TALLAHASSEE — This should be a time for the Republican Party of Florida to rake in the dollars.
It's a good thing for Florida taxpayers that state legislators don't get paid by the hour.
ST. PETERSBURG — After decades as a renter, former Florida Gov. Charlie Crist has finally taken the plunge into homeownership in a big way.
Carmen Torres woke up one morning in absolute darkness. It took 16 years and a team of doctors to bring back the light.
TALLAHASSEE — In the wake of the Great Recession, which left the average Florida family struggling to make ends meet, at least one group of people continues to get richer: It pays to be elected to the state House or Senate.
OPA-LOCKA — After hundreds of rescue workers fanned out across a massive swath of the Atlantic for a full week, the Coast Guard's search for two teenage fishermen ended Friday, a heart-rending decision for families so convinced the boys could be alive they're pressing on with their own hunt.
Fred Rogers' sweater is a hue Crayola might call Forest Green, or maybe Aquamarine, or maybe Illuminating Emerald. He sketches a simple rainbow on an easel in his modest TV living room, the one decorated like childhood, and turns to the camera.
Saying "America's approach to Cuba is at a crossroads," Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Rodham Clinton called for an end to the 53-year-old Cuban trade embargo in Miami on Friday.
FORT LAUDERDALE — Forget the primary. For a moment Friday in Fort Lauderdale, it seemed as though next year's general election had already arrived.
TALLAHASSEE — Under fire once again for lapses in oversight of Florida's voter database and lax communication, Gov. Rick Scott's top elections official says he'll "over-communicate" in the future.