A bill that aims at lowering workers’ compensation insurance costs is now on its way to Gov. Rick Scott’s desk for signing.
The Florida House of Representatives is poised to pass a major measure that would allow for an increase in contribution limits for campaigns.
A little more than an hour after a moment of silence was marked across the nation to remember the 26 lives lost in the Newtown school shootings, the National Rifle Association finally broke its silence on the issue.
Keeping South Florida drivers safe at busy intersections, without the use of controversial red-light cameras, is on the agenda for Miami-Dade County Commissioners Tuesday.
Keeping South Florida drivers safe at busy intersections, without the use of controversial red-light cameras, will be on the agenda for Miami-Dade County Commissioners on Tuesday.
Senior citizens and surviving spouses of military and emergency personnel would become that latest groups to benefit from additional homestead exemptions under a pair of House resolutions that passed the House Finance and Tax Committee on Tuesday.
The Seminole Tribe of Florida confirmed Thursday what those following the gaming debate already knew – it will fight efforts to expand non-tribal gaming outside of South Florida.
It’s been a year since two-year-old Haile Brockington was left to die a daycare van. Now, the owner of that facility is opening up and talking about the tragic death.
Florida’s surgeon general has temporarily suspended part of the state’s new “pill mill” legislation.
Bullies are expanding their reach as more and more of them turn to popular social networking sites or trade insults over text messaging as a way to threaten their victims.