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Prison officials said a warden and two of his assistants were fired because the investigation of an inmate who died in a scalding shower was taking too long.
We rely on our smartphones for just about everything these days, but just like a computer, they can be easily hacked.
Charlie Crist has been endorsed by Florida’s largest gay rights group in his run for Governor.
A federal appeals court wrestled Friday with the authority of law enforcement to obtain and use records from cellphone towers.
In a blow to Gov. Rick Scott, the U.S. Supreme Court on Monday said it would not take up his appeal of a ruling that blocked across-the-board drug testing for state employees.
Friends and family representatives of an 18-year-old Miami Beach street artist who died after being stunned by a police Taser last August are calling for action after new developments in the case.
A long-standing federal court case over the treatment of homeless people in Miami has finally come to an end with a settlement.
In an effort to protect patient information, state health officials announced an increase in security of its statewide prescription drug datatbase.
In the final days of the legislative session, the Florida legislature passed a bill which limits the appeals and speeds up the execution process of those on death row.
Could drones soon be patrolling the skies over the Sunshine State. A bill that would allow law enforcement to use the unmanned aircraft under narrow guidelines is moving quickly through the Florida House on Thursday.