Attorney General Pam Bondi
The Florida Department of Law Enforcement announced Monday that Florida’s crime rate dropped nearly one percent in 2011 compared to 2010. Violent crimes statewide were down by 3.7 percent.
The U.S. Supreme Court began hearing arguments Monday morning from a group of states led by Florida arguing that President Barack Obama’s signature achievement, health care reform, is unconstitutional.
The bill hasn’t even been signed by Governor Rick Scott yet, but lawsuits have already been filed over the legislature’s once-a-decade redistricting maps.
Voters in two north Florida counties approved measures that may allow slot machine permits at pari-mutual facilities in the counties on Tuesday.
The Broward County state attorney’s office has dropped a felony charge of organized fraud against Robert Hoffman, the owner of Rolladen Inc, which makes hurricane shutters.
It’s time to clean out those medicine cabinets of prescription drugs that you no longer use or are expired. Saturday is Florida’s Second Annual Statewide Drug Take-Back Event where you can give your old and unused prescription drugs to authorities for disposal.
The Florida Department of Law Enforcement and Attorney General Pam Bondi arrested eight South Florida residents for their part in a high-end burglary ring.
The Florida Department of Health announced it is going ahead with a disputed prescription drug tracking system to help close down “pill mills” that sell painkillers and other medications to drug dealers and addicts.
South Florida is known as the “pill mill” capital yet Gov. Rick Scott wants to repeal the state’s yet-to-be-implemented prescription drug tracking law that’s designed to crack down on “pill mills”.