Speculation About Scott As Running Mate IncreasesSome are starting to believe Gov. Rick Scott could be Donald Trump's running mate if the real-estate mogul clinches the GOP presidential nomination.
Justices: Individuals Being Questioned Must Be Told When Lawyer Is PresentIndividuals who are voluntarily being questioned by authorities have to be told when a lawyer is present, the Florida Supreme Court decided on Thursday.
Feds Say New Abortion Law Can't Block Clinic FundingA key federal health agency on Tuesday notified Florida and other states that they may not ban Medicaid funding for family-planning services at clinics that also offer elective abortions.
Court Rejects Bid To Throw Out Florida Congressional MapA federal court turned aside Democratic Congresswoman Corrine Brown's legal fight to keep her current district intact.
State Required To Pay Legal Fees In Gay-Marriage FightLawyers representing plaintiffs who successfully challenged Florida's ban on same-sex marriage are entitled to collect legal fees from the state, a federal judge has ruled.
Scott, Atwater Mum On Insurance Commissioner PicksIt remained unclear Monday whether Gov. Rick Scott and state Chief Financial Officer Jeff Atwater will be able to find common ground on the appointment of Florida's next insurance commissioner.
Building Owners Sue State Over LeasesThe owners of a controversial office building in Tallahassee that leases to several state agencies went to court Monday to try to block legislation requiring state workers to leave the facility.
Money Flies Into Competitive Senate RacesMoney is flying into Florida's competitive Senate races.
Scott Poised To Act On Health, Education BillsIn a final flurry of activity from the legislative session, Gov. Rick Scott this week will take action on heavily debated health, education and tax bills.
Food Stamp Recipients Face Work RequirementAbout 300,000 Floridians who qualified for food stamps now face a work requirement that went into effect Jan. 1.
Justices Mull Tax Fight Over Pay TelevisionThe Florida Supreme Court on Wednesday waded into a constitutional fight about a higher state tax rate for satellite-television companies than for their cable TV competitors.
Scott Signs Repeal Of 'Shacking Up' LawFor the first time since shortly after the Civil War, it is no longer a crime for unmarried men and women to shack up in the Sunshine State.