Money Pours Into Competitive Legislative RacesOnly a relative handful of Florida's 160 legislative districts feature truly competitive races.
State Steers Money To Bike, Pedestrian PathsTransportation officials are moving forward with projects to build 45 bicycle and pedestrian paths throughout the state.
‘Unshackled’ Trump Wraps Up Day With Rally In Panama City BeachAn “unshackled” Donald Trump rallied in Panama City Beach in an effort to shore up support in a key battleground state.
Another Pot Hearing Kicks OffA Central Florida nursery is trying to persuade a judge that they deserves a highly sought-after license to sell medical marijuana products.
Bill Clinton To Visit Florida On Tuesday To Push Voter RegistrationHillary Clinton’s campaign announced her husband will rally for her in the Sunshine State on Tuesday.
Trump To Rally In West Palm Beach On ThursdayIn an effort to rally support in a key battle ground state, GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump will make another stop in Florida.
Scott Renews Push For Incentives Amid House OppositionGov. Rick Scott plans to ask lawmakers in 2017 to provide $85 million for economic incentives.
State Lawmaker Pleads Guilty To Wire FraudState Rep. Reggie Fullwood pleaded guilty Thursday to two counts in a federal indictment a month before his re-election bid.
Scott Orders Faster Notice After PollutionGov. Rick Scott ordered new public notification rules as a result of a sewage spill in Pinellas County and a sinkhole south of Lakeland.
Skimmer, Trafficking Laws Hit Books SaturdayThere are 26 new laws that will take effect this weekend after being crafted during the 2016 legislative session.
Second Chance For Miami Gardens Mayoral Candidate After Bid Canceled Over Check MistakeIt’s another South Florida election mess up, with the results tossed today by the Florida Supreme Court.
Justices Order New Election In Qualifying Check CaseFlorida Supreme Court ordered a new mayoral election in Miami Gardens after the disqualification of a candidate over a returned check.