House Proposes $17.9 Million To Combat Citrus DiseaseThe fight against a disease infecting Florida's oranges would get a hefty boost from a House spending proposal.
Scott, Cabinet Set New Agency Oversight GuidelinesA trio of agency heads whose necks have been on the governor's chopping block earned a couple of extra months stay on Tuesday.
Disease Continues To Squeeze Florida Orange ForecastAlready forecast to be lower than last year's yield, citrus greening has dropped this season's orange production prediction even further.
'Let's Get To Work' Keeps WorkingIt's been four months since Gov. Rick Scott cruised back into office, but to some it might appear that the campaign isn't over yet.
U.S. Sugar Land Buy A Tough Sell Among LawmakersA Senate-commissioned study could give hope to people who want the state to use a large chunk of voter-approved money for water and land projects to buy U.S. Sugar land in the Everglades before an October deadline.
Media, Open-Government Groups Seek Answers On Bailey OusterGovernor Rick Scott is getting pressure from media organizations and open-government advocates who filed a lawsuit over the ouster of Florida's top cop.
Scott Disputes That FDLE Leader Faced Immediate OusterGov. Rick Scott's office continued pushing back Monday against claims his staff forced longtime Florida Department of Law Enforcement Commissioner Gerald Bailey to resign immediately in December.
Dean Proposes Putting Conservation Money In One PotMoney that Florida voters want to use for land and water conservation efforts would go into a single trust fund under a new Senate proposal, but lawmakers are still weeks away from deciding how they will use the money.