Three years after the New York Times descended on Florida to tell the nation Tallahassee law enforcement deliberately, perhaps even illegally, coddled FSU star athlete Jameis Winston and slipped him out of a 2012 sexual assault charge, the NFL is investigating another sexual assault complaint against Winston.
In the pending lawsuit that contends Gov. Rick Scott’s successor should hold the privilege of naming the next three Supreme Court justices, one thing now is obvious: Every current justice who has actively worked against the governor should recuse.
The "hot mic" comments The Florida Channel recorded Nov. 1 between Supreme Court Justices Jorge Labarga and Barbara Pariente weren't the first time Pariente revealed her anti-Rick Scott bias.
Sen. Jack Latvala says he's innocent, he didn't molest or harass any of the six unidentified women who told Politico he did, and he's got a lie detector test to prove it.
Sen. Anitere Flores used her powerful position as chairwoman of the Senate Banking and Insurance Committee to request favors for her mother's Hurricane Irma-damaged property, including getting a Citizens Property Insurance claims adjuster to put her mother's claim ahead of policyholders with greater damage.
Debbie Wasserman Schultz takes it on the chin again, this time in Donna Brazile's new book, "Hacks: "The Inside Story … That Put Donald Trump in the White House," being published by Politico and due for release next week.
What kind of wild world has just been revealed?
Is there something in the water down there in Weston? Debbie Wasserman Schultz's Democratic National Committee endgame simply won't end.
Maybe Richard Corcoran can apply his transparency legislation this session to stop local governments allowing unions to rip off taxpayers to the tune of millions of dollars.
Bad timing for St. Petersburg Mayor Rick Kriseman.