Hulk Hogan became a household name in the 1980s as a larger-than-life wrestler for the World Wrestling Federation, but now the part-time Florida man could attempt to make headlines in politics with a run for the U.S. Senate.
Attorney General hopeful and State Rep. Frank White says it’s time to change the state’s public finance system and put Florida taxpayers' money out of political campaigns and back where it belongs.
Florida Power & Light is the latest company to reap the benefits of President Donald Trump’s signature tax reform package, giving consumers more jingle in their pocket as the power company uses extra funding to recoup the cost of restoring power after Hurricane Irma.
Florida lawmakers are still trying to work out the kinks in the state’s growing medical marijuana industry -- and a new bill moving through the Senate seeks to expand the number of medical marijuana licenses by removing what some call an “unconstitutional” qualification shutting out many black farmers from the booming medical pot business.
Two Florida lawmakers are proposing new regulations to limit control over vacation rentals in Florida, including renting through popular homesharing sites like Homeaway and Airbnb.
Florida State Rep. Shevrin Jones says the time is now for Florida’s controversial “Stand Your Ground” law to be taken off of the books once and for all.
The new Brightline train embarked on its maiden voyage from West Palm Beach to Fort Lauderdale last week, and according to a new report, the train system could prove to be incredibly profitable to the Sunshine State.
State Rep. Sean Shaw officially threw his name in the ring to become Florida’s next Attorney General on Tuesday.
Former U.S. Rep. and Democratic gubernatorial candidate Gwen Graham says Gov. Rick Scott failed hundreds, perhaps thousands of elderly people by failing to respond to cries for help as Hurricane Irma battered the state in September.
Florida’s citrus industry continues to struggle nearly four months after Hurricane Irma swept through the state and caused billions of dollars worth of damage -- and state officials are begging the federal government for money to help farmers recover.