Florida’s governor’s race continues to provide some very interesting storylines.
A central Florida man allegedly shot his three children, killing two and himself, after an argument with his wife.
The West Nile virus has now been confirmed in a third person in Volusia County.
Ray Fox, one of NASCAR’s premier engine builders and mechanics in the 1950s and ’60s, has died. He was 98.
State is getting closer to its Florida Forever fundraising goal for the upcoming budget year, though environmentalists say the amount is not enough.
A judge reduced bond for a woman accused of driving a van filled with her children into the ocean.
Attorneys are arguing a pregnant woman who drove her minivan into the ocean with her children inside, had a mental disorder.
A South Carolina woman who reported tried to kill herself and her three kids by driving her minivan into the waters off Daytona Beach will be allowed to receive in-hospital psychiatric care until a doctor says she’s fit to return to jail.
Major League Soccer, spring training baseball and the Miami Dolphins are all in play in a Senate measure that would rank stadium funding projects.
A strong cold front moving across the Florida peninsula could bring strong and possibly severe thunderstorms across South Florida late Monday afternoon and into early Tuesday morning.