State of Florida
A teacher in Coral Springs is facing two felony charges for allegedly sending a student obscene material over the Internet. He was released from jail early Saturday morning.
Legislative leaders in the Sunshine State, calling to pull away from a multi-state partnership preparing new tests for student learning, have set off a round of battles over the future of Florida’s student testing standards.
Citizens, Florida’s largest property insurance provider, has approved yet another round of rate hikes that could affect over a million policy holders.
Florida, with the lowest error rate in the nation when it comes to its food stamp program, will receive a hefty bonus.
Florida’s prison inmates looking to exercise their faith with a kosher meal will have the option in all state prisons at the end of the year.
As Governor Rick Scott signed the state’s $74.1 billion spending plan on Monday, he also used his veto power on a total of $368 million in spending projects.
In just three months, 26 million people have visited the Sunshine State, making the first quarter of 2013′s tourism record-breaking.
The Miami City Commission is taking up its battle against homeless sex offenders again. Thursday, the commission voted to sue the state of Florida to stop sending sex offenders to live at the corner of NE 10th and 79th Street in Miami.
A “jumper wire” improperly installed in a people mover train at Miami International Airport caused it to crash into a wall injuring six people almost three years ago, the National Transportation Safety Board concluded Tuesday.
The world’s largest retailer will add a new product to the inventory in many of it’s Florida stores: lottery tickets.