Attorney General Pam Bondi and the Florida Legislature asked the state Supreme Court on Monday to throw out a lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of a 2013 law that allows elected officials to use blind trusts to shield their financial assets.
The days of motion pictures in South Florida are about to fade to black.
If you thought 2013 was a busy year, you were right. It was a record year for tourism.
Florida could be in a competition with Panama as the Central American nation invests more money into infrastructure, according to the state’s Agricultural Commissioner, Adam Putnam.
There are definitely three things that Florida State and Miami have in common right now.
With the fight for Florida just one day away, football fans from both ends of the state are ready to settle the score.
The Sunshine State will back Mississippi in a lawsuit over flood insurance rates, but Florida will not file its own lawsuit.
While interstates were created with the purpose of easing travel and to help in case of a nuclear attack, many in Florida are clogged to the point of overload much of the time based on new data from a Federal Highway Administration report.
Stevie Wonder fans in the Sunshine State will have to travel out of state if they want to see the singer perform again. The legendary artist announced a boycott of Florida Sunday until the state repeals its Stand Your Ground law in the wake of the George Zimmerman verdict.
Florida’s tourism-marketing arm is reporting the highest-ever single quarter for visitors to the Sunshine State.