Gov. Scott: $5M More For Zika Fight In Miami-DadeMiami-Dade County is getting $5 million more in the fight against the spread of the Zika virus, Florida Gov. Rick Scott said Monday.
Judge Weighs Third-Grade Policy After Contentious HearingA state judge is weighing a decision that could shake Florida's education-accountability system following a marathon hearing.
State's Jobless Numbers Hold SteadyFewer Floridians were working in July than in June, but the state's jobless rate remained unchanged during the first full month of summer.
Governor, Miami Beach Mayor Not On Same Page Concerning Zika InfoMiami Beach Mayor Phillip Levine insists mosquito control crews are working long and hard to remove the threat.
Florida Governor: 5 Cases Of Zika On Miami Beach One day after his office denied there were any confirmed cases of the Zika virus that were contracted on Miami Beach, Governor Rick Scott held a press conference Friday to announce that five cases have been confirmed in the city.
Judge Definitively Blocks Florida Abortion LawA federal judge issued a permanent injunction against a new Florida abortion law.
State, School Boards Look To Move Testing CaseJudge sets hearing to consider whether lawsuit challenging the state's third-grade retention policies should be decided by a federal court.
State Hits Record Tourism NumbersGovernor Rick Scott is expected to announce a bump in the tourism numbers during a stop in Ft. Myers on Friday.
Efforts Focus On Stopping Zika Spread As Cases MountState Education Commissioner Pam Stewart and Gov. Rick Scott on Thursday briefed school superintendents on efforts to combat the Zika virus.
Lawsuit Challenges Holding Back Students Over TestsParents whose children were retained in third grade after they "opted out" of Florida's standardized tests filed a lawsuit this week.
Court Clears Way For Prosecutors In Death Penalty CasesA state appeals court Wednesday rejected lower-court rulings that blocked prosecutors from seeking death sentences in four murder cases.
Fmr. Opa-Locka City Manager Turns Himself InThe former city manager of Opa-locka who is facing federal corruption charges turned himself into police Monday morning.