"My wish? I would love for the economy to make a speedy recovery for the sake of every working Floridian and American."
Gov. Charlie Crist, independent candidate in the U.S. Senate election
During this most sacred time of year, I offer heartfelt wishes to Floridas Jewish community. Through thoughtful meditation, we have a chance to evoke the best in ourselves and renew our commitment to self-discovery.
Surrounded by family and loved ones, Mario Rubio, father of Republican U.S. Senate nominee Marco Rubio, died Saturday night at Baptist Hospital in Miami after a long battle with emphysema and lung cancer. He was 83.
Hurricane Katrina is alive and still hurting heavy in the hearts and minds of hundreds of thousands of Gulf Coast residents.
Supervisors of elections across Florida reported a sometimes sporadically active, but mostly low voter turnout in Tuesday's primary, reminding poll watchers that more than 1 million Floridians had already voted by the time the day began.
A Tallahassee judge struck Amendment 7 from the fall ballot Thursday, claiming the wording was ill-presented and voters would have no idea what it would actually do.