Coral Gables' Styrofoam Ban Fight Goes To Florida Supreme CourtCoral Gables has gone to the Florida Supreme Court in a legal battle about whether the city should be able to ban the use of Styrofoam food containers, according to documents posted Monday on the Supreme Court website.
Retired Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens, 99, Died In Ft. LauderdaleRetired Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens has died after suffering a stroke.
Supreme Court Blocks Citizenship Question On 2020 CensusThe Supreme Court has blocked a citizenship question from being added to the 2020 census for the time being in a major setback for the Trump administration.
New Florida Supreme Court Justices Hear First CasesGov. Ron DeSantis’ three selections to the Florida Supreme Court heard their first set of oral arguments Wednesday, further signaling a major change on the seven-member court.
Revamped Florida Supreme Court Rejects Minimum Wage CaseIn the first major demonstration of an ideological shift on the revamped Florida Supreme Court, justices Tuesday refused to consider an appeal in a Miami Beach minimum-wage lawsuit that a former liberal-leaning majority of the court had scheduled to hear next month.
Gov. DeSantis Appoints Third State Supreme Court JusticeIn the final step in reshaping the Florida Supreme Court, Gov. Ron DeSantis has named Carlos Muniz to the high court.
Gov. DeSantis Taps Judge Robert Luck For State Supreme CourtGovernor Ron DeSantis has appointed appellate Judge Robert J. Luck to the Florida Supreme Court.
Incoming Florida Governor Ron DeSantis Given List Of Finalists For Supreme CourtWith a chance to create a solid conservative majority on the Florida Supreme Court, Gov.-elect Ron DeSantis on Tuesday received a list of 11 nominees to consider in filling three upcoming vacancies on the state’s highest court.
In Rejecting Florida Appeals, US Supreme Court Justices Debate Future Of Death Penalty As the US Supreme Court rejected a series of death penalty appeals from Florida on Tuesday, key justices laid bare the enduring divisions over the fairness and effectiveness of the ultimate punishment.
Justice O'Connor Announces Dementia Diagnosis, 'Probably Alzheimer's'Retired Justice Sandra Day O'Connor revealed in a letter on Tuesday that she has been diagnosed with the "beginning stages of dementia, probably Alzheimer's disease."
State's Supreme Court Rules New Governor To Appoint New JusticesThe state's Supreme Court has ruled that the next governor, not Gov. Rick Scott, will have the authority to appoint three justices to the Supreme Court.
Retired Supreme Court Justice Says Kavanaugh Does Not Belong On Nation's Highest CourtA retired U.S. Supreme Court Justice is changing his mind on SCOTUS nominee Brett Kavanaugh.
Florida Man Charged With Threatening US Senators Over Kavanaugh VoteA Florida man was put behind bars after making some alarming threats.
Senate Judiciary Committee Asked Kavanaugh About 2 New Claims Of Sexual AssaultInvestigators with the Senate Judiciary Committee asked Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh about two previously undisclosed accusations of sexual misconduct during a phone call Tuesday, according to a transcript of the call released Wednesday night.
Gov. Scott's Push To Name New Supreme Court Justices ChallengedBefore he leaves office, Governor Rick Scott wants to replace three state Supreme Court justices who are leaving due to age restrictions.