Word up. Florida’s fourth graders one-upped the national average score by four points in the first national vocabulary test. INSIDE: How did Florida’s eighth graders perform?
A Plantation resident is blaming a pool company for polluting a canal behind his home and killing dozens of fish.
Referring to the FCAT on Friday, Governor Rick Scott was clear: “I think it’s going to change a lot.”
Miami federal judge Ursula Ungaro has ruled that Governor Rick Scott’s order requiring drug testing for state workers is unconstitutional.
While Florida’s GOP presidential primary is just around the corner, Miami-Dade County Elections Department tested its voting equipment ahead of the January 31st election.
Consumers may be looking at an increase in the price of orange juice after the Food and Drug Administration said it would stop all shipments of foreign orange juice at the border, and turn back any who test positive for the fungicide Carbendazim.
All dog adoptions at Miami-Dade County Animal Services have been suspended following an outbreak of Canine Distemper.
Miami-Dade County’s Animal Services confirmed 18 cases of Canine Distemper among its shelter population. The dogs were euthanized Saturday.
There’s some good news for Miami-Dade County students who don’t want to take midterms or final exams, they no longer have to.