History In Florida: Registered Republican Voters Outnumber DemocratsIn Florida, registered Republican voters now outnumber Democrats for the first time in modern history as the state's Democrats aim to rebound as those GOP voting numbers grow.
Miami-Dade Mayor Says Infrastructure Plan To Help Make Local Roads Safer & Reduce PollutionWith the county being a major travel hub, she says the funding from the plan will be a vital investment for the local economy. 
Feds Say Judge Should Toss Florida Gambling Law ChallengePresident Joe Biden’s administration is asking a federal judge to dismiss a lawsuit filed by Florida pari-mutuel operators challenging a 30-year gambling agreement reached by Gov. Ron DeSantis that gives the Seminole Tribe control over sports betting throughout the state.
Almost Time To Get Crackin' As Stone Crab Season Begins FridaySeafood lovers rejoice! Friday, October 15 is the official start of Stone Crab season.
Cancer Specialist Shares What To Learn From Florida First Lady Casey DeSantis' Breast Cancer DiagnosisCasey DeSantis is not alone. The 41-year-old mom of three is now one of the thousands of women who are diagnosed with breast cancer each year.
Just Hours Left Of Florida's 'Freedom Week' Sales Tax HolidayTime is running out. Today, Wednesday July 7, is the final day of Florida’s “Freedom Week” sales-tax holiday.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis Signs Controversial Transgender Athlete Bill Into Law On First Day Of Pride MonthFlorida Gov. Ron DeSantis signed a bill into law Tuesday that bans transgender girls and women from competing on female high school and college sports teams and he did it on the first day of Pride Month, which celebrates the LGBTQ community.
Transgender Athlete Ban Awaiting Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis' ActionA wide-ranging education bill that includes a controversial provision to ban transgender female athletes from competing on high-school girls’ and college women’s sports teams was formally sent to Gov. Ron DeSantis Friday.
Florida Shutting Off Federal Jobless Aid In Move Dubbed 'Return To Work' InitiativeFlorida plans to stop providing $300 a week in additional federal unemployment benefits as it pushes for people to return to work during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Florida Vaccination Total Tops 10 Million PeopleMore than 10 million people in Florida have received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, in the five months the state has been administering the shots, according to a report released Sunday by the state Department of Health.
‘That’s Abuse’: Parent Of Transgender Athlete Speaks Out Again Legislation Banning Participation In Girls’ SportsYouth sports is a big focus in many children’s lives, but some parents say new legislation may prevent them from participating.