Consumer Confidence In Florida Drops Sharply In AugustIt was the biggest drop in more than four years as consumer confidence fell sharply in August.
Florida Appeals Court Backs Lawmakers In Conservation FightIn a blow to environmental groups, an appeals court Monday overturned a circuit judge’s ruling that said state lawmakers improperly diverted money that flowed from a 2014 constitutional amendment designed to boost land and water conservation.
Police: Florida Man Faces Animal Cruelty Charges After Getting Caught On Video Punching DogA man is facing aggravated animal cruelty charges after police say he was caught on video punching a dog in Lee County, Florida.
‘Skimmers’ Found In Post-Storm Gas Station ChecksFlorida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services inspectors found "skimmers," used to steal credit-card or debit-card information at gas pumps, while checking gas stations for Hurricane Dorian damage.
Florida Joins Antitrust Probe Of FacebookFlorida Attorney General Ashley Moody is part of a coalition of attorneys general from across the country who are investigating Facebook for possible antitrust violations.
Florida Man Arrested In Nude Attack Against Female Tourists In Key WestA Florida man is under arrest for battery against two women he met on Duval Street in Key West.
How To Avoid Hurricane Dorian Online Donation ScamsThe outpouring of support to help victims of Hurricane Dorian has been overwhelming, but with all of that kindness often come the crooks who are looking to rip off the kindhearted.
FPL Says All Dorian Power Outages ResolvedFlorida Power & Light, the state’s largest electric utility, said Thursday power had been restored to all customers who sustained outages because of Hurricane Dorian.
Costs Of Assault Weapons Ban Weighed In FloridaIf Floridians approve a constitutional amendment next year to block possession of assault weapons, a panel of economists on Thursday estimated the state budget could take a $26.9 million hit in lost revenue.
Florida Shifts Into Dorian Assistance ModeFlorida emergency management efforts shifted Thursday from storm preparation to providing assistance as Hurricane Dorian, after devastating the Bahamas and skirting Florida’s East Coast, threatened to cause heavy damage in the Carolinas.
US Coast Guard Provides Life-Saving Assistance In The BahamasWhile many relief organizations are preparing to go to the Bahamas to render help, the US Coast Guard is already there.
Relief Efforts Continue In Broward; School District Readies To Receive Bahamian ChildrenIt’s all hands on deck at Tropic Ocean Airways, loading up for a relief mission to the Bahamian islands devastated by Hurricane Dorian.
Hurricane Dorian Delivers Strong Winds, High Surf, Bricks Of Cocaine To FloridaHurricane Dorian delivered tropical-storm winds, rain, high surf, and bricks of cocaine to the Sunshine State.
Florida Supreme Court Will Not Hear Murder-For-Hire, Dalia Dippolito CaseIn a case that drew widespread attention, the Florida Supreme Court on Wednesday refused to take up an appeal by a Palm Beach County woman accused of trying to use a hitman to kill her then-husband.
Florida Man Parks Smart Car In Kitchen So Hurricane Dorian Doesn't Blow It AwayCan you fight a Smart car into a kitchen? A Florida man answered that question with a resounding yes!