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Results are too close to call in the race for State Senate District 19. Only several hundred votes separate State Representative Darryl Rouson of St. Petersburg from Tampa Representative Ed Narain. A recount is expected. It was getting into the wee hours Tuesday night, as just about every primary contest was being decided - except District 19....

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Florida Matters

Florida Matters: Reading, Writing, 'Rithmatic and... Litigation: A New School Year Begins
Schools in Florida have a lot to deal with. A massive new federal education law looms on the horizon. Parents are suing over standardized testing  and the NAACP is suing over vouchers for private school. To help us sort out the... more...

Classical WSMR

Program: Evening Masterwork
Part of the reason Robert Schumann became a composer was because he permanently damaged two of the fingers on his right hand at an early age, which effectively ended his hopes of becoming a virtuosic concert pianist. That injury also led Schumann to pick up the cello, and while the composer did not establish himself as a cellist, he did learn much about the instrument and how to write for it. We’...more...

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University Beat

Marine science researchers, including some from USF, look at a scorpionfish taken from the Gulf of Mexico (courtesy Elizabeth Herdter, USF College of Marine Science)
A six-week scientific cruise through the Gulf of Mexico took off at the beginning of August. The scientists aboard the R/V Weatherbird II are studying how wildlife and portions of the Gulf were impacted by the Deepwater Horizon oil spill and a similar disaster in 1979. On University Beat on WUSF 89... more...

All Night Jazz

Horace Silver
Program: All Night Jazz
Tonight on All Night Jazz, Jackson Harpe will continue our weeklong tribute to our Focus Artist of the Week, the soulful, hard bop pioneer Horace Silver, and commemorate the anniversary of trumpeter Kenny Dorham. Then later, on the Midnight Standard, we’ll hear another version of Jerome Kern’s  “All The Things You Are.” All that and more tonight on All Night Jazz starting at 9 on WUSF 89.7.    more...

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Skyway Tanker Fire

Skyway Tanker Fire

On Tuesday, July 11th, a diesel tanker truck blew out a tire and caught fire near the top of the Sunshine Skyway Bridge in the southbound lanes. The driver walked away.

The incident snarled traffic for hours and left communities talking about transportation alternatives in the event of other problems on the bridge. 

 

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