Thousands Of Mailed Ballots In Florida Were Not CountedOver a month after Election Day, the drama in Florida still hasn’t completely subsided.
US, Cuba Cooperate On Environmental IssuesThe United States and Cuba are working together on environmental issues and signed a statement to solidify it.
State Faces Second Challenge On 'Amendment 1' SpendingA Gainesville-based environmental group has launched a second legal challenge to how lawmakers carried out a constitutional amendment that requires spending on land acquisition and preservation.
Florida Releases Personal Data Of 13,000 PeopleGovernor Rick Scott's administration said they inadvertently released confidential information of 13,000 private citizens.
State Employees Reach Out To Local Business Owners For FeedbackA bank of 20 phones have been set up in the Department of Business and Professional Regulation's Northwood Centre in Tallahassee in order for state employees to call local business owners and find out how legislators can improve Florida's economy in 2014.
Dream Defenders End Month-Long Protest At State CapitolA group of protesters upset over the not guilty verdict outcome of the George Zimmerman trial has ended a 31-day long protest at the Florida Capitol.
State Dept. Issues Worldwide Travel Alert For Terrorist ThreatThe United States State Department issued a rare worldwide travel alert to U.S. citizen about a potential terrorist attack, "particularly in the Middle East and North Africa."
Dead S. Fla. Voters Purged From RollsCan you be in the grave, but still have a pulse to vote? The answer is yes, in South Florida.