A bill that would have banned Islamic, or Sharia Law, along with other foreign laws from being applied in state courts died in the legislature Friday.
For many people, their dogs and cats are more than just pets, they are a part of the family. So when pets get sick, some veterinarians make house calls and bring much needed medicine directly to the animal to keep it as comfortable as possible, especially when the pet has to be euthanized. But now, a new federal law is making that nearly impossible.
The Florida House passed a bill Thursday that would ban the mythical threat of Sharia, or Islamic law, and other foreign laws from being used in state courts.
Major League Baseball on Friday sued a now-shuttered South Florida clinic and its operators, accusing them of scheming to provide banned performance-enhancing drugs to players in violation of their contracts.
It’s dangerous and in many cases deadly. But Florida has no law against texting and driving. Today the legislature took a first step toward changing that, as one of many bills forbidding texting and driving went before a House Sub-Committee. CBS4′s Vanessa Borge talks to one of the local politicians trying to change the law… and then headed to the Homestead Speedway to put distracted driving to the test.
A task force looking into Florida’s Stand Your Ground law has determined the law is good and shouldn’t be overturned.
Judges, take note: you cannot be Facebook friends with the prosecutors in your cases.
It wasn’t someone’s outburst or a sick juror that halted testimony in the South Florida terrorism support trial of an elderly Muslim cleric Tuesday, but rather something more difficult to explain: an outage in transmission of live testimony from Pakistan.
Hundreds of people gathered in Tampa on Friday to remember Bill McBride’s bravery in battle and compassion toward others.
An ailing former smoker’s $39 million judgment against Big Tobacco was reversed Wednesday.