Miami-Dade Commissioners passed a resolution on Monday which urged the federal government to revoke the citizenship and passports of any United States citizen who fights for the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL).
Almost before the ink was dry, the state’s largest nursery is protesting a rule floated by health regulators setting up the framework for Florida’s new medical-marijuana industry.
Democratic Gubernatorial candidate Charlie Crist and his supporters were busy adding to the campaign’s coffers in the last week or two.
Florida Republicans contended Saturday they are ready for the November election.
Former Miami Congressman David Rivera lost his bid Friday to delay a Florida Commission on Ethics case that found he violated the state’s rules for elected officials.
Florida Supreme Court officials announced Thursday oral arguments about whether a Republican consulting firm’s records should have been used in a recent redistricting trial will not be closed the public.
Florida voters may pass a constitutional amendment that would set aside billions of dollars for land conservation and other environmental projects in the state.
In a primetime address to the nation Wednesday night, President Obama laid out his strategy for targeting the Islamic extremist group known as ISIS.
After sitting idle at the Port of Miami in 2012, Miami-Dade’s fire boats may soon be back in service. Late Wednesday afternoon, Miami-Dade Fire Chief Ray Downey said there is a tentative agreement to place the county’s fire boats back in the water and responding to calls.
A woman tied to former Congressman David Rivera has been released from federal detention.