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The family killed in the weekend crash was the first fatality logged at the Venice Municipal Airport in more than 14 years.

Venice, federal authorities search for victims of plane crash in Gulf of Mexico

Florida's governor is one of 10 finalists for the award, which last year went to Elon Musk.

Actress Kirstie Alley had not previously disclosed her cancer diagnosis. She was 71.

Roaches found in Sarasota area kitchen, other restaurants ace inspections

Suncoast Science Center/Faulhaber Fab Lab launching FIRST LEGO League robotics program

System in Atlantic could become rare December subtropical or tropical storm

On Dec. 10, Manatee Players is presenting a holiday cabaret program benefitting the Venice Theatre, which suffered major damage during Hurricane Ian.

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COVID surge in Florida: Cases rise 332.9% in one week, state among fastest-spreading in US

Florida teen fighting for her life against COVID-19; family begs people to wear masks

Hundreds of LGBTQ supporters marched Sunday in Sarasota's Say Gay rally, organized in opposition to the "Don't Say Gay" bill in the Florida Legislature. “I am gay. We know that we exist, it’s not going to change us. We are still going to be here.”

For the third month in a row, #Florida  logged more #COVID19  deaths than anywhere else in America. It’s also the third summer in a row Florida has been No. 1 for #COVID  deaths.

Sarasota County needs more poll workers - a dilemma that is a clear ripple effect of Gov. Ron DeSantis' ongoing efforts to hinder how Floridians vote. Now more than ever, it's a message that must be clearly sent.

From the editor: Guest column about Proud Boys did not meet our standards

Pine View senior Zander Moricz said his principal told him "that if my graduation speech referenced my activism or role as a plaintiff in the lawsuit, the school administration had a signal to cut off my microphone, end my speech, and halt the ceremony.”

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