Gov. Rick Scott is again breaking out his passport now that the 2014 election is in the rearview mirror.
During his run up to re-election Republican Gov. Rick Scott talked about grand plans to spend it on boosting school spending while slashing taxes and fees by hundreds of millions of dollars.
A Florida appeals court has thrown out a lawsuit, filed by a former aide to the late Governor Reubin Askew, challenging a law that allows elected officials to place their assets in a blind trust.
Florida officials are hoping a new highway project will be the answer to one of the state’s most-congested travel arteries.
Florida Governor Rick Scott said he will suspend a test set to be given to 11th graders in Spring in response to backlash over the amount of testing in the public school system.
Governor Rick Scott is suspending a standardized test given to Florida’s 11th graders.
A “child support-esque” formula could determine the amount of alimony divorcing spouses would receive under a radical overhaul of the state’s alimony laws now in the works.
Michael Pizzi was back in a court room Wednesday but a civil, not criminal court room.
Florida Governor Rick Scott is urging state legislators to pass a bill to lower the price of textbooks along with tuition increases for graduates.
Republican Gov. Rick Scott rallied supporters in November to grab a come-from-behind victory over Democratic challenger Charlie Crist in one of the nation’s fiercest gubernatorial races. But that doesn’t mean Scott is popular with voters.