Residents of an apartment complex in North Tampa took to the street this afternoon, marching in front of the apartment managerÃ¢â¬â¢s offices, and holding signs to protest neglectful behavior by management.
Ã¢â¬ÅRecently I went on a cold weekend with no hot water or no heat, I left messages, I had none for 4 days..
Alex has lived at the cinnamon cove apartments along 15th street, south of 125th Avenue, for the past 5 years.
..they band aid, they just...
The Wheels of Justice Tour, featuring Dave Lippman and speakers back from the Middle East discussing the conditions in Iraq and the Palestinian Terroritories comes to Tampa this Saturday night.
The event is in part a fundraiser for the Hillsborough County Green Party and the Wheels of Justice Tour
Party member Brian Becker ran briefly last year for a Hillsborough County Commission seat before dropping out due to a lack of campaign funding. He says one of the big issue that lo...
Peter Smith lives in South Bend, Indiana and has resisted paying a portion of his federal income tax for more than 35 years. His reasons? He thinks the wars fought by the U.S.- especially in the last 50 years have been wars of aggression. He's affiliated with the National War Tax Resistance Co-ordinating Committee.
As we reported last night, Former Vermont Governor Howard Dean has officially become the last man standing in the race to chair the Democratic National Committee -- a development heralded by many Democrats as the start of an aggressive drive to rebuild the party, and win elections, from the grass roots up.
Dean became the sole candidate for the Democratic National Committee chair Monday, when former Congressman Tim Roemer of Indiana -- an antiabortion rights moderate originally urged int...
The National Labor Relations Board , or N-L-R-B has issued a formal complaint accusing the Continental Group, a South Florida condominium management company, of engaging in unfair labor practices.
Following an investigation of charges filed by the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) Local 11, the NLRBÃ¢â¬â¢s General Counsel has found probable cause that the Continental Group caused subcontractor Park One to transfer valet parker Gildardo Falla to another building because...
Under the presidents new proposed budget, $3.2 billion dollars would be provided for HIV-AIDS to foreign nations, but many domestic aids programs would suffer funding decreases. The budget would cut $14 million from the Housing for Persons Living with AIDS program, and would trim $4 million from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's HIV-AIDS prevention and surveillance program. Today, WMNF spoke to Carl Schmidt, the director of federal affairs with the aids institute. Schmidt sa...
United States Commission on International Religious Freedom has released a report that examines how people seeking asylum are treated when they reach the United States.
Some of the conclusions of the study include-- that improper questioning by homeland security is leading many people to be improperly sent back to a country from which they are fleeing, that those people who were given legal representation stood a much better chance of being allowed to stay, that people from certain countri...
More than 575,000 gallons of raw sewage flowed into Hudson Bayou in Sarasota last week after an electrical shortage caused pumps at one of the city's largest lift stations to malfunction.
Hours after the station shut down, city officials began diverting the sewage into four 4,000-gallon tankers that took it to a nearby collection station. From there, the sewage was carried to a different treatment plant.
The break allowed 1,400 gallons of human waste to tumble into the bayou every minu...
Glasser is a practicing psychiatrist who believes that psychiatric drugs do more harm than good. He's written several books about his theories- that mental problems can not be measured by any form of test (brain scan, blood tests, x-rays, etc.) He says most psychological problems can be overcome by building better relationships. He'll visit the Bay area later this week.
Last week, the Florida department of health announced they will be referring 24,000 disciplinary cases of doctors and other health care professionals to state prosecutors. The massive caseload includes cases going back to 1992; under state law each complaint should have been looked into when it was received. WMNFÃ¢â¬â¢s Andrew Stelzer has more on FloridaÃ¢â¬â¢s department of health, coming under fire.
Ã¢â¬ÅI started documenting psyche abuse by getting discipli...