UPDATE 6:30 p.m.: Fifty-nine people are now dead with over 520 injured from the Las Vegas massacre on Sunday, Clark County Sheriff Joseph Lombardo said.
After months of waiting, five new medical marijuana growers won’t be getting their state-issued licenses to cultivate and sell the state’s newest prescription drug on time. On Friday, state officials said Florida will miss the deadline to dole out five new licenses to cultivate and sell medical marijuana in the Sunshine State.
Former state Rep. Erik Fresen is headed to jail for 60 days for failing to file a tax return for more than $270,000, a federal judge ruled Friday.
Gov. Rick Scott returned to the U.S. after visiting a devastated Puerto Rico earlier this week, saying cleaning up the damage to the small island left from Hurricane Maria is going to be a “long process.”
Voters lack overall confidence in the honesty of their government, believing nearly every level is majorly or somewhat corrupt, according to a new poll.
Florida’s needy and low-income students who participate in the state’s Tax Credit Scholarship Program are more likely to attend college and receive degrees, a study released Wednesday shows.
U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio says political newcomer James Buchanan is the right choice for Florida voters, officially endorsing Buchanan for Florida’s 72nd House District Wednesday.
Republican political newcomer Daniel Perez knocked out Democrat Gabriele Mayaudon to win the election for Florida’s 116th House District on Tuesday.
A Florida congressman is taking a step towards helping American veterans fight back against opioid abuse.
Florida stands ready to support its close neighbor of Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria caused widespread devastation to the island last week.