Sen. Bill Galvano has filed legislation to permanently expand Florida's Bright Futures Scholarship Program, a top priority for Senate President Joe Negron.
Former St. Petersburg Mayor Rick Baker and current Mayor Rick Kriseman apparently aren't finished duking it out as voters virtually split their decision on which of them should lead the Tampa Bay city next term.
School choice advocate and U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos made two stops in Tallahassee this week, visiting a public and private school on Tuesday.
All three Democratic gubernatorial candidates descended upon South Florida Monday to make their case to the voters of Florida well before 2018 begins.
Florida is sending over much-needed help to Texas in the wake of Hurricane Harvey, which dumped dozens of inches of rainfall and left a trail of devastation after making landfall this weekend.
Greg Evers’ closest confidantes all remember him the same way: “honest,” “humble,” and “down-to-earth.”
State Rep. Carlos Trujillo has a new job in the United Nations.
President Donald Trump signed an executive order rapping Venezuela with a series of sanctions this week in the United States’ latest effort to push President Nicolas Maduro to his economic breaking point.
Less than a year after taking office in the Florida House of Representatives, state Rep. Alex Miller is calling it quits.
State Rep. Daisy Baez could find herself in hot water and facing an ethics complaint over allegations she doesn’t actually live in the district she represents.