News Service of Florida
As fourth of July weekend draws closer, authorities say they will be cracking down on boaters.
Florida’s first female auditor general will be sworn in next week.
Florida Governor Rick Scott is set to travel across the state, touting a tax-cut package he signs into law this week.
Animal rights group in Florida are set to hold rallies Monday opposing the state’s plans to bring back an annual bear hunt.
As the special session wrapped up Friday evening, House and Senate leaders were already looking ahead toward the 2016 regular session.
It will be a waiting game Friday in the Florida House.
Legislative leaders finalized a budget this week that includes $44 million used to award “scholarships” of as much as $10,000 to teachers based on their ACT or SAT scores.
Florida Governor Rick Scott approved an anti-trafficking measure among other items as well as vetoed three bills on Tuesday.
The future of a sport stadium funding budget may not look too good with just over a week left in a special legislative session.
The Florida Senate on Friday held a moment of silence for Virgil Riley Runnels Jr., a professional wrestler better known as Dusty Rhodes and “The American Dream.”