A pro-Democratic group has sent out the call that 2016 is the year Florida voters need to choose a female candidate: "Did you know that fewer women have been elected to statewide office than men named William?"
The seagrass in Florida Bay is dying, a sign that the ailing bay could be going from bad to catastrophic.
DAVIE — In an effort to draw Democrats to her campaign, Hillary Clinton bashed Republicans in a South Florida speech Friday for ignoring climate change and refusing to expand Medicaid in the nation's largest swing state.
It was supposed to assert Florida's dominance in picking the Republican presidential nominee, but a move to push back the primary and award all delegates to the winner has rankled party activists who say it has made candidates wary of the state and could disenfranchise voters.
TALLAHASSEE — When Florida lawmakers return to Tallahassee for another redistricting special session on Oct. 19, they will talk a lot about how to comply with court guidelines when redrawing state Senate districts. But they'll say much less about how competitive those districts should be.
TALLAHASSEE — One is the governor and one wants to be.
TALLAHASSEE — A pair of Republican state legislators who are also doctors are pushing an alternate plan to reform health care that runs counter to the proposed overhaul laid out by their party leaders.
TALLAHASSEE — Florida's Legislature passed 227 bills during its annual session and 27 of those became laws Thursday. They address issues ranging from revenge porn and prostitution to training law enforcement officers on how to recognize health emergencies brought on by diabetes. The following is a look at some of …
Yo ho, yo ho, the pirates are back at the Magic Kingdom, and you might notice some new smells.
The state government's role as a property insurer is only going to get smaller over the next four months.