A massive python slithering along the tram road at Shark Valley in Everglades National Park may be one for the record books.
TALLAHASSEE — Gov. Rick Scott and Cabinet members will settle a three-year-old legal battle next week that will give the state access to property it wants to acquire to build a park near the Governor's Mansion.
MIAMI — A man arrested by the FBI on charges of plotting as an Islamic State sympathizer to detonate a nail-filled bomb on a Florida beach is no extremist, his attorney says.
TEQUESTA — Two teens whose lives were intertwined with the sea remained lost in the Atlantic on Tuesday, as their families and authorities tried to maintain hope against the fading odds of their survival.
TALLAHASSEE — After spending nearly three years and millions of dollars defending its redistricting maps, the Florida Senate gave up the fight Tuesday as it conceded for the first time that the courts were going to find it violated the state Constitution.
TALLAHASSEE — Bucking a national trend, a defiant Walton County voted Tuesday after an emotional hearing to replace one Confederate flag with another one at its courthouse in the Florida Panhandle.
MIAMI —A new study by the Risky Business Project paints a grim picture of Florida's economy if industries fail to take seriously the risks from climate change.
TALLAHASSEE — Florida loves a cold brew — a lot, according to a new study that says beer pumps $14 billion into the state's economy every year.
JUPITER — More than three days after two 14-year-old boys disappeared on what was supposed to be a routine fishing trip, Coast Guard officials offered hope the teenagers could be found alive.
TALLAHASSEE — A highly critical state audit casts new doubt on whether Florida is ready to count votes in the 2016 presidential election and puts added pressure on Gov. Rick Scott's top elections official to show improvement.