Florida Fan Sues Madonna In Miami-Dade Over Concert Start TimesOne Florida fan, Nate Hollander, is taking the Material Girl to court over her late start times.
State, Groups Wage Court Fights Over Solitary Confinement In FloridaIn separate but parallel lawsuits, civil-rights and legal groups are challenging Florida’s use of solitary confinement in prisons and juvenile detention centers —- but are facing pushback from state agencies.
Florida School Deputy Fired After Video Shows Him Grabbing Girl By The HeadA school resource deputy in Florida has been fired after he was caught on video pulling a girl's head back as he took her into custody, authorities said.
Great White Sharks Moving To Florida Waters For The WinterShark experts say the coast of Florida is starting to heat up with white shark activity.
Facing South Florida: 2020 Florida Legislative Session PreviewCBS4's Jim DeFede goes in-depth with two key state senators who look ahead to the Florida legislative session which convenes in January.
Florida Schools Could Get Antidote To OverdosesMedicine cabinets at Florida schools could get a new addition: an antidote for people who overdose on opioids such as heroin.
Florida Vaping Illnesses Climb To 87Florida had received reports of 87 vaping-related illnesses as of Saturday, an increase of nine cases during the prior week, according to numbers posted by the Florida Department of Health and a News Service of Florida analysis of the data.
Florida Man Faces Prison For Sending Threatening Text Messages About JewsA Florida man pled guilty Wednesday in Miami Federal Court to transmitting threatening communication regarding the killing of Jewish people.
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis Outlines Faith-Based InitiativeGov. Ron DeSantis said Thursday he has established the Governor’s Faith and Community-Based Initiative, which will be led by a former president and executive director of the Tim Tebow Foundation.
Controversial Parental Consent Abortion Bill Teed Up In Florida SenateWith the House already moving quickly on the controversial issue, a Senate committee next week will take up a bill that would require minors to get consent from their parents before having abortions.
Mom Files Lawsuit After Boy Falls From Zip Line Onto Concrete Floor At Florida ParkA mother from Florida is suing an indoor entertainment park after her 10-year-old son was injured after falling 20 to 25 feet from a zip line and onto the concrete surface below, according to a lawsuit filed by the mother.
Federal Judge Backs ‘Best And Brightest’ SettlementA federal judge has given preliminary approval to a settlement that calls for the state to pay $15.5 million in a class-action lawsuit alleging discrimination in the controversial “Best and Brightest” teacher-bonus program.
Florida Health Insurer To Offer Lyft RidesFlorida Blue announced that Affordable Care Act customers will have access to Lyft rides as part of the benefits package in individual health insurance policies, beginning Feb. 1.
Florida Teen Charged With Soliciting Hit On School Employee "I need a guy who could kill someone," a Florida teenager allegedly wrote to a friend on Instagram, authorities say. "No joke. I need him eliminated as soon as possible."
Florida Man Pleads Guilty To Sawing Off Nose Of Rare FishA Florida man has pleaded guilty to killing an endangered fish unique to state waters whose extended nose is lined with teeth that resemble a saw.