As the House and Senate prepare to hammer out a $4.2 billion divide in budget proposals released last week, they have plenty of hometown pork to barter.
It’s life in prison without the possibility of parole for an Ocala man who killed three of his co-workers outside of a bar.
Nobody in the Capitol, it seems, wants minors to buy electronic cigarettes. But an effort to ban sales of the trendy nicotine-delivery tubes to people under 18 has run into controversy in the state House.
Another case of fungal meningitis stemming from a tainted steroid shot has been confirmed in Florida.
There are four new confirmed cases of fungal meningitis in the state of Florida, none of them are in South Florida.
The state Department of Health confirmed Wednesday that a third person in Florida has died as a result of the nationwide fungal meningitis outbreak.
Two new cases of fungal meningitis has been confirmed in Florida. The state’s Department of Health reported that both of the cases were associated with contaminated steroid injections from the New England Compounding Center.
A South Florida medical office confirmed to CBS4 News that six of their patients were injected with the steroid that has been liked to the nationwide fungal meningitis outbreak that has killed 14 people and sickened 170 in eleven states.