O.J. Simpson Won't Be Returning To Miami Anytime SoonReleased from a Nevada prison after serving nine years for armed robbery, former football legend O.J. Simpson won't be returning to South Florida anytime soon.
Florida Attorney General Warns Against Scams, Price GougingAssessment and cleanups have become a priority across Florida as now-Tropical Storm Irma continues to impact the state as it moves through the southern United States.
Bondi On Irma Price Gouging: "Our Phones Are Blowing Up"State's price-gouging hotline is 1-866-9-NO-SCAM.
Price Gouging Hotline Activated As Florida Preps For IrmaAs Florida residents and visitors stock up on hurricane supplies in advance of Irma's approach, expect long lines and short supplies of the most sought after items like water, batteries and gas.
How To Avoid Becoming A Victim Of Harvey Charity ScamsFlorida's attorney general is asking those who want to donate towards Harvey relief to make sure they don't become the victim of a scammer.
Florida Attorney General Works To Shutdown Tech Support ScamsFlorida Attorney General Pam Bondi announced Friday the filing of three complaints, including one filed jointly with the Federal Trade Commission, against companies allegedly involved in the operation of tech support scams.
Prosecutor On Bondi: Bribery Case Based Almost Entirely On Media CoverageA state prosecutor has informed Governor Rick Scott's office that there is not enough evidence to move forward with a bribery complaint against President Donald Trump and Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi.
Prosecutor: Not Enough Evidence Found For Bondi, Trump Bribery ComplaintA Florida prosecutor chosen by the governor to look into a complaint against President Donald Trump and Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi says there's not enough evidence to move forward in the case.
Heroin Epidemic Kills Thousands In South Florida, Trump Declares WarFlorida's Attorney General has been tapped by President Donald Trump to help combat the nation's opioid addiction crisis.
Under Radar, Florida Spent $240M On LawyersFlorida Governor Rick Scott along with other top Republicans in the state complain about government spending, but not about quietly spending more than $237 million on private attorneys to advance their agendas, a new investigation found.
Justices Turn Down Appeal In Internet Cafe CaseThe Florida Supreme Court rejected a request from Attorney General Pam Bondi's office to take up a case involving a Jacksonville attorney.
Bondi Goes To Court For Tobacco PaymentsFlorida's Attorney General Pam Bondi has asked a Palm Beach County circuit court to resolve a dispute about whether two tobacco companies have improperly avoided paying tens of millions of dollars to the state under a landmark 1997 settlement with the tobacco industry.