Florida public schools are expected to grow by 27,000 students in the next year, under an estimate approved by state forecasters on Thursday.
Now the White House is considering its own investigation into the activities of Imran Awan, the IT staffer for Florida Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz who remained on the job and with congressional computer access for about five months after the FBI began investigating him for fraud.
Gov. Rick Scott is continuing his hardline approach against the oppressive policies of the Venezuelan government and plans to ask the State Board Administration to put the kabosh on doing business with the Maduro regime at a meeting next month.
School districts from across the state are preparing to join forces to challenge the constitutionality of a massive education law passed earlier this summer.
President Donald Trump made an unexpected announcement that transgender people will no longer be able to serve in the U.S. military Wednesday, reversing an Obama policy allowing them to serve in the armed forces.
Gov. Rick Scott announced today he will propose $30 million in pay raises for state law enforcement agencies to use for officer recruitment and retention in his 2018-2019 recommended budget.
Federal assistance may be on the way for the state's latest Everglades restoration effort.
Indian River and Martin Counties have NOT ended their fight to right the wrongs they say are chugging through government channels -- wrongs that would bring a high-speed rail project through the Treasure Coast at great cost to taxpayers.
This week, the U.S. House passed U.S. Rep. Neal Dunn’s, R-Fla., bill giving more federal contracts to small businesses owned by veterans.