Proposal Seeks To Ban Corporal Punishment At Florida's Public SchoolsA Senate Democrat on Monday filed a proposal that would ban corporal punishment in Florida’s public schools.
Florida May Change Scholarship Programs College can be quite pricey therefore scholarships, like Florida’s Bright Futures program, can help a student or parent with the financial strain.
Florida A&M Comes Back To Beat Coppin St. 82-71 Reggie Lewis scored 24 points, including six 3-pointers, as FloridaA&M overpowered Coppin State in the second half, winning 82-71 on Saturday.
New "Stand Your Ground" Case Could Head To Supreme Court A divided appeals court on Thursday threw out second-degree murder charges against a man who fatally shot two others outside a Chili's restaurant in a case that could renew debate on the state's "stand your ground" law.
Mega Money Jackpot Rolls Over To $550,000 No one matched all four number plus the Mega Ball, causing a $550,00 rollover for the next jackpot, according to Florida Lottery officials.
New Campaign Finance Laws Take Effect Friday Future candidates in Florida will be allowed rake in even more money from contributors to their campaign starting Friday.
Public Hearing On State Education Standards Coming To Davie Later this month, Florida will hold three public hearings on controversial new education standards.
Rally In Tally Canceled, Others Planned For Trayvon MartinThe local, state and national rallies taking place in the wake of the killing of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin are moving full steam ahead Friday but there's been a change for a planned rally in Tally.
State Budget Shortfall Continues To RiseAs if the state’s budget wasn’t cash strapped enough, state revenue forecasters added about another $135 million dollar to that shortfall.