Child Welfare System Looks To Institute To Help ‘Steer A Course’ Lawmakers and those charged with improving Florida's child welfare system await as a state institute prepares it's first report on the troubled sector for Florida Governor Rick Scott and the Legislature. Florida Environmental Protection Secretary Resigns Herschel Vinyard, Secretary of the Florida Department of Environmental Protection, is resigning Dec. 1.
Florida Gov., Staff Used Private Email Account For State Business Records Show Broad Effort To Funnel Maps Through Public Miami-Dade Commission Takes Tilt To Left, Names First-Ever Haitian-American Chair State Corrections Chief Resigns Gun Bill Could Rekindle School Safety Debate Some Looking At The Fine Print Of Immigration Overhaul Weston Lawmaker Wants To Toughen Texting While Driving Law Governor Rick Scott: “Our Prayers Are With FSU” Immigration Advocates Anxiously Await Pres. Obama’s Announcement Florida Tourism Numbers Up For 3rd Q
Police Find Decomposing Bodies Of Elderly Lake Clarke Shores Couple Police found the badly decomposing bodies of an elderly couple after friends reported they had not seen the Lake Clarke Shore residents in quite some time. Fire Truck Runs Over Boca Raton Firefighter’s Leg After responding to a call, a firefighter was rushed to hospital after a fire truck ran over his leg.
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