TALLAHASSEE — George Sheldon easily beat Rep. Perry Thurston, D-Fort Lauderdale, Tuesday for the Democratic nomination for attorney general.
Charlie Crist, the former self-described Ronald Reagan Republican, officially became the Democratic nominee for Florida governor Tuesday, easily beating back a bare-bones primary challenge from former state Sen. Nan Rich of Broward County.
TAMPA — As your toes dangle 335 feet high atop your perch on the Falcon's Fury drop ride at Busch Gardens, you can see Tropicana Field nearly 25 miles away in St. Petersburg. It's a moment of pure awe. Just before the panic.
There will be a new after-hours street party this year during Epcot's International Food and Wine Festival, which starts next month at the Orlando theme park. The Late Nights Live! party will be Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9:45 p.m. to 1 a.m. during the festival for $79 per person. That gets you six items from select …
A year ago this month, Sen. Marco Rubio was heckled as he took the stage at a conservative gathering in Orlando.
TALLAHASSEE — In a new book about her two years as Florida's lieutenant governor, Jennifer Carroll paints a grim picture: ignored by Gov. Rick Scott, belittled by his back-biting staff and forced to resign from office for no reason.
TAMPA — This year the Florida Democratic Party is determined not to be the circular firing squad party.
A power company that writes six-figure checks to the governor's re-election gets attention.
TALLAHASSEE — Seeking to secure votes from parents and the tea party faithful, Gov. Rick Scott on Monday called for a review of Florida's controversial new education benchmarks and a "thorough investigation of all standardized tests."
Charlie Crist's vow to change Florida law about insurance regulation during a Facebook Q&A on Aug. 6 was not liked by the Republican Party of Florida.