Palm Beach Gardens' Serena Williams, No. 1 woman professional tennis player in the world, is 20 weeks pregnant with her first child.
Aaron Hernandez, former star tight end with the University of Florida and New England Patriots, who was convicted of first-degree murder in 2015, hanged himself early Wednesday in his prison cell w
Some lawmakers are calling for Sen. Frank Artiles, R-Miami, to resign after he launched into an alcohol-fueled tirade Monday night in the bar of the members-only Governor's Club.
Boaters navigating to and from Lake Okeechobee, pay special attention: The South Florida Water Management District (SFWMD) will soon close four navigation locks on the north shore for safety reason
Bobby B. DuBose, D-Fort Lauderdale, formally filed his intention Wednesday to run for speaker of the Florida House of Representatives, or party majority leader, for the 2020-2022 term.
Palm Beach State College (PBSC) on Tuesday received a nearly $100,000 donation from Everglades Agricultural Area (EAA) business partners.
The Florida Constitution Revision Commission will hold six public hearings across the state over the next month, according to a press release sent Tuesday.
Late in the day the Florida Democratic Party responded Monday to what it calls Gov.
West Palm Beach attorney Michelle Suskauer has been chosen as president-elect designate of The Florida Bar.
Republican Party of Florida chairman Blaise Ingoglia had high praise for Gov. Rick Scott's decision to appoint a special prosecutor to take over in the Markeith Loyd case.
2018 may be a year away, but Rep. Manny Diaz Jr., R-Hialeah, is still reeling in the dough for his Senate campaign.
In case you missed it, Cardinal Timothy Dolan of New York discussed the benefits of school choice with Neil Cavuto on the Fox Network, reflecting a column he wrote for the Wall Street Journal. Dola
Florida Commissioner of Agriculture Adam H. Putnam released the following statement Thursday after the U.S.
Judicial Watch announced Thursday a hearing has been set for Tuesday, March 7 on Judicial Watch’s Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit seeking former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s email
Not a decade too soon, Florida’s State Courts System is entering the social media age, admits Paul Flemming, the system's public information officer.