Freshman GOP Rep. Curbelo Diagnosed With Whooping CoughFlorida Rep. Carlos Curbelo has been diagnosed with whooping cough.
Lingering Issues Raise Possibility Of Another SessionOfficially, as of Tuesday, there will be 85 days left until the Legislature returns to the Capitol for committee meetings and 203 days left until the 2016 legislative session begins. But even as a special session to deal with the state budget finally came to an end Friday, there were questions about whether another session might become necessary this year.
Budget Votes Finally Send Lawmakers HomeAfter two sessions, 108 days and one rancorous health-care debate, the final gavels fell Friday in the House and Senate following approval of a $78.7 billion budget that settled few of the issues dividing the Capitol.
'Growlers' Going To The GovernorHalf-gallon "growlers" are closer to going under brewery taps across Florida.
Homeland Chief: Gyrocopter Came In 'Under The Radar'A friend of a Florida postal worker who flew his gyrocopter onto the lawn of the U.S. Capitol is saying his friend, who he considers "a patriot," came up with the idea a year ago.
Florida Man Arrested After Landing On U.S. Capitol LawnA Florida man is under arrest after landing his one person helicopter onto the West Lawn of the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday.
Attention Parrotheads: Buffett Is Coming To The CapitolThe Capitol will be getting some special visitors that may involve the sites of Hawaiian shirts and crazy hats.
Scott Tries To Build Support For Tax CutsAs the House and Senate move forward with their budget plans this week, Gov. Rick Scott is trying to ramp up support for his proposed tax cuts.
Satanic Display At Florida Capitol DamagedThe Satanic Temple's holiday display, a day after its debut in Tallahassee, has been damaged.
Fla. Senate To Honor Golf Champ Bubba Watson The Florida Senate is planning to honor Masters champion and hometown hero Bubba Watson.
Part Of Fla. History To Step Back Into Spotlight A historic house, near the Florida Governor's Mansion, will soon open it's doors to the public.
Pension Bills Now Coming Together Changes to retirement plans covering hundreds of thousands of public employees started coming together Thursday on both sides of the Capitol, raising the prospects of success on long-stymied issues.