Florida voters may pass a constitutional amendment that would set aside billions of dollars for land conservation and other environmental projects in the state.
A legislative committee approved a report that projects a surplus in the budget year that starts in July.
After sitting idle at the Port of Miami in 2012, Miami-Dade’s fire boats may soon be back in service. Late Wednesday afternoon, Miami-Dade Fire Chief Ray Downey said there is a tentative agreement to place the county’s fire boats back in the water and responding to calls.
A coalition that challenged Florida’s congressional districts is asking the state’s Supreme Court to hear their case.
Former Florida Governor Charlie Crist is trying to win his old job back—but this time as a Democrat.
Former President Bill Clinton is in town tonight stumping for the former Republican Governor Charlie Crist.
New money, a new leader and a sweeping new law had Florida’s child-welfare professionals and foster parents feeling cautiously optimistic at their annual gathering this week.
A civil rights group is calling for a federal investigation into single-gender classes in three Florida counties.
With a little more than two months to go before Election Day, a new poll reveals, Republican Gov. Rick Scott has a 5-point lead over his Democratic rival Charlie Crist.
Local leaders are reacting to the newly released video which purports to show the beheading of U.S. Journalist Steven Sotloff.