The chairman of a congressional committee important to the funding of All Aboard Florida's proposed Miami-Orlando passenger rail service has asked U.S. Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao to suspend the allocation of AAF Private Activity Bonds (PABs) until his subcommittee gets answers to its questions.
You have to hand it to Calder Casino. The scruffed-up racetrack once called Calder comes under the gun Tuesday at a Department of Administration (DOA) hearing. Yet it found a way to divert that negative attention and rake in more money at the same time.
A quiet high school student whose only ostensible "oddity" was the trechcoat he wore to school every day has been arrested for killing 10 people and injuring 10 others in a shooting Friday morning at a high school in the southeastern Texas city of Santa Fe, some 20 miles outside of Galveston.
Here's news the mainstream media will ignore or shoo to the back pages ... shhh, Gov. Rick Scott might get some credit ... but facts are facts: The residential land market in Florida is "very strong as a result of the improving economy, combined with the continued influx of almost 1,000 people per day to the state."
Anybody who served in or around the Florida Legislature while Rep. Gayle Harrell represented Stuart and Port St. Lucie knows Gayle’s husband, James.
Congressmen assessing All Aboard Florida and Brightline in Florida might want to keep their eyes on California's deeply troubled high-speed rail project in California.
Carpetbagger candidates leave me cold. You know the ones I mean. The politicians who move to a jurisdiction they've never lived in before for the express purpose of running for office.
The Gaming Industry's biggest cheerleader has to be its boyish-faced leader, and right now he's cheering hard for an end to the ban on sports betting.
A young Florida woman who literally fears for her life needs a champion. I'm hoping it will be Attorney General Pam Bondi.
Watch out for George Soros. He's buying politicians in Florida again.