Florida’s unemployment rate dipped to 4.1 percent in June, a 10-year low in the Sunshine State.
Gov. Rick Scott may have vetoed Senate President Joe Negron’s top priority higher education bill, but that hasn’t stopped the Stuart Republican from championing the progress of Florida’s college and university system regardless.
The Juice is loose —- and possibly headed to the Sunshine State.
Andrew Gillum’s email server headache hasn’t gone away just yet.
After months of a bitter rivalry for the Republican nomination for Florida's 40th Senate district -- and only six days before Primary Day -- Alex Diaz de la Portilla has released his first TV ad.
A Florida appeals court began to weigh in on how, exactly, Florida is fulfilling its Constitutional obligation to provide “a uniform, efficient, safe, secure, and high quality system of free public schools” on Tuesday.
Commissioner of Agriculture and Republican gubernatorial candidate Adam Putnam told a crowd Tuesday he believes concealed weapons permit holders should be allowed to carry their firearms on college campuses.
After the future of the Senate’s Obamacare repeal-and-replace bill collapsed into uncertainty Monday evening, U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio said he will support a Republican-led plan to repeal the Affordable Care Act once and for all.
On top of “Florida congressman,” U.S. Rep. Francis Rooney plans to add a new line to his resume: python hunter.
Gov. Rick Scott headed to Miami to talk Zika with Florida Department of Health officials Monday, making sure Florida is locked and loaded to fight off the Zika virus.