Florida May Make it Easier to Sue Doctors Over AbortionsWomen who have had abortions could sue doctors under a bill now moving through the Florida House.
Florida Gov. Lashes Out at GOP Leader Over Jobs MoneyA feud between Republican Florida Gov. Rick Scott and GOP House Speaker Richard Corcoran over government spending is quickly escalating.
Florida Debt Drops Again After Jumping Up Last YearFlorida's amount of debt is dropping again after rising last year. That's according to an annual report presented...
Florida Cop Killer's Death Sentence Overturned For 3rd TimeA man who has been sentenced to death three times for drug-addled rampage that left a Polk County deputy and two others dead will...
Florida Man Involved in Gun Rights Case Arrested for MurderA tangled Florida Panhandle case involving a sheriff, accusations of misconduct and an argument over gun rights has taken a new twist: a homicide.
Florida Agrees to Release Witness in Federal Mob TrialsA top informant who federal prosecutors credit with leading to multiple arrests and indictments of organized crime figures won a bid Wednesday to be released early from prison.
Florida A&M President Mangum Steps Down After Exit AgreementThe person hired to help Florida A&M University restore its reputation after the hazing death of a school marching band member is stepping down as president.
Federal Judge Blocks New Florida Abortion LawA federal judge late Thursday put on hold key portions of a new Florida law that would block public funding for Planned Parenthood and greatly increase inspection requirements for abortion clinics.
Tallahassee Police Shoot and Kill Armed ManThe Tallahassee Democrat reported that police responded to a home in Tallahassee shortly before 5 a.m. on Thursday after a woman who lived there said there was a man in her front...
Florida Reviews Suggestions to Replace Confederate StatueAn African-American woman who founded what's now Bethune-Cookman University is the top public recommendation to replace a Confederate general's statue that represents Florida in the U.S. Capitol.
New Survey: What Florida Man or Woman Deserves a Statue?Florida wants the public to help decide who should get to replace Confederate Gen. Edmund Kirby Smith.
Florida Agency That Recruits Jobs May Soon be Slashing ThemFlorida's jobs recruiting agency may soon be laying off nearly a third of its employees and transferring some functions back to state government.