that handles 911 calls will pay $40,000 to the family of a well-known Florida State University law professor gunned down in his garage.
Police: Killing Of Professor Linked To Bitter DivorceThe killing of a Florida State University law professor wast part of a murder-for-hire scheme, according to newly released court records.
Lawyer: Garcia Did Not Kill Florida State Law ProfessorThe lawyer representing a South Florida man accused of killing a Florida State University professor says his client will plead not guilty to murder charges.
Man Charged In FSU Professor's Murder Faces JudgeA man arrested in connection to the murder of a Florida State University law professor in 2014 went before a Broward judge Thursday morning.
Judge Sides With FSU In 'Game Day' Gun DisputeFlorida State University won't have to pay damages to a gun-rights group for incorrect information about firearms published in a 2015 football "game day" guide.
Scientists Head Out To Study Oil Spill In The GulfResearchers will study the Shell leak of about 88,200 gallons in the Gulf of Mexico off the Louisiana coast, scientist said Monday.

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