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Ashleigh Mills

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Orlando, FL, United States

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Recent articles by Ashleigh:

UCF student reaches out to 'underserved' high schoolers to try to boost minority enrollment

Sierra Holmes' goal is to bolster Black student enrollment. → Read More

Central Florida school districts face bus driver shortage

Orange and Osceola counties see late buses, route changes. → Read More

Jury finds Anthony Todt guilty of killing his wife and children

Jurors deliberated for more than six hours before coming to a decision. → Read More

Superintendent ousted from post as top Volusia County educator in close vote

Dr. Scott Fritz will leave his job as superintendent, after two and a half years. → Read More

Wastewater shows dramatic rise in COVID-19 BA.2 omicron variant in parts of Central Florida

Wastewater samples from Altamonte Springs detect a sharp rise in just a month. → Read More

Children pushed into poverty by lack of Child Tax Credit, study finds

A Columbia study says 3.4 million more kids are in poverty. → Read More

Teenager Dead Free Fall ICON Park

Deputies say a 14-year-old is dead after falling off the ride. "It appears to be a terrible tragedy," Sheriff John Mina said. → Read More

Cannabis companies expand Florida footprint, continuously increasing patient counts

The medical marijuana industry is blossoming, in the Sunshine State. → Read More

COVID testing site at Barnett Park reaches daily capacity

Testing will continue at Barnett Park Tuesday after wrapping early Monday. → Read More

Michelin Guide to award Florida chefs and boost business, for a price

The prestigious food guide’s judging is underway in Florida, and so are negotiations on the deal to bring Michelin Guide to the state. → Read More

A Father's Voice sends recorded bedtime stories from SC inmates

A new prison program is sending recordings of inmates' voices to their children, beyond the walls of Kirkland Correctional Institution where the fathers are confined. → Read More

Issues with voting machines reported at some Richland precincts

On Tuesday, voters in portions of Richland County and Lexington County get to head to the polls and choose between Republican candidates Benjamin Dunn and John Holler in the Republican runoff for t... → Read More

Proposal to pay $50 million for better voting machines at SC pol

There are millions of dollars of taxes collected that are unspent and lawmakers will decide what to do with them. → Read More

New school bus feature may STOP you in your lane

A new safety feature is rolling out onto the roads, to protect children getting on and off school buses. → Read More

Funding for Early Head Start is secure, after SC First Steps gav

According to SC First Steps Director Georgia Mjartan, the federal grant for millions of dollars that her agency’s board voted to relinquish in June has been secured by another organization and will... → Read More

It's the end of the 'snow day' as we know it for some SC schools

As many students in South Carolina public schools head back to class for the first day of a new school year, some districts can promise parents the school calendar is permanent. → Read More

Number of children not being immunized on the rise in SC

There are more parents choosing not to have their children vaccinated each year in South Carolina, according to data from the Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC). → Read More

SC teacher's association announces efforts to help educators

SCEA President Sherry East expressed her group’s appreciation to SC teachers returning to classrooms for the new school year, and detailed efforts to get help to teachers on Tuesday afternoon. → Read More

'Puzzling' new state law leaves school safety leaders questionin

A new state law allows retirees to get back into classrooms and work as School Resource Officers (SROs) and earn more pay; retired officers will be able to keep their retirement benefits plus earn ... → Read More

There's a price tag politicians in SC put on school safety

South Carolina politicians have put a price tag on students' safety in public schools; in this year's budget, lawmakers allocated about $17 Million to fund safety equipment and new officers. School d → Read More