Travelers stream from the covered asphalt lots to the main terminal, fussing with their luggage and monitoring check-in times on their iPhones, hardly noticing the two men.
TALLAHASSEE — It was lunchtime and the newly arrived teenage inmates had just filed into the mess hall at Sumter Correctional Institution, sat down with their lunch trays and begun eating. Some of them started talking — just like the inmates who'd been there longer were doing at nearby tables.
Doctors have delivered the first baby in Florida with Zika-related microcephaly, state health officials said Tuesday.
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TALLAHASSEE — A Florida abortion law that goes into effect Friday could be undermined after the U.S. Supreme Court threw out controversial Texas restrictions.
Former Gov. Charlie Crist once faced withering criticism for hugging President Barack Obama, but now Obama is returning the favor by embracing Crist's congressional campaign.
TALLAHASSEE — Florida is poised for a volatile political season as a large crop of candidates met Friday's deadline to get on the ballot for the 2016 elections.
Omar Mateen's quest to become a law enforcement officer led him to apply for a job with the Florida Highway Patrol in 2011, but he failed his exam, state records show.
TALLAHASSEE — Miami Democratic state Senate candidate Andrew Korge is so ambitious for public office that he's willing to go to extremes, his primary opponents say.
TALLAHASSEE — The story is familiar: A brash, self-styled "outsider" with deep pockets challenges Marco Rubio on his home turf.