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MLS season starts with hopes of returning to normalcy

Major League Soccer embarks on the 2021 season with a new labor agreement in hand.

Olympic baseball qualifying in West Palm Beach, St. Lucie

The Baseball Americas Qualifier will be played on the east coast of Florida.

Injuries wreaking more havoc than virus protocols

Injuries to key players — not just their unavailability due to COVID-19 — is having the biggest effect.

Back in Business: WrestleMania ready to rumble with fans

WWE is set to welcome back fans for the first time in more than a year.

When will next generation of tennis overtake the Big Three?

Hurkacz became the lowest-ranked champion in the ATP’s top-level series since 2005.

MLB All-Star Game yanked from Georgia over voting law

The decision to pull the game from Atlanta’s Truist Park amounts to the first economic backlash against Georgia.

Olympic failures show structural issues for US Soccer, MLS

The Americans failed to qualify for their third straight Olympics.

Viola’s Known Agenda prevails in Florida Derby at Gulfstream

Jockey Irad Ortiz Jr. guided Known Agenda to the win in the Grade 1, $750,000 race at Gulfstream Park.

Barrier falls: Woman officiate men’s World Cup qualifiers

Kathryn Nesbitt became the first FIFA-appointed woman to work on-field officials for men’s World Cup qualifiers.

Women’s soccer stars join Biden to promote closing pay gap

The pay gap impacts the entire economy in ways that exacerbate other problems.
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World leaders pledge climate cooperation despite other rifts

The entire world faces a moment of peril” but also “a moment of opportunity.
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Gov. Ron DeSantis sued over new ‘anti-riot’ law that creates tougher penalties

The nonprofit group Legacy Entertainment & Arts Foundation filed the lawsuit in Orlando.

Broward County Schools superintendent charged with perjury

Superintendent Robert Runcie was arrested by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement.

A farmer to chefs reveals his deep vegetable knowledge

Despite thousands of years of humans working the soil, there are still things to learn.

Guilty verdicts in Floyd’s death bring joy — and wariness

From Florida to Minnesota people cheered, marched, hugged, waved signs and sang jubilantly.
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