Senate Again Focused On Uber Driver InsuranceThe Senate isn't ready to match a House proposal that would prevent local governments from regulating popular app-based transportation services, such as Uber and Lyft.
Gov. Scott's Jobs Chief Is Leaving In JanuaryFlorida Governor Rick Scott's job chief announced Friday he would be stepping down.
Senate Still Skeptical About Scott Corporate Cash DemandsState senators still aren't buying Gov. Rick Scott's argument that Florida's business recruitment agency is running short of the cash needed to close corporate relocation deals.
Scott Keeps Pressure On Lawmakers For Business IncentivesGov. Rick Scott continues putting pressure on lawmakers to attract more companies to Florida and has advised business owners to do the same.
Florida's Housing Market Continues To ClimbGovernor Rick Scott announced August was another strong month for the state's growing housing market.
Lawmakers Say Complaints Continue About Unemployment WebsiteFloridians continue to report problems with the state's 2-year-old unemployment benefits website, according to lawmakers.
Gov. Scott Reappoints Unconfirmed Agency HeadsGov. Rick Scott wasted little time in reappointing 16 agency heads, including the leaders of two health-care agencies and the state's elections chief, after the Senate did not confirm them before the end of the regular legislative session.
Gov. Rick Scott Talks Job Growth In South FloridaGovernor Rick Scott is in South Florida Friday announcing that job growth across Florida is back to pre-recession numbers.
Scott's Job Chief Lands Senate BackingFlorida Goveror Rick Scott's new jobs chief was confirmed in the Senate Wednesday, just a day after a committee tabled the confirmation of a top state health official.
Space Florida Expects SpaceX To Touch Down In TexasSpace Florida, the quasi-government agency created to grow the space industry, expects billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk to set up the world's first private launch facility in Texas.
Florida Senate Confirms Scott Agency Chiefs Three state agency heads in danger of losing their jobs have been confirmed by the Florida Senate.
Fla. To Pay Thousands Of Held-up Jobless Claims Thousands of unemployed South Floridians will finally be getting their benefits checks after the state's troubled new system had held them up.
State Hiring Workers To Process Jobless Benefits Back UpThe state Department of Economic Opportunity is hiring 330 workers to help process unemployment assistance applications due to troubles with a new $62.8 million online system.
State And Vendor Clash Over Jobless Claims System Florida officials and the company responsible for building the state's new unemployment claims website in a battle over who it blame for the site's ongoing problems.
Deloitte Defends Work On Troubled Unemployment System The company responsible for Florida's new online unemployment-assistance system is coming out in its defense after the Department of Economic Opportunity started fining the company for failing to deliver a "fully functioning" system