Despite Irma, Tourism Numbers UpTourists to the Sunshine State didn't let a little thing like a hurricane spoil their plans.
Florida May Counter "Growing Threat" To Election SecurityVoter fraud has been getting a lot of attention in recent years.
Gwen Graham Joins Battle For GovernorshipGwen Graham, the daughter of Bob Graham, with be running in 2018 to become Florida’s next governor.
Florida Gov. Sending More Officers To Tampa Amid Serial Killer Fears Florida's governor is directing highway patrol to help protect a Tampa community plagued by a possible serial killer.
FEMA Planning Airlifts From Puerto Rico To FloridaFEMA is working on arrangements to help transport survivors of Hurricane Maria from storm-ravaged Puerto Rico to the U.S. mainland.
Exclusive: Woman Who Called Governor Before Nursing Home Deaths Expected “Better Response”“You can be as prepared as possible but until the real deal happens you just never know what to expect,” said Natasha Anderson.
Gov. Scott Wants Tax Holidays, Cuts In License FeesGovernor Scott is taking his pitch for tax cuts on the road. On Monday he'll make stops in three cities; Ft. Myers, Sanford, and Jacksonville.
Exclusive: Nursing Home Sought Help From Lobbyist Friend Of GovernorBill Rubin lobbied on behalf of Dr. Jack Michel so Michel could obtain the license for the Hollywood Hills nursing home.
South Florida Nursery Gets Marijuana LicenseState health officials have agreed to grant a coveted medical-marijuana license to a Homestead-based grower.
Democrats Running For Florida Governor Show Unity, LoveRepublican Gov. Rick Scott of Florida will probably be on the ballot next year, but it won't be for governor.
Trump Calls For Speeding Up Lake Okeechobee Dike WorkRepairs to the Herbert Hoover Dike around Lake Okeechobee might be done sooner than anticipated.
Gov. Scott: Blame "System" For Teacher PayThe state's top educators have been told by Governor Rick Scott that there's little he can do to boost teacher pay across the state.