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FSU Suspends All Fraternities & Sororities TFN

Florida State University says that all fraternities & sororities on campus have been suspended until further notice. That's according to the Tampa Bay Times that says the move comes after the death a freshman pledge, who appears to have have been alcohol-related. On top of that tragedy, there was also another incident in which a…

Pinellas County Deputies Round Up Unlicensed Contractors

Two months ago Pinellas County Sheriff Bob Gualtieri announced a program dubbed the Construction Licensing Investigative Unit in an effort to help the Pinellas County Construction Licensing Board crack down on unlicensed contractors. Tuesday morning, twenty roofers, painters, and others working in the construction industry - all of whom were unlicensed, working without workers' compensation,…

Girls Can Now Officially Join The Boy Scouts

Yesterday, on International Day of the Girl, the Boy Scouts organization made an historic announcement--they're letting girls join. In a statement on their website, the BSA said that the values and leadership lessons the organization teaches are important for both boys and girls. And they say that the change will help busy parents with time…

Movie Trailer: Star Wars Ep. 8: The Last Jedi

As we inch closer to the release of the next installment in the Star Wars saga, another breadcrumb was dropped during Monday Night Football last night. If you missed or just haven't had the chance to over-analyze it frame-by-frame, here's the latest trailer for Episode 8 "The Last Jedi."

Yahoo Says ALL Accounts Affected By 2013 Security Breach

Remember that big Yahoo security breach a few years ago? Well, it turns out that it was way worse than they originally thought. According to the New York Times, yesterday, Yahoo revealed that ALL 3 billion accounts that they had at the time were affected. Originally, when the 2013 hack was announced last December, they'd…

More People Than Thought Could Be Affected By Equifax Hack

More people may have been affected by that Equifax hack than initially had been predicted. According to Business Insider, the global information solutions company said yesterday that as many as 2.5 million more Americans may have been affected by the recent security breach of personal information. That brings estimates to around 145-5 million people who's…