Donning his Sunshine State salesman hat, Gov. Rick Scott left Friday for the Paris Air Show for what is likely to be an abbreviated weekend promo.
Coast Guard officials in Miami Beach offloaded $13.7 million worth of cocaine and marijuana on Friday.
In what could be a first-of-its-kind case in Florida, an appeals court Wednesday ruled that a 2013 law repealing a tax exemption for affordable-housing projects is unconstitutional.
Gov. Rick Scott is again breaking out his passport now that the 2014 election is in the rearview mirror.
President Barack Obama told the world this month that engaging Cuba is the best way to strengthen people pushing for greater freedom on the island.
A Costa Rican woman pleaded guilty Monday today to conspiracy to smuggle more than 25 undocumented immigrants from Cuba to the United States.
A dolphin at the Miami Seaquarium has a new name, Bali.
One of South Florida’s most popular tourist attractions is celebrating Labor Day with some baby news.
A fugitive wanted for seriously injuring an FHP trooper in a DUI crash more than a decade ago was captured by the U.S. Marshals Service and returned to South Florida.
Naming a baby is no easy-feat. The Miami Seaquarium, following the birth of a dolphin at the park, launched a social media campaign in search of name—and a name has been chosen!