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Lawmakers Venture To Keys Undersea Lab

A group of South Florida lawmakers put on their wetsuits Saturday and dove down under in the Keys to raise awareness about the future of Aquarius.

CBS4–07/21/2012

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“Stuff The Bus” Event Aims To Bring More School Supplies To Classrooms

With a month to go before the start of school in South Florida, teachers are beginning to stock up on school supplies.

CBS4–07/19/2012

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County IG Report: Miami Heat Spending Is Questionable

The Miami Dade Inspector General issued a scathing report Thursday afternoon, rebuking county officials for failing to show even the slightest interest in how the AmericanAirlines Arena has been operated by the Miami Heat.

CBS4–05/31/2012

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Miami Marlins’ Expenses Under The Microscope

A bill battle is brewing between the Miami Marlins and Miami-Dade County.

CBS4–05/29/2012

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Scott Vetoes $142 Million In State Funding

Florida Governor Rick Scott signed the new state budget that will cost roughly $70 billion Tuesday. But, Scott also vetoed more than $140 million in spending for various programs including several key programs in South Florida.

CBS4–04/17/2012

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Budget Cuts Threaten Future Of Farm Share

A South Florida organization which provides free food to those in need is facing a desperate need of their own; funding.

CBS4–04/02/2012

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FL University Presidents Warn Of Closures If Spending Cuts Persist

The budget passed out of the Florida Senate last week slashes state funding to the eleven public universities by $400 million.

CBS4–02/28/2012

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House Gives Preliminary Approval To Budget

The Florida House of Representatives has given tentative approval to the state’s more than $65 billion budget.

CBS4–02/08/2012

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Fla. Democrats Can’t Attend Own Fundraiser

The Florida Democratic Party is about to answer the question what happens when you throw a “legislative appreciation party” and no legislators show up.

CBS4–02/06/2012

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Opa-Locka, 12 Other Cities Get Housing, Community Revitalization Grant

Thirteen communities across the U.S., including Opa-Locka, will split $3.6 million to use towards grassroots efforts to revitalize housing and their community, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) announced Tuesday.

CBS4–01/10/2012

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