Starwood Warns Of Data Breach At 54 Of Its HotelsHospitality group Starwood said hackers got access to credit and debit card information for some people who shopped or dined at 54 of its hotels including some in Florida.
Poll: Gov. Scott Approval Rating ClimbsFlorida Governor Rick Scott's approval rating among Florida voters has gone up substantially from earlier this summer.
Anthem Bids $48 billion For Cigna To Create Health GiantThe nation's largest insurer by enrollment is set to be created once Anthem buys rival Cigna as part of a $48 billion deal.
Gov. Scott Heads To Connecticut On Jobs-Seeking TripGov. Rick Scott is on his way to Connecticut on a two-day trip as part of his ongoing effort to lure businesses to relocate to Florida.
Sisters Divided In Murder Trial Of Ex-NFL Player Aaron Hernandez Two sisters are being torn apart by Aaron Hernandez’s murder trial.
'Real Housewives' Star Makes Prison Her New HomeOne of New Jersey's "Real Housewives" has gone to the big house.
Kozy Shack Recalls Puddings Over LabelingPudding maker Kozy Shack Enterprises has issued a recall for some of its puddings due to a labeling issues.
NFL May Increase Domestic Violence Punishments Ravens running back Ray Rice is sitting out two games for domestic violence. A positive marijuana test, meanwhile, means Browns wide receiver Josh Gordon will miss a full year.
European Soccer Clubs Opening US Academies As the U.S. appetite for soccer grows, more American kids are harboring dreams of becoming the next David Beckham or Leo Messi. Their aspirations, realistic or not, have not gone unnoticed by top international teams, which are trying to capitalize financially.
UPS: 51 Retail Stores Breached By Malware A computer virus may have compromised credit and debit card information for customers of the The UPS Store.
Heat Sign Napier To $1.2M DealShabazz Napier has signed his rookie deal with the Miami Heat.
Justice Pariente Beats Drum For Eyewitness Expert TestimonyFlorida Supreme Court Justice Barbara Pariente is on a crusade to change how courts treat eyewitness expert testimony, writing in a strongly-worded opinion on Thursday that the state's approach lags decades behind scientific evidence.