Gov. Rick Scott announced in a written statement Thursday he will be in Washington D.C. Sept. 6 to meet with members of Congress on the immediate need for funding to combat the Zika virus.
Scott said, “Since Congress decided to go on a seven-week vacation, the state of Florida has been hard at work combatting the Zika virus."
One of the best-kept news secrets: In 2015, the U.S. State Department gave several ferry companies permission to begin sailing between South Florida and Cuba, pending approval from Cuban authorities.
Florida Carry, a statewide gun rights group, will host the 31st Annual Gun Rights Policy Conference in Tampa in September.
Secretary of State Ken Detzner reminded voters to get their votes mailed off before it's too late on Tuesday, telling voters who have requested vote-by-mail or absentee ballots they have a limited time to return their ballots for the August primary.
Less than 50 percent of Republican voters are happy with Donald Trump as the GOP presidential nominee, and more than half of them wish the party had nominated someone else, according to a new Gallup Poll.
The Florida Nurses Association is throwing its weight behind Rep. Matt Hudson, R-Naples, in his bid for Senate District 28 on Monday.
In town for an editorial board interview, U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio stopped by the Rosen Shingle Creek Resort Orlando Friday to check in at the James Madison Institute Policy Summit.
Gov. Rick Scott is lending Florida's helping hand to the state of Louisiana after massive flooding left thousands stranded in part of the state over the last week.
Rep. Matt Gaetz, R-Fort Walton Beach, will be hosting the first delivery of medical marijuana to a patient in Northwest Florida on Thursday.
State Rep. Matt Gaetz issued a new campaign ad focusing on veterans on Monday.