Man On Death Row For Broward Triple-Murder To Get New TrialA man on death row for a tripe murder in Broward County is getting a new trial.
Campus-Carry Bill Poised For House ApprovalThe House is expected to vote Wednesday to allow people with concealed-weapons licenses to keep carrying guns while strolling on college and university campuses.
Current, Former NFL Players In Tallahassee Seeking Justice For Darling FamilyCurrent and former NFL players will be in Tallahassee on Tuesday seeking justice for one of their own.
Winter Storm Causing Delays, Cancellations At MIA & FLLAs Winter Storm Jonas approaches the East Coast, there have already been some delays and cancellations at South Florida airports.
Gambling, Guns, Tax Cuts And More Facing Florida LawmakersTallahassee is going to be a busy place in the coming months.
US Rep. Brown Resuming Federal Lawsuit To Block ChangesA Florida congresswoman is resuming her lawsuit to block changes to her congressional district.
High Court Honors Florida's First Black Chief JusticeFormer Chief Justice Leander Shaw, who died last week at age 85, lay in state Monday in the rotunda of the Florida Supreme Court as family, friends and colleagues paid their respects.
Same-Sex Couples Seek Ruling In Birth Certificate DisputeNearly a year after same-sex marriages started in Florida, a legal decision could be looming in a dispute about birth certificates for children of same-sex couples.
Top Senate Republican Says Political Map Is Not PartisanA top Senate Republican testified Wednesday in a case that could change Florida's political map.
Florida's First Black Chief Justice Dies At 85When Leander Shaw took the Florida Bar exam in 1960, he was not allowed to stay or eat at the whites-only hotel in Miami where the exam was administered. Three decades later, Shaw became the first black chief justice of the Florida Supreme Court.
Legal Tussle Over Florida's Political Maps Heads To CourtThe battle over a new map for Florida's 40 senate districts is now in the hands of a judge.
Not Much Debate Over Capitol Holiday Displays This YearVisitors to the Florida Capitol likely won't see a Nativity scene this year. They also won't see a protest display from the Satanic Temple.