Florida Emergency Management Director Jared Moskowitz Stepping DownFlorida Emergency Management Director Jared Moskowitz, who has been responsible for the state's handling of the COVID outbreak, is resigning.
Facing South Florida: Coronavirus VaccineJim DeFede interviewed Jared Moskowitz, the president of Florida Emergency Management, about all things COVID vaccine.
Facing South Florida: 1-On-1 With Jared MoskowitzThe focus of the conversation with Florida’s Director of Emergency Management is the coronavirus with an emphasis on why many doctors and nurses are still having to use the same PPE for three or four days in a row.
Coronavirus Q&A: Florida Emergency Management Director Jared Moskowitz Discusses Need To Expand COVID-19 TestingAs businesses begin to reopen, making sure there’s adequate testing becomes even more critical.
Coronavirus 1-On-1: Emergency Management Director Jared Moskowitz On Push To Ramp Up TestingAs more and more cases of the coronavirus are spreading into Florida nursing homes and assisted living facilities, there is growing pressure on the state to ramp up testing as well as identify the facilities where employees and residents have tested positive.
Florida Has Spent $500M To Battle CoronavirusFlorida has spent about $500 million on emergency supplies and support for the COVID-19 pandemic, Division of Emergency Management Director Jared Moskowitz acknowledged Tuesday.
DeSantis Announces Picks For Education, Emergency ManagementFlorida Republican Gov.-elect Ron DeSantis has been keeping very busy as we get closer to 2019. 
Facing South Florida: One-On-One With Florida Rep. Jared MoskowitzWe are going to take a closer look at the bill the legislature passed in response to the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.
Vehicle Rescue Bill Approved By LegislatureA bill that provides legal protections to good Samaritans who break int
Lawmakers Could Hold Off On Gambling DealWith a high-stakes gambling deal with the Seminole Tribe set to expire in July, lawmakers may not have to hold a special session to keep it from falling apart, according to a prominent senator who was instrumental in crafting the agreement, called a compact, five years ago.
Senate Bill Would Allow Recordings In Sex-Abuse CasesState law generally bars recording of conversations unless all parties agree, but a proposal filed on Tuesday by a senator would allow minors who are victims of sexual abuse to secretly record conversations with their abusers.