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Judge: Florida Can’t Tax Seminole Electric, Rents

A federal judge sided with the Seminole Tribe of Florida in a dispute over tax collection.


Reddish leaves belong to swamp bay trees that have been killed by laurel wilt disease. (Photo by: Ellen Allen, South Florida Water Management District,  May 16, 2014)

Tree-Killing Pest Destroying Everglades Canopy

Trees are dying in the Everglades at an alarming rate and scientists worry it will result in a major change for the ecosystem if it isn’t stopped.


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Governor Scott Holds The Cards In Gambling Deal

House and Senate leaders are reaching consensus on a plan that would allow stand-alone casinos in South Florida, if voters approve. But the proposal hinges on whether Gov. Rick Scott, who’s playing his cards close to his vest, seals a deal with the Seminole Tribe.


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Backers Of Broward Casino Look To Score

A new proposal pitched to the Senate Gaming Committee Monday may make the Florida Panthers the first major-league sports team linked with a casino.


Seminole Tribe of Florida

Seminole Tribe Evicting Nearly 1,500 Elderly From Mobile Homes

All of the nearly 1,500 residents in the 55-and-older community of Hollywood Estates Mobile Home Park are being evicted from their homes.

CBS Miami–09/16/2012


Report: Fla. Republicans Raised $9M For Primaries

Florida Republicans have been raking in serious cash for this year’s primary elections.

CBS Miami–08/11/2012

Seminole Casino Coconut Creek Job Fair (Source: CBS4)

Seminole Casino Extends Job Fair

Due to the massive turnout of job seekers at their one day job fair, the Seminole Casino Coconut Creek has decided to extend it through the end of the week.


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Growing Seminole Casino Coconut Creek Brings More Jobs

South Florida job seekers may be in luck. That’s because the Seminole Casino Coconut Creek is betting on new jobs, and it’s getting ready for a hiring spree.


U.S. Army

Seminole Tribe’s Sole Active Duty Member Honored At Hard Rock

The Seminole Tribe honored its sole active duty member for his service to the country on Monday.


Betty Mae Tiger Jumper  (Source: Florida Commission on the Status of Women)

Services Monday For Former Seminole Tribe Leader

Memorial and funeral services will be held Monday for Betty Mae Tiger Jumper the first, and only, woman to chair the Tribal Council of the Seminole Tribe of Florida.



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