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Archive for Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Atlas V Launches From Cape

An Atlas V rocket carrying a GPS satellite launched from Cape Canaveral air force station Wednesday, a day after a rocket carrying supplies for the International Space Station blew up seconds after lifting off in Virginia
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UPDATE: Former FAMU band member she was shunned for avoiding hazing

A former Florida A&M University band member says she submitted to a ritual prosecutors describe as hazing because she felt shunned for not doing it. The testimony came Wednesday in the trial of another former band member charged in the 2011 death of drum major Robert Champion.
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Early Voters Give Florida GOP a Seven-point Lead

The general election is a week away, but about two million Floridians have already cast ballots. Republican have an edge in early voting, but Democrats see a silver lining in the governor’s race.
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