Arguing that Florida has an “overriding interest in a drug-free workforce,” Gov. Rick Scott has asked the U.S. Supreme Court to rule on the constitutionality of a drug-testing policy for tens of thousands of state employees.
George Zimmerman has posted $1 million bail and been released from the Seminole County Jail.
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.
A West Palm Beach millionaire went to extraordinary lengths to protect his assets from a pending lawsuit: he adopted his longtime girlfriend as his legal daughter.
Despite the fact that there are almost as many homes with computers as there are with televisions, the state of Florida is not yet ready to move home foreclosure notices off the printed page and onto a webpage, killing that proposal Tuesday after intense lobbying by newspapers and groups representing the elderly and minorities.
The Dade County PBA, a union that represents police officers, has filed a lawsuit in response to layoffs ordered by the mayor.
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.
Florida’s courts have asked Gov. Rick Scott for an emergency cash infusion of $45.6 million to help offset a budget shortfall.
The U.S. Department of Education sent a letter to districts around the country Friday, reminding them that all students – legal or not – are entitled to a public education.
Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Alavrez’s legal team filed their legal challenge to the legitimacy of the signatures that sparked a recall election shortly before 2:00 p.m. Friday afternoon.