Florida Police Dog Fatally Shot While Chasing FugitiveInvestigators say a fugitive fatally shot a police dog that was chasing him in central Florida.
Solar Advocates Ask Florida High Court to Halt VotingSolar advocates are asking Florida's high court to halt voting on Amendment 1, a ballot measure they argue is misleading.
Florida: More Than 4 Million Residents Have Already VotedMore than 4 million people have already voted in the battleground state.
Florida's I-4 is the Deadliest Highway in AmericaThe deadliest highway in America is right here in Florida.
The Latest: Fla. Says 1.6 Million Early Voting Ballots CastAbout 1.6 million Floridians have already voted in this year's crucial election.
Presidential Race Turns to Florida with Voting UnderwayWith the race for the White House speeding to an end, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are campaigning Tuesday in swing state Florida, where tens of thousands of voters are already flocking to the polls.
Police, Bystanders Link Arms to Pull Man from Burning CarFlorida police officers linked arms with bystanders to pull a driver from in a burning car.
Judge: Give Florida Voters Chance to Fix Vote-By-Mail BallotCalling the state's current law "illogical" and "bizarre," a federal judge late Sunday ordered the state of Florida to give thousands of voters a chance to make sure their vote-by-mail ballots are counted.
4 Men Accused of Human Trafficking, Murder of Florida TeenTwo men are in jail and police are looking for two others in connection with the death of a teenager whose drug overdose led investigators to a human trafficking ring.
Judge Extends Voter Registration in Battleground FloridaA federal judge on Wednesday extended voter registration until Oct. 18 in the battleground state of Florida, due to the disruption and damage from Hurricane Matthew.
Ex-Concert Promoter Gets 18+ Years in Prison for $200M FraudA former concert promoter who staged shows by top acts such as the Rolling Stones, the Bee Gees and Rod Stewart has been sentenced to more than 18 years in prison for running the business as a $200 million fraud scheme.
No Deal? Seminole Tribe and Florida Now Head to CourtThe Seminole Tribe of Florida and the state are squaring off in a crucial federal trial that may affect the future of gambling in Florida.