Poll: U.S. Senate Race 'Too Close To Call'A newly released poll shows Democrat Patrick Murphy gaining support among independent voters, narrowing the Senate race against Republican incumbent Marco Rubio by two points.
Gov. Scott Uses Air Show To Announce Aerospace JobsA global aerospace company will provide hundreds of jobs in Florida, Gov. Rick Scott announced during an air show outside London on Monday.
Key West 'Drag Race' Features Female Impersonators Sprinting In High HeelsHigh heels instead of high octane powered contestants in Key West's Great Conch Republic Drag Race, a madcap marathon for female impersonators.
Judge Sides With Voting-Rights Groups On Senate Map A Leon County circuit judge Wednesday approved a redistricting plan for the Florida Senate.
Florida's Unemployment Tax Rates Are Set To DropFlorida's unemployment taxes are set to drop for many businesses with the start of 2016.
Proposed License Plate Would Target Human Trafficking A House Republican is looking to create a license plate that would raise money to help victims of human trafficking.
'Stand Your Ground' Bill Heads To Senate FloorA proposal that would shift the burden of proof to the state in cases involving Florida's controversial "stand your ground" law is poised to go to the full Senate after stalling in the House.
House Panel Backs Requirements For City ElectionsA proposal backed by a House panel would require municipal elections in Florida to be held in November or, in some counties, on another single date.
Hillary Clinton Makes South Florida StopDemocratic front-runner Hillary Rodham Clinton is stopping into South Florida on Tuesday trying to build grass-roots support and raise money.
'Stand Your Ground' Bill Still Moving In SenateA proposal that would change the burden of proof in "stand your ground" self-defense cases is holding on for dear life after nearly dissipating in the House. The bill is now slated to go to the Senate Rules Committee.
Scott, Cabinet Start Talks On Future Of Ex-Reform SchoolThe future of a former state-run reform school where children were allegedly abused and died is in question, as Gov. Rick Scott and the Florida Cabinet begin discussions Tuesday.
Justices Send Redistricting Battle To Lower CourtAfter lawmakers failed last month to agree on a congressional redistricting plan, the Florida Supreme Court on Friday sent the issue back to a circuit judge who will try to piece together a map that meets constitutional requirements.

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