Facing South Florida: Previewing Upcoming Florida Legislating SessionWe are just days away from the official start of the Florida legislative session in Tallahassee.
Democrats Unite In Show Of UnityNow that the dust from the August Primary has settled, key members of the state's Democratic party are beginning to rally the proverbial troops in a run up to the November election.
Round Up Of Winners & Losers In August Primary The August Primary has set up a major show down for the Governor's office. Former Governor Charlies Crist defeated former state Senate Democratic leader Nan Rich in a landslide.
Election Day: Key Races Across The State And In South FloridaElection Day rolls on as South Florida voters continue to file into their polls throughout the region.
Candidates Hope Low-Profile Campaigns Will Lead To Higher Votes As voters go to the polls for next week’s primary, two relatively unknown Democrats hope their low-profile campaigns will work to garner them a win against Republican incumbent Pam Bondi.
Day Two Of Early Voting Underway In Broward County It's the second day for Broward residents to start casting their votes for the 2014 Primary elections.
Early Voting In Broward Starts FridayBroward residents can start casting their votes Friday for the 2014 Primary elections.
Democrats Focus On Governor's Race, Rebuilding There are four statewide offices on November's ballot, and the Florida Democratic Party is essentially conceding two of them.
Dems Criticize Gov. Scott Over Troubled Unemployment WebsiteFlorida Democrats have criticized Gov. Rick Scott for failing to provide leadership or take ownership over the state's troubled $63 million unemployment website.
Florida Pays $800K To Fix Governor's MansionDid you know your hard-earned tax dollars are paying for upgrades at Gov. Rick Scott’s Tallahassee mansion? Gov. Scott has repeatedly pledged to slash government spending since his 2010 election yet more than $800,000 has been spent for substantial improvements to the Greek Revival mansion where he and his wife live.
State Lawmakers Polled Over "Stand Your Ground" Special SessionMembers of the state's Legislature will be polled to see if there is enough support to hold a special session to decide the fate of the state's controversial "stand your ground" law.
House, Senate Lay Out Plans For Teacher Pay IncreasesThe state’s House and Senate have clarified their plans on how they would give teachers pay increase. On Friday, both legislative bodies laid out their blueprints for the state's $74 billion budget for the coming fiscal year were released.
Matthew Bent's Lawyer Asks For New Trial Based On Juror MisconductWith a guilty verdict, Michael Brewer's family thought they had final closure in the attempted murder of their son. Matthew Bent was convicted of dousing Brewer with alcohol and setting him on fire two-and-a-half years ago. But now a juror is claiming she was forced to change her verdict.
Jury Convicts Matthew Bent Of Aggravated BatterySeventeen-year-old Matthew Bent has been found guilty of aggravated battery, which was a lesser included offense, for his role in the burning of Michael Brewer in 2009.
Jury Calls It A Day In Teen Burning TrialJury deliberations will continue Tuesday in the trial of 17-year-old Matthew Bent, who is accused of orchestrating the fiery attack on Michael Brewer in 2009.