Florida Governor Ron DeSantis Hopes ‘We Can Get Something Done’ On GamblingFlorida House and Senate leaders appear unable to reach agreement on a sweeping gambling deal, but Gov. Ron DeSantis hasn’t thrown in the towel.
Florida Lawmakers Look To Ratchet Up School SafetyFor the third time since the February 2018 mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, Florida lawmakers are on the brink of passing legislation to try to bolster school safety.
Miami Gardens Homeowners File Lawsuit To Stop Formula 1 RacingA group of Miami Gardens homeowners has filed a lawsuit against Hard Rock Stadium and the Formula 1 Group to prevent the race from taking place.
Like A Trail Of Bread Crumbs, Empty Pill Bottles Lead Florida Police To Robbery Suspects After Opioid HeistThree men accused of robbing a Florida drug store and stealing more than 10,000 opioid pills are under arrest after detectives were led to a home by a trail of empty pill bottles.
Florida Supreme Court Signs Off On Proposal To Make It Harder To Amend ConstitutionFlorida voters will decide in November whether to make it harder to amend the state constitution.
Christopher Columbus Ship Replicas, La Niña & La Pinta Headed To FloridaReplicas of Christopher Columbus' ships La Niña and La Pinta will be heading to Florida in March.
Florida House Poised To Pass Bill Requiring Parental Consent Before Underage AbortionsThe Florida House on Wednesday teed up for final passage a bill that would require parental consent before minors could have abortions.
Shark Swarm Caught On Video Swimming Close To Florida BeachLiving in Florida, you know if you go to the beach, you're sharing the water with sharks every time you get in.
Lawmakers Fast-Track Votes On Domestic Violence ContractFlorida legislators are speeding to repeal a law that requires the state to contract with the Florida Coalition Against Domestic Violence, an organization whose leadership has been accused of using millions of taxpayer dollars for salaries and compensation rather than domestic-abuse services.
Senate Tees Up Sentencing ChangesThe Senate is poised to pass a bill that would loosen sentencing laws for certain drug-trafficking offenses, after approving revisions on Wednesday that were drafted with the help of Attorney General Ashley Moody's office.
House Poised To Pass Parental ConsentThe Florida House on Wednesday teed up for final passage a bill that would require parental consent before minors could have abortions.
President Trump Commutes 35-Year Prison Sentence Of South Florida Woman Convicted Of Medicare ScamA South Florida woman was among eleven people convicted of federal crimes to receive a pardon or commutation from President Donald Trump.
First Lady Melania Trump Recognized As '2020 Woman Of Distinction' In Palm BeachFirst Lady Melania Trump is in South Florida Wednesday afternoon to receive the 2020 Woman of Distinction award from Palm Beach Atlantic University.
George Zimmerman Seeks $265 Million In Defamation Lawsuit Against Elizabeth Warren, Pete ButtigiegAcquitted in the fatal shooting of Trayvon Martin in 2012, George Zimmerman is seeking $265 million in a defamation lawsuit against two Democratic presidential candidates.
Court: Florida Can't Bar Felons From Voting Over Fines, FeesA federal appeals court has ruled that Florida cannot bar felons who served their time from registering to vote because they have failed to pay all fines and fees stemming from their cases.