Florida politicians are weighing in on the controversy surrounding NFL players kneeling in silent protest against the National Anthem -- and not all are happy with the sports stars’ actions.
U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio headed to Puerto Rico Monday to survey the damage left from Hurricane Maria, which made landfall as a catastrophic Category 4 storm last week.
Two state lawmakers of Puerto Rican descent are teaming up to help Puerto Ricans recover from the damage left by Hurricane Maria, a monster storm which ravaged most of the island last week.
Gov. Rick Scott’s office deleted voicemails seeking emergency assistance from a Broward County nursing home where 11 people died earlier this month, new information shows.
A Panama City black farmer is alleging the state’s newest law on medical marijuana is unconstitutional, prompting questions about just who, if anyone, qualifies for a special license to grow and distribute medical marijuana in the Sunshine State.
Gov. Rick Scott says slow cleanup of debris left over from Hurricane Irma is causing big problems around the Sunshine State.
Some of the state's top legislators and local law enforcement officers say James Buchanan has the secret sauce to become one of Florida's key lawmakers in Tallahassee.
Are U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson and the owner of the Hollywood nursing home where nine people died more than just acquaintances?
Airbnb is expanding a program offering free housing for victims of Hurricane Irma to the entire state of Florida.
The Hollywood nursing home where multiple elderly people died last week has filed a lawsuit in Leon County Circuit Court seeking to block Gov. Rick Scott from withholding Medicaid payments and placing an emergency moratorium preventing the facility from admitting any new patients.