Florida Mask Mandate Case Centers On Students With DisabilitiesAs a legal battle has played out in Tallahassee over Gov. Ron DeSantis’ efforts to prevent school mask mandates, attorneys for the state are trying to fend off a separate lawsuit alleging violations of federal laws designed to protect the rights of students with disabilities.
Crop Dumping By Mexico Targeted By Agriculture Commissioner Nikki Fried Urging Support For Florida FarmersAgriculture Commissioner Nikki Fried on Monday urged people to purchase Florida-grown blueberries, strawberries and other produce to help counter what she described as “unfair foreign trade practices” by Mexico.
Florida Couple Charged In Child's Death After Boy's Body Dumped In ColoradoA South Florida couple is under arrest in Colorado facing charges of child abuse resulting in death after San Antonio police say the pair dumped the body of a child in Colorado’s high country.
AAA: Hurricane Ida Likely To Cause Higher Gas PricesFlorida drivers could soon feel the effects of Hurricane Ida, in the form of higher gas prices. While a gas price hike appears imminent, it's still unclear how much of a increase drivers will see.
Sugar Growers Sue US Over Florida Reservoir Water LevelsSugar growers in Florida are suing the U.S, Army Corps of Engineers over proposed reservoir water levels they say will be far too low.
Ex-Florida Deputy Sentenced To 35 Years Behind Bars On Child Porn ChargesA federal judge sentenced a former Florida sheriff's deputy to 35 years in prison after he pleaded guilty to producing and possessing child pornography, the U.S. Attorney's Office announced.
Miami Beach Rep. Michael Grieco Targets False Vaccination CardsA House Democrat on Wednesday filed a proposal aimed at cracking down on people who create or have false vaccination cards amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Florida Woman Accused Of Throwing Cat Locked In Crate Into RiverThe Volusia County Sheriff’s Office has arrested a Florida woman accused of throwing a cat locked in a crate into a river.
Florida Judge Hears Arguments Over School Mask MandatesA Leon County circuit judge began hearing arguments Monday in a high-profile lawsuit about whether Florida school districts should be able to set student mask requirements as COVID-19 continues to surge across the state..
Florida Hospitals Face Staffing Shortages Amid COVID SpikeFlorida leads the nation in the percentage of hospitalized patients with COVID-19, at more than 35 percent.
North Florida Restaurant Staff Receives $10,000 Tip From DinerThe hardworking staff of a north Florida restaurant was given a $10,000 tip to share from a very grateful diner.
AAA: Gas Prices Heading Down As Futures Plummetlorida gas prices are down 3 cents from a week ago and are about to slip even lower, unless futures prices can recover from sharp declines last week.
Former First Son Barron Trump To Attend Exclusive School Near Mar-a-LagoBarron Trump, the 15-year-old son of former President Donald Trump, has enrolled at an exclusive private school not far from his father's Mar-a-Lago home.
Tiny Sea Turtles Are Hatching On Florida Beaches, Keep Them SafeIt’s that time of year again when those super cute and tiny baby turtles hatch from their shells buried in the sand and begin making the often treacherous trek toward the ocean.
Twitter Suspends Account Of Ron DeSantis Press Secretary After 'Bullying' AP ReporterFlorida Gov. Ron DeSantis' press secretary had her Twitter account temporarily suspended for alleged "harassing behavior."