CDC: Connection Drawn Between THC, Vaping Illnesses; 1 Death In Florida, 70 Reported CasesThe federal government on Monday acknowledged that THC products are “playing an important role” in the multistate outbreak of vaping-related illnesses and recommended that people not use vaping devices that contain THC.
Police: Scammers Swindle Florida City For Nearly $750,000Ocala police say scammers posing as a local construction company doing business with the city got an employee to change information that sent $742,376 to a fraudulent bank account.
Study: Miami Is USA's Third Most Dangerous City To Trick-Or-TreatA Massachusetts software company has found Miami to be the third most dangerous city in the US to go trick-or-treating this year behind Arlington, Texas, and Memphis, Tennesee.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis Criticizes Minimum Wage ProposalGov. Ron DeSantis on Monday questioned a proposal to increase Florida’s minimum wage through the constitutional amendment process, warning about effects on the restaurant industry.
Migrant Children Go To Florida SheltersWhen the federal government suddenly emptied a South Florida detention center for migrant children in August, it was unclear exactly where more than 1,000 children had gone.
Florida Lottery Introduces New Holiday Luck Scratch Off GamesThe Florida Lottery is getting into the spirit of the holiday season with their new Holiday Luck scratch-off games.
Trump Administration Bans US Flights To All Cuban Cities But HavanaAll U.S. flights to all Cuban cities but Havana will be banned starting in December, the Trump administration announced on Friday.
Governor Ron DeSantis Committee Rakes In CashGov. Ron DeSantis’ political committee has collected more than $546,000 in contributions this month, with large chunks coming from out-of-state donors and the optometry industry, according to the committee’s website.
Jackson Health System Fined $2M For Patient Confidentiality BreachA major Florida health system with six hospitals must pay over $2 million after federal officials determined its HIPPA compliance program was in disarray for years.
US Attorney Won’t Pursue Medical Marijuana Cases In FloridaFlorida’s medical marijuana laws should be enough to shield the growing industry from prosecution across northern Florida.
Florida Superintendents Weigh In On Higher Teacher PayWhen Gov. Ron DeSantis made a pitch this month to raise the minimum salaries of Florida public-school teachers to $47,500, questions lingered over how lawmakers would go about paying for the plan.
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis Backs Letting College Athletes Cash InGov. Ron DeSantis, who captained his university’s baseball team, backed California-style legislation Thursday that would allow Florida college athletes to cash in on their names and images.
Florida Panther Euthanized Due To Deteriorating HealthWildlife officials were forced to euthanize an endangered Florida panther after they noticed its deteriorating health.
Travel Site Ranks Miami As 'Sexiest City' In The WorldAs it turns out Miami is the sexiest city in the world, according to travel site bigseventravel.com.
Hepatitis A Outbreak Grows By 55 Cases In FloridaFlorida had 55 new hepatitis A cases reported last week, bringing the total number of cases this year to 2,847 as of Saturday, according to Department of Health data.