If you are a parent of a first grader, you should start preparing a speech on why they have to sit in a car seat.
Tax cuts, stiffer sex offender laws, expanding school vouchers and, as always, the state budget will be among the issues Florida legislators will consider over their annual 60-day session.
In a legal battle that could have implications for other communities, the Florida Supreme Court heard arguments Thursday about whether Orlando and Aventura violated state law in approving red-light camera programs.
A bill banning texting while driving was approved in its first committee Wednesday, but with exceptions.
A host of new laws aimed at protecting Florida’s children are officially on the books as of Monday.
On the shelves of several convenience stores in South Florida, CBS 4 News found a drug that law enforcement, legislators and drug experts describe as “dangerous” and even deadly, and despite efforts to ban the drug, the makers are able to keep it legal and for sale.
Conventional wisdom dictates that it is easier to find a job when you already have a job. Now there is increasing proof that companies are openly telling the jobless that they need not apply.
Using a fake ID to get into bars and nightclubs has always been a rite of passage for underage students. But CBS4 Investigator Stephen Stock says Homeland Security officials are so concerned about the fake IDs being made in China today, that they now consider them a national security threat.
It’s October 1, and once again, South Florida and taxpayers across the state get to start living the results of the Florida Legislature’s busy spring season. From gun control to abortion, the law of the land has changed.