Top Republican Leaders Reach Deal On State BudgetLegislative leaders agreed Thursday to the outlines of a nearly $83 billion budget and began negotiations aimed at hammering out details of the spending plan before a Tuesday deadline.
Florida Lawmakers Want To Tear Down Whiskey WallLawmakers are ready to tear down the so-called "Whiskey Wall" that prevents stores like Publix and Target from selling liquor.
Florida Gov. Scott Heads To Argentina For Trade MissionScott is traveling to Argentina for a trade mission organized by the state's embattled economic development agency.
Florida Governor Joins Trump To Sign Veterans Bill At White HouseFlorida's governor is meeting with President Donald Trump to sign a bill aimed at veterans.
Gov. Scott Backs Reservoir Plan For Lake OkeechobeeGovernor Rick Scott wants the state to acquire land to build a reservoir system south of Lake Okeechobee to help battle toxic algae blooms.
Florida House Backs Governor In Battle With ProsecutorFlorida Gov. Rick Scott is getting the right kind of support as he tries to remedy a legal situation he feels needed help.
Community Workshop On Fighting Mosquitoes, ZikaWith Summer and our traditional 'rainy season' just around the corner, community leaders are working together to figure out the best way in controlling Miami-Dade's mosquito population to stem another outbreak of the Zika virus.
Gov. Scott Slams House Over Visit Florida CutGov. Rick Scott has criticized House leaders for their budget proposal concerning the state's tourism marketing agency Visit Florida.
Judge Backs Scott's Removal Of ProsecutorA circuit judge Tuesday signed off on the removal of Central Florida State Attorney Aramis Ayala in the high-profile case of an accused cop-killer.
Passenger Rail Bill Hits House RoadblockA controversial proposal for the state to oversee aspects of high-speed rail might have been derailed in the House.
Judge Sides With Florida Governor In Removal Of ProsecutorOnce again the death penalty has become a polarizing issue in a high-profile murder case.
Plan Would Let Governor Pick Administrative JudgesLawmakers are considering giving Gov. Rick Scott the authority to appoint the judges.