Officials: Risks Remain Despite Halting Zika SpreadWhile Florida declared its crisis with the local transmission of Zika over for the season in a welcome announcement ahead of peak tourism months, health authorities warn that travelers could continue bringing the disease into the state.
Last Zika Hot Zone Lifted On Miami BeachThey say that 'no news is good news.'
Florida Debt Drops AgainAfter an increase last year, Florida's amount of debt has dropped.
Gov. Scott Continues To Push For Law Officer Pay RaisesGov. Rick Scott has urged legislators to back his proposed 5 percent pay raises for state law enforcement officers in the 2017-18 budget and hinted the plan could grow to include corrections officers.
State Taking Death Penalty Issue To U.S. Supreme CourtThe state plans to ask the U.S. Supreme Court to revisit a case in which justices struck down as unconstitutional Florida's death-penalty.
Company Praised By Florida Gov. Hasn't Lived Up To PromisesIn case you haven’t heard, Florida Gov. Rick Scott is big on jobs.
Zika Zone Lifted For Little RiverGovernor Rick Scott announced Friday that the Zika transmission zone has been lifted for Little River.
Scott Proposes Pay Raise For FHP, Wildlife OfficersFlorida Highway Patrol troopers, wildlife officers and state law-enforcement agents will be getting a raise next year if Governor Rick Scott gets his way.
Three Names Sent To Scott For Supreme Court OpeningThe Supreme Court Judicial Nominating Commission sent a list of judges to Gov. Rick Scott late Monday.
Higher Education Leaders Look To Boost Degrees, CertificatesFifty-five percent of Florida's working-age population should have college degrees or professional certificates by 2025.
Gov. Scott: Castro’s Death Should Usher In Era Of Freedom For CubaFlorida Gov. Rick Scott released a statement following the death of former Cuban Leader Fidel Castro.
High Court Hopefuls Pitch Conservative CredentialsThe 11 candidates hoping to join the Florida Supreme Court present a stark contrast to Justice James E.C. Perry.