Want to track the progress of the just-approved Everglades reservoir project? The South Florida Water Management District has you covered.
The South Florida Water Management District (SFWMD) this week scored a crucial legal victory to protect the right to representation in lawsuits that will impact the use of water in South Florida.
Florida politicians weighed in on the U.S. Senate’s new proposal to repeal and replace Barack Obama’s signature healthcare bill.
Following a warning letter from Pacific Legal Foundation, officials at Vero Beach High School and the Indian River County School Board have finally withdrawn all punishment of student J.P. Krause, a rising senior they unlawfully penalized for the “offense” of delivering a tongue-in-cheek speech in his successful candidacy for student body president.
Citizens’ Board of Governors approved recommended rates and policy changes for 2018 on Tuesday -- all of them "reflecting rising nonweather water losses, assignment of benefits abuse and out-of-control litigation that, left unchecked, will force rate hikes for years to come."
Florida politicians in Washington, D.C. offered words of condolence after House Majority Whip Steve Scalise was shot in Alexandria, Virginia early Wednesday morning.
There's more than one way to skin a cat.
The South Florida Water Management District (SFWMD) Governing Board on Thursday approved public access to one of its major Everglades restoration projects, the A-1 Flow Equalization Basin (FEB). After the meeting, the District said the action adds thousands of additional recreation acres in western Palm Beach County, where residents and visitors can enjoy the outdoors.
Gov. Rick Scott and the leaders of the Florida Legislature have reached an agreement on funding economic development efforts and education, leading to a special legislative session set for next week.
Glades farmers said they rejoice along with coastal residents after seeing news reports Wednesday from both Fort Myers and Stuart showing property values in those algae-affected communities increased during 2016.