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.
Lawmakers Revive, Pass Transgender Athlete BanWith Democrats decrying the “eleventh-hour” move, the Florida House and Senate on Wednesday revived and passed a controversial plan that would ban transgender female athletes from competing on high-school girls’ and college women’s sports teams.
Earth Day: Positive Results For Florida's Water Restoration EffortsMore than a thousand lakes, rivers, and other bodies of water in Florida that were nearly dried up have been restored thanks to a massive decades-long conservation effort.
Florida's Contentious Vote-By-Mail Overhaul Ready For Senate VoteOne of the 2021 legislative session’s most-controversial issues, a sweeping elections package that would make it harder for Floridians to vote by mail, is headed to the Senate floor for a vote, after a Republican-dominated committee signed off on the proposal Tuesday.
Florida House Set To Pass Transgender Athlete BillThe Florida House is poised to pass a measure that would bar transgender females from participating in girls’ and women’s high-school and college sports, amid fierce opposition from Democrats and warnings about potential financial repercussions.
AAA: Florida Gas Prices Level Off After 3-Week DeclineFlorida gas prices are averaging 1-cent less than this time a week ago. The state average is now $2.84 per gallon. 
Florida Universities 'Encourage' Students, Staff To Get COVID-19 Vaccine, Not RequiredA growing number of US colleges and universities are requiring students to get COVID-19 vaccinations before heading back to campus in the fall, but it is not a mandate in Florida.
Florida Senate Backs Retirement System Revamp Which Phases Out State Pensions To New Teachers And OthersAmid fierce opposition from Democrats, the Florida Senate on Thursday approved a proposal that would block future teachers and other government workers from enrolling in the state’s traditional pension plan.
Florida Tourism Numbers Lowest Since 2010COVID-19 ended a decade of record-setting tourism numbers in Florida, with the industry seeing a 34 percent drop in visitors in 2020 compared to the prior year.
Florida's Safe Haven Law May Expand To Include 'Baby Boxes'A proposal that would expand the number of days a parent can surrender a newborn baby at authorized drop off locations cleared a Florida Senate healthcare panel on Tuesday.