With the Florida Legislature already holding committee meetings in Tallahassee, on Thursday, the Florida Chamber of Commerce unveiled its agenda for the upcoming session.
Gov. Rick Scott is urging Raul Castro to usher in a new age of democracy in Cuba following the death of his brother, former Cuban president and tyrant Fidel Castro, last month.
Toting up employment progress at the state's ports, Gov. Rick Scott announced Tuesday that Florida seaports combined have created 200,000 new jobs since 2012.
Gov. Rick Scott announced Wednesday that Florida businesses will continue to pay the lowest possible rate for reemployment taxes next year because of Florida’s growing economy and strong private-sector job growth rate.
The South Florida Water Management District rolled out a new infographic at Thursday's Water Resources Development Act (WRDA) meeting -- this one comparing the benefits of storing storm water north of Lake Okeechobee versus storing water south of the big lake.
Florida leaders reacted to the death of former Cuban leader Fidel Castro early Saturday morning.
Raul Castro made the announcement his brother had died on Cuban television on Saturday. He was 90 years old. Few details other than his death were available at the time of the announcement, but the former Cuban ruler's health had declined in recent years.
As the CNN camera moved in Tuesday, one protester opposing a Donald Trump presidency in front of Trump Tower shouted, "You'll never be my president, because I'm moving to Canada!"
Not so fast, Bub.
You might want to check out one of the blogs virally making its way around Canada -- all to great hilarity.
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The Florida House of Representatives today adopted "sweeping and monumental" ethics reform immediately following the election of Richard Corcoran as new speaker of the House.
The Florida Retail Federation (FRF) is expecting a happy holiday season for Florida retailers based on its latest projection.
Arthur Keiser, chancellor of Keiser University, formally announced Tuesday the private, not-for-profit university will add a football program at its flagship campus in West Palm Beach.