The head of Florida’s Supermarket food safety inspections now worries about forced cut backs on the number of sanitation checks Statewide following budget cuts that have left the program with fewer inspectors.
An anthrax scare gripped state employees in Tallahassee on Monday.
More than 20,000 people run the Boston Marathon every year but not everyone finished this year due to the deadly bombings at the finish line.
You can’t walk 1,500 miles without being noticed or someone asking “Why?” For Lauren Book, it’s very clear why: Book was a victim of sex abuse as a child.
The Miami Dolphins are feeling encouraged after another day of committee hearings in the state capitol.
In an attempt to remedy the voting problems that plagued the state in 2012, the Florida House passed an elections overhaul bill by an overwhelming margin Tuesday.
State Senator Chris Smith of Ft.Lauderdale joins Jim DeFede to discuss the upcoming 2013 legislative session.
With more than a year and a half to go until the 2014 Florida gubernatorial election, Governor Rick Scott appeared to be in full re-election campaign mode as he dropped in on a senior citizens center Wednesday in Miami’s Little Havana section. Ironically, the center and others like it, was among programs the governor and legislature took the budget axe to in 2011 and 2012.
Just hours after Super Bowl 47, the Miami Dolphins are headed to Tallahassee to pitch a state of the art stadium plan in hopes of bringing the big game back to South Florida.
North Carolina veteran players came to Tallahassee on a mission Saturday.