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James Buchanan Reels in Endorsements from Galvano, Boyd, Sarasota Sheriff

September 22, 2017 - 12:30pm
Bill Galvano, James Buchanan, and Jim Boyd

Some of the state's top legislators and local law enforcement officers say James Buchanan has the secret sauce to become one of Florida's key lawmakers in Tallahassee.

NRSC Blasts Bill Nelson Over Donation from Hollywood Nursing Home Owner

September 21, 2017 - 4:00pm
Bill Nelson

Are U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson and the owner of the Hollywood nursing home where nine people died more than just acquaintances?

Airbnb Expands Free Housing Program for Irma Evacuees

Hollywood Nursing Home Files Lawsuit Over License Suspension, Medicaid Cuts

September 20, 2017 - 10:00pm

The Hollywood nursing home where multiple elderly people died last week has filed a lawsuit in Leon County Circuit Court seeking to block Gov. Rick Scott from withholding Medicaid payments and placing an emergency moratorium preventing the facility from admitting any new patients.

Gov. Scott: I Won't Let Florida Tourism Miss a Beat

September 19, 2017 - 6:00pm
Rick Scott

Category 4 hurricane in September? Psssh, piece of cake for the tourism wizards over at VISIT FLORIDA. Watch the Sunshine State open for business in October.

Corcoran, Brandes Call for Committees to Review State's Hurricane Preparedness Efforts

September 19, 2017 - 4:00pm
Jeannette Nunez, Ray Rodrigues, Richard Corcoran, Sean Shaw and Kristin Jacobs

House Speaker Richard Corcoran and Sen. Jeff Brandes are making the push for an overhaul on how the state handles hurricanes.

Daphne Campbell Tries to Use FPL Connections to Restore Family's Power

September 19, 2017 - 2:15pm
Daphne Campbell

A South Florida lawmaker is making headlines after she attempted to use her connections to a Florida Power & Light company official to restore electricity to the homes of her family after Hurricane Irma struck the state last week.

Hurricane Irma Death Toll Climbs to 34

September 18, 2017 - 1:45pm

Hurricane Irma has claimed the lives of 34 people in Florida, a number which has steadily risen in the days after the storm made landfall in the Sunshine State.

Scott Issues Emergency Rules Requiring Working Generators at All Florida Nursing Homes

Nursing Home Says It Contacted Scott 'Multiple Times' Before Patients Died

September 15, 2017 - 6:45pm

The Hollywood nursing home where eight people died after Hurricane Irma says it tried to call Gov. Rick Scott’s office three times before the first death at the facility, the latest in finger-pointing at the governor and the state’s largest electricity provider, Florida Power & Light.



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