Gas prices in Florida continue to slacken amid global jitters over the demand for oil and an increase in output from U.S. oil refineries.
Florida had 5,077 incidents of students being involuntarily committed under a mental-health law known as the Baker Act during the past school year
Florida motorists can expect to pay more at the pump as the state’s month-long gas tax “holiday” ends.
Gov. Ron DeSantis said Thursday he was “very disappointed” after a jury rejected the death penalty and recommended that Nikolas Cruz serve life in prison
A committee leading the search for a new University of Florida president announced Thursday that it put forward Republican U.S. Sen. Ben Sasse of Nebraska as the lone finalist to lead the state’s flagship university.
Saying undocumented immigrants were sent to “greener pastures,” Gov. Ron DeSantis on Thursday defended Florida’s participation in a pair of flights carrying about 50 migrants, including children,
As summer break winds down and students gear up for the academic year, a back-to-school tax “holiday” on items such as clothes and school supplies begins Monday.
An appeals court Wednesday considered whether to allow a potential class-action lawsuit that contends the University of Florida should return fees to students because of a campus shutdown…
Raya and the Last Dragon are flying into Parkland for the outdoor Movies in the Park at the Pine Trails Park Amphitheatre.
Gov. Ron DeSantis on Friday expressed condolences to the people of Japan after former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe…
A new Florida law blocking doctors from performing abortions after 15 weeks of pregnancy remains in effect despite…
Floridians facing economic pressure from inflation will get a second crack to save on “freedom” starting Friday.
The state-backed Citizens Property Insurance Corp. could be on a path to spend $100 million this year on attorneys to defend an increasing number of lawsuits.
Democratic lawmakers fell well short Friday of getting enough votes to force a special legislative session on gun violence.
A school-safety measure signed this week by Gov. Ron DeSantis flew relatively under the radar during the 2022 legislative session, but the horrific school shooting in Uvalde, Texas, has brought securing campuses
Two weeks after a deadly school shooting in Uvalde, Texas, reignited debates about gun violence and securing schools, Gov. Ron DeSantis signed a bill Tuesday that will require mental-health “crisis intervention”
proponents of “red-flag” policies point to a Florida law as a model for states seeking to strip deadly weapons from people who could cause harm.
In the wake of Tuesday’s school shooting in Texas, Democratic lawmakers in Florida called on their Republican colleagues to use time remaining in a special legislative session
Gov. Ron DeSantis announced Tuesday that he will approve $100 million in the upcoming year’s state budget….
…Issues could add up to large property-insurance rate increases if state regulators sign off on the proposals presented Tuesday.