When Gov. Rick Scott says he misspoke, why would anyone who's listened to him mangle words for nearly seven years -- especially his hometown Naples Daily News -- not give him the benefit of the doubt?
House Speaker Richard Corcoran says it’s high time for Florida to end public financing of political elections.
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The state investigation into the alleged abuse of marine life off Manatee County in July -- most prominently, a live shark dragged to death behind a speedboat -- was still incomplete Monday afternoon.
One of the radical rewrites of the Martin County Comprehensive Growth Management Plan by the 2012 county commission, and engineered by Martin County’s “shadow government,” likely will be rolled back at Tuesday’s Board of County Commissioners meeting. Finally.
The Florida Democratic Party is faced with a huge dilemma. It hasn’t won the governor’s mansion in a generation and unless Democrats nominate the right person, they won’t have a chance at winning back the most coveted position in Florida government.
Back in the '60s, I missed a chance to cover a story that haunts me to this day.
Will Awan go Barry White? Will he hit a Michael Jackson note? Will he throw in some rap or heavy metal?
Enough already. Moderate-Republican elected officials, calm down and take a lude. Mainstream Media, you’ve run the storyline into the ground now for four days.
How did the media get it THAT wrong about Tiger Woods? Literally dozens of news outlets nationwide listed marijuana first as the reason the golfing great was found asleep at the wheel on the side of the road in Palm Beach County in May.
What would happen if Rick Baker went partisan for the black vote, as Rick Kriseman seems to be doing, and said, "Look at what Democrats did?"
Have I got this right? One of the leading columnists for a newspaper whose market serves the heart of last year's blue-green algae disaster is OK with septic tanks? Well, septic tanks apparently would be OK in Sewall's Point if only the town's nearly 2,000 residents weren't behaving exactly like Glades folks portrayed them -- as "wealthy coastal elites."
The cost of gasoline at the pump is expected to shoot up this week, as oil and gas producers from Mexico to Louisiana g
In a statement issued Tuesday evening from the Senate office, Senate President Joe Negron, R-Stuart, announced the death of former Sen. Greg Evers, R-Baker.
The South Florida Water Management District has scheduled a one-day public meeting and independent scientific peer review workshop as part of the District's reevaluation of the minimum flow level (
U.S. Rep. Frederica Wilson, D-Fla., threw her support to Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum to be Florida’s next governor.
While Congress is expected to stay out of Washington D.C. for the rest of the month, two North Florida Republican freshmen are planning to hold a public hearing on how China is engaged in corporate espionage and violating intellectual property.
White House press secretary Sean Spicer resigned on Friday morning, ending a stormy six-month stint in the job after President Trump offered to hire New York financier Anthony Scaramucci as communi
Freshman U.S. Rep. Brian Mast, R-Fla., says he's raised over $700,000 for his reelection bid in 2018, adding precious financial resources Mast will most assuredly need next year.
Florida House of Representatives hopeful Berny Jacques has nabbed another endorsement in his race for Florida's 66th House District.
Tropical Depression 4 formed over the Atlantic late Wednesday evening and may remain a concern through the middle of July as it takes a path near the Lesser Antilles then near the East Coast of the
On Thursday, Gov. Rick Scott named Jim Poppell as secretary of the Florida Lottery. Poppell will start his new duties on July 10, replacing Tom Delacenserie who left at the start of the month to become president and CEO of the Kentucky Lottery. David Mica, the chief of staff of the Florida Lottery, has been serving as interim secretary.
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