An event benefitting Operation 300, an organization that hosts adventure camps for the children of our nation’s fallen military heroes, will be held for the first time in Stuart, Fla.
“The camps provide an opportunity to participate in activities that embody the spirit of adventure that … Read More
A new moral movement wants to influence state government, and it’s not the religious right.
Demanding Medicaid expansion, voting rights, repeal of the “stand your ground” self-defense law — as well as favorable economic policies — a coalition of activist groups and organized labor unions rallied … Read More
For Florida House Speaker Will Weatherford and Senate President Don Gaetz, Tuesday’s opening of the 2014 session marked the beginning of the end of their tenures leading Florida’s Legislature.
But for Gov. Rick Scott, it was a day for touting the accomplishments of his first term in office – … Read More
Already embroiled in a contentious divorce, U. S. Rep. Alan Grayson, D-Fla., is now accused of assaulting his wife while attempting to visit their children Sunday.
A highly redacted police report obtained by the Orlando Sentinel contained few details, but the newspaper reported that one of … Read More
Five of today’s top Florida political stories at your fingertips:
Scott’s State of the State address provides a preview of legislative session: Florida Gov. Rick Scott is set to deliver the annual State of the State address Tuesday to kick off the 2014 legislative session. The governor has … Read More
Florida Gov. Rick Scott is set to deliver the annual State of the State address Tuesday to kick off the 2014 legislative session.
The governor has been traveling the Sunshine State recently in his “It’s Your Money Tax Cut” tour to promote a number of measures to put more money back in the hands … Read More
One of the most important business groups in Florida cut short its endorsement process Monday to officially back Gov. Rick Scott and the incumbent Florida Cabinet for re-election this fall.
Associated Industries of Florida endorsed Scott, Attorney General Pam Bondi, Agriculture Commissioner … Read More
For the day’s top political stories around the Sunshine State, start with the Florida Five.
Guide to the 2014 Fla. Legislature Session: The 2014 session of the Florida Legislature opens Tuesday with the usual upbeat tone, but it won’t last. It can’t in an election year. Gov. Rick Scott wants to … Read More
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — Government regulations often have negative affects on businesses. Sometimes, that’s by design.
Ask Eva Locke.
Locke, a Florida resident and Tulane University graduate, wanted to open an interior design business. She returned to school, earned an associate degree from … Read More
Sen. Marco Rubio this weekend was sounding a lot like presidential candidate Mitt Romney last fall, branding Russia as an “obstacle to U.S. national interests.”
During an interview with David Gregory on “Meet the Press” on Sunday, Rubio expanded on a column he published Saturday on the Politico … Read More
Jacksonville University is the first higher education institution in the United States to partner with the Children of Fallen Patriots Foundation in awarding scholarships to students whose veteran parents died in the line of duty.
Military dignitaries, members of the community and previous … Read More
Much like the mafia, an Orlando, Fla., man is learning that once you sign up for Obamacare, there's no getting out.
Andrew Robinson recently signed up for coverage through the Affordable Care Act, but was worried that he may not be able to afford the $289 monthly premium from Florida Blue, WFTV … Read More
Take a look at the day’s top political stories in Friday’s Florida Five…
Rubio calls for sanctions against Venezuela, slams Clinton: U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., announced Thursday that he was introducing a resolution “deploring violence in Venezuela [and] calling for full accountability of … Read More