Florida Granted Wider Authority Over Wetland DevelopmentFlorida has been granted wider authority over wetland development by the federal government, but the move came under immediate fire by environmentalists who worry the country's largest network of wetlands could be at risk of being further degraded.
'Tis The Season', Survey Finds Florida Among Drunkest States During The HolidaysTis the season of good cheer, or maybe that should good "cheers" in Florida which a survey found to be among the drunkest states over the holiday season.
Florida Gas Prices Jump On COVID-19 Vaccine OptimismPrices at the gas pumps are on the rise once again. The state average is now nearly 13 cents more than a week ago.
Bright Futures Test Deadline Is Here For Recent Florida High School GradsToday, December 1st, is the qualification deadline for recent high-school graduates to meet SAT or ACT test-score requirements to qualify for Bright Futures scholarships.
Medicaid Surge Means Major Workload For StateFlorida has seen a spike in Medicaid enrollment since the COVID-19 pandemic began, and the agency responsible for enrolling and disenrolling people in the health-care program is swamped.
Multiple Sightings Of Monster-Sized Alligators In FloridaNot one, but two huge alligators were spotted recently taking leisurely strolls in Florida and the videos are going viral.
South Florida Mayors To Urge Gov. DeSantis To Change COVID-19 ApproachFlorida mayors, including several from South Florida, are holding a statewide virtual press conference on Wednesday afternoon to urge Governor Ron DeSantis to change the state's approach to COVID-19.
Florida Election Results CertifiedAs legal battles and vote counts continue in other states, Gov. Ron DeSantis, Attorney General Ashley Moody and Chief Financial Officer Jimmy Patronis on Tuesday quickly certified the results of Florida’s Nov. 3 general election.
Florida Gov. DeSantis Proposing Legislation Allowing Citizens To Shoot Suspected RiotersFlorida Gov. Ron DeSantis is reportedly proposing "anti-mob" legislation that would expand the state’s Stand Your Ground law to allow armed citizens to defend themselves against violent rioters and looters, according to CBS4 News partner the Miami Herald.
President Trump Followed Familiar Path To Notch Florida WinAs he defeated Democrat Joe Biden in Florida, President Donald Trump on Tuesday used a familiar Republican playbook for statewide races: Dominate in rural and mid-sized counties and try to hold down losses in urban areas.
Boaters Slow Down! Florida Manatee Season Has ArrivedSouth Florida boaters need to slow down immediately. November is Manatee Awareness Month and the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission is reminding the public that these large marine mammals are on the move.
President Trump Takes Florida's 29 Electoral VotesPresident Donald Trump won the crucial swing state of Florida, whose 29 electoral votes were considered critical to his reelection push.
Florida Gas Prices Plunge To 4-Month Lows; More Discounts ExpectedFlorida gas prices sank to their lowest level since June. The state average dropped 4 cents last week to an average price of $2.05 per gallon. Gas prices are on a 29-day streak of declines, and It appears that trend will continue this week.
Study: Toxins Are Creating A Breeding Failure Among Florida's Great EgretsFlorida's great egrets are having a bit of trouble these days getting in the mood to mate thanks to environmental toxins.
Booze vs. Boredom: 1 In 3 Floridians Turned To Hard Liquor During COVID LockdownWhen Florida, and the rest of the nation went into lockdown during the start of the coronavirus pandemic, bars were shutdown. But that didn’t stop Floridians from consuming their alcoholic spirits as drinkers resorted to making their own ‘quarantinis.’