Gov. Rick Scott
An extra charge on property-insurance and auto-insurance policies to cover claims paid for the 2004 and 2005 hurricane seasons will end Jan. 1.
TALLAHASSEE (CBSMiami/NSF) - The trial judge overseeing the case of Marissa Alexander, who faces 60 years in prison for firing a shot in a domestic dispute, has ruled that she is not entitled to a second immunity […]
Charlie Crist chooses the head of Miami-Dade’s Democratic Party to become his running mate for governor. What does the selection of Annette Taddeo add to the Crist ticket?
Florida’s unemployment rate is now higher than the national rate.
In a move to privatize the Medicaid program, at least three million recipients are transitioning to managed care.
A new report by a youth advocacy group argues against the widespread U.S. practice of locking up teen offenders — a practice that has been on the decline in Florida under the state’s outgoing juvenile justice chief.
In an effort to make the state’s roads safer, Gov. Rick Scott has signed into law a bill that increases penalties for drivers who leave the scene of an accident involving injuries.
Gov. Rick Scott signed a controversial expansion of eligibility for the state’s de facto school-voucher system and 57 other bills Friday, nearly completing the work of deciding which measures from the spring legislative session to approve.
The competition is on for two spots in the Public Service Commission.
Gov. Rick Scott signed a pair of bills Tuesday as the state continues efforts to curb human trafficking.