Man Wanted In Miami Beach Woman's Murder Found DeadThe search is over for a man wanted in connection to the murder of his wife in a Miami Beach apartment.
Gov. Scott Balks At Feds Request To Take In Syrian RefugeesGovernor Rick Scott's administration has balked at a request from the federal government to resettle hundreds of Syrian refugees in the state.
Exclusive: Surveillance Video Key To State's Case Vs. Coral Springs Murder SuspectA three and a half minute surveillance video complied by the Coral Springs Police Department is a crucial part of the state's murder case against Enrique Macotela.
Miami Foster Home Investigated After Kids' Fight Video SurfacesAfter video surfaced of two 11-year-old foster children engaged in a violent brawl, the Department of Children and Families is investigating the Miami foster home for possible charges of child abuse.
Hundreds Of Foster Kids Reunited With Family For ChristmasIt will truly be a happy holiday for more than 1,600 kids in Florida's foster care system.
State Leaders Look To Improve Mental-Health Funding, PolicyAfter an ambitious effort to revamp Florida's mental-health treatment system died at the end of the last legislative session, state officials are readying a new round of proposals for 2016.
Rate Of Kids Coming Into Foster Care Rising, But Is It Too Much?More children are coming into Florida's foster-care system after a sweeping child-welfare reform law went into effect 19 months ago, but officials say the state is trying to focus on what's best for kids in difficult situations.
Housing Syrian Refugees A Divisive Issue In South FloridaSome Americans want to shut the doors on those fleeing from Syria after news broke that one of the terrorist responsible for the Paris attacks may have infiltrated the ranks of refugees.
Gov. Doesn't Want Syrian Refugees Relocated To StateGovernor Rick Scott has joined a chorus of other state governors who have asked the federal government to stop accepting refugees from Syria.
Florida Gov. Proposes Another Boost For Child Welfare AgencyFlorida Governor Rick Scott proposed another boost to the budget for the state's child welfare agency.
DCF, Senators Eye Ways To Bolster Child ProtectionThe chief of the Florida Department of Children and Families told lawmakers Thursday his agency is making progress at carrying out reforms but still has a long way to go.
House Leader Casts Doubt On Background-Check BillThe chairman of a key House panel says a controversial bill about background checks for workers at after-school programs won't get a hearing "in its current form" from his committee.