Governor Rick Scott
Governor Rick Scott touted Friday that he has achieved a promise from his 2010 campaign as Florida has added more than 700,000 jobs since he took office.
The release of American contractor Alan Gross from a Cuban prison is representative of a marked change in U.S./Cuba relations.
Gov. Rick Scott has reappointed Secretary of State Ken Detzner, who serves as Florida’s chief elections officer.
For the fourth year in a row, the Sunshine State’s debt has decreased.
Taxpayers are on the hook for at least $307,000 — and perhaps much more — to cover legal expenses in Gov. Rick Scott’s repeated failed efforts to convince courts that a onetime campaign pledge to drug-test welfare recipients is constitutional.
A Tallahassee lawyer, who says Gov. Rick Scott intentionally broke the state’s public records law, has been given some extra ammunition and permission in his lawsuit.
Records show Florida Governor Rick Scott used his private email account for state business.
Amid reports of abuse by state prison guards, allegations of retaliation against whistleblowers and a multimillion-dollar deficit, Gov. Rick Scott’s corrections chief, Mike Crews, has announced that he’s stepping down.
An administrative law judge Friday struck down a rule proposed by health regulators as a framework for Florida’s new medical-marijuana industry, finding multiple flaws in the controversial rule challenged by the state’s largest nursery and other growers.
The 2014 election wasn’t a good one for Florida’s lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community.