A group of teens who helped rescue several people from a rolled over van have received a special recognition award from Gov. Rick Scott.
Jim sits down with Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz one-on-one to discuss everything from immigration reform, to the AP scandal, to the 2014 Florida governor’s race.
The 2013 session is set to adjourn May 3rd. Our reporter roundtable takes an in-depth look at what might or might not get accomplished
A bill aiming to expand access to health care coverage for Florida children may not be passed in time.
A bill that would significantly raise campaign contributions survived a House vote Friday.
Mayor Luigi Boria, who attracted national attention for his proposal to make Doral an officially bilingual city, has turned his focus to immigration reform.
Former Gov. Charlie Crist, who was once a Republican, gave one of his first speeches as a Democrat Friday night.
Gov. Rick Scott came into office on a conservative wave, promising to change Tallahassee, fight President Barack Obama’s health care overhaul and make Florida as business friendly as he could.
Insurance regulators across Florida have a Herculean task on their hands.
Eight years ago, Michelle Spence-Jones was elected to the Miami City Commission. Despite an embattled past, she plans to run for re-election.