'Have It Your Way': Burger King Customer Cuts Line, Makes Her Own FoodTwo Jacksonville Burger King employees were reportedly fired after allowing the female customer to get out of line and start making food in the fast food shop's kitchen.
Florida's Highly-Anticipated Lobster Mini-Season Kicks Off Next WeekSouth Florida divers and lobster lovers will soon be hitting the water for the state’s annual two-day lobster mini-season.
Florida Gov. Scott Contributes $13.5M To His Senate CampaignRepublican Florida Gov. Rick Scott is putting his money where his mouth is as he pushes for a Senate seat.
Florida Legislators Get $19.2 Million To Further Secure Voting SystemsFlorida’s top elections official Thursday expressed confidence, but not “overconfidence,” about this year’s elections as legislators accepted $19.2 million to bolster voting systems.
Man Dies Of Bacterial Infection After Eating Oysters In RestaurantHealth officials say the customer was exposed to a bacterial infection known as Vibrio vulnificus and died just two days after visiting the Sarasota eatery.
Weston Teen Dies Of Nut Allergy After Mistakenly Eating Chips Ahoy CookieA South Florida couple is warning other parents about food packaging labels after their teenage daughter died from eating a cookie.
'The Nerve Of This Guy!': Slow Turtle Hogs Road In Hilarious VideoA turtle had a hilarious run-in with Florida law enforcement when the animal refused to "pull over" to let traffic pass by.
Federal Judge Dismisses Class-Action Lawsuit On Red Light CamerasFollowing the lead of the Florida Supreme Court, a federal judge has dismissed a class-action lawsuit that challenged the way red-light camera programs have been operated throughout the state.
Gov. Rick Scott's Battle Over Finances Heads To Appeals CourtA long-running battle over whether Gov. Rick Scott is following the state's financial disclosure laws is going before an appeals court.
Florida Beach Reopens After 2 Apparent Shark AttacksThe town of Fernandina Beach reopened its beaches to swimmers Saturday, a day after two people were injured minutes apart in "alleged shark bite incidents," the city government said.
State Issues New Pot License To Miami Nursery, Gets Ready For Four MoreFlorida Department of Health officials took two major actions in the medical-marijuana sphere Friday, issuing a highly sought-after license to a Miami nursery.
Police: Drunk Driver Claims He Was Only Drinking While StoppedA Florida man stopped by police says he wasn't driving drunk, he was only drinking while stopped at traffic lights.