Florida Wildlife officials are searching for a person or people who slashed a number of pelicans’ pouches and hacked their wings off.
A Senate-commissioned study could give hope to people who want the state to use a large chunk of voter-approved money for water and land projects to buy U.S. Sugar land in the Everglades before an October deadline.
Calling on something he termed “Florida exceptionalism,” Gov. Rick Scott used the annual State of the State address Tuesday to try to reinvigorate his legislative agenda after a difficult opening to his second term.
House Speaker Steve Crisafulli and Senate President Andy Gardiner entered the legislative session Tuesday with a set of shared priorities — dubbed “Work Plan 2015″ — that includes cutting taxes, crafting a water policy and boosting education spending.
Day one of the 60-day session of the Florida Legislature is officially underway in the state’s capitol.
Florida’s GOP-controlled Legislature kicks off its annual session Tuesday, one that could be consumed by plenty of high-profile issues — but lacking the intensity that comes during an election year session.
It’s probably safe to start planning for a March 15 presidential primary in Florida.
Before heading out the door, a check on the planned road closures is probably a good idea.
Health regulators are on the defensive about their latest attempt to get the state’s medical-marijuana industry up and running, rejecting criticism from a legislative oversight panel while trying to assuage concerns of parents of sick children.
A Senate committee agreed Monday that minors should be able to secretly record conversations — something currently illegal in Florida — if the talks involve unlawful sexual or violent acts against children.