Wallace Pope, the prosecutor in the judicial misconduct probe against Judge Paul Hawkes, who helped bring about the lavish new headquarters for the 1st District Court of Appeals, has responded to Hawkes' attempts to oust him from the case.
A provocative television commercial produced by the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine has been denied access to Miami television stations, according
Colt Manufacturing Company decided to set up a plant that will generate 63 jobs over the next three years in Osceola County, thanks to economic incentives offered by county and state agencies.
A Republican in the state Legislature wants to make it a little harder for someone with a drug-related felony conviction to receive welfare benefits and food assistance.
A permanent loss of civil rights is part of the debt owed to society, Gov. Rick Scott said.
A measure requiring needy recipients of temporary cash assistance with a history of drug offenses to be screened for narcotics at their own expense cleared a Florida House health care panel Wednesday.
A Miami judge today threw out a lawsuit filed by the American Civil Liberties Union challenging the state's plans to implement its controversial elections overhaul in 62 counties while a handful of other counties await preclearance from the federal government.
Republican governor candidate Rick Scott named his campaign co-chairs today, which immediately caught the attention of the folks at Democrat Alex Sink's
The road to implementing a set of numeric nutrient standards in Florida has been a bumpy one. For the Florida Wildlife Federation, it began in 2008, when the