U.S. Rep. Tom Rooney, R-Fla., weighed in on Tuesday after the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) announcement it will send almost $800 million to Florida to help the state recover from Hurricanes Irma and Matthew.
By Kevin Derby
Political animals of all stripes likely will be clamoring for "Everything Trump Touches Dies" -- a new book to be released in August for Simon and Schuster's Free Press imprint.
Incoming Florida Senate President Bill Galvano, R-Bradenton, announced Wednesday that Lisa Vickers, a longtime senior policy advisor in the Office of the Senate President, will serve as Senate chie
The South Florida Water Management District (SFWMD) Governing Board approved a partnership with Collier County Thursday to improve flood protection for the Immok
The 2018 legislative session will continue on past Friday and the normal 60 days -- for however long it will take to pass a new $87 billion budget.
The Florida Sheriffs Association released an urgent letter Tuesday afternoon requesting adequate funding for school resource officers.
Speaker Richard Corcoran, R-Land O'Lakes, congratulated the House Thursday for passing what he claims is "the strongest sexual harassment reforms (HB 7007) in th
Caulkins Water Farm, one of the few truly good-news projects to emerge on the Treasure Coast since blue-green algae began fouling the St.
Gov. Rick Scott called on the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Monday to release all details surrounding the Bureau’s failure to take action after receiving information Jan.
The FBI says it failed to investigate a specific report in January that Nikolas Cruz could be plotting a school shooting.
Northwest Floridians like their lives on Central time. They're happy living an hour behind the rest of the state.
The South Florida Water Management District Governing Board approved the purchase pumps last week to help realize environmental benefits for the St.
Florida will be splitting $2.36 billion in federal disaster relief for agriculture losses with similarly storm-ravaged Texas and Puerto Rico.
The South Florida Water Management District's Governing Board approved another land purchase Thursday, this one to help preserve the Shingle Creek Management Area in Orange and Osceola counties.