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Some folks are struggling to understand why Gov. Rick Scott vetoed a bill that would have helped raise more money for the Florida Wildflower Foundation.
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The Florida Supreme Court is upholding a death sentence against a north Florida man convicted of killing his estranged wife.
Prosecutors are recommending four years in prison for former Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr., following his guilty plea this year on criminal charges that he engaged in a scheme to spend $750,000 in campaign funds on personal items.
President Obama defended National Security Agency surveillance programs Friday, saying they are designed to promote public safety and protect civil liberties.
Four days after he passed away, late New Jersey Senator Frank Lautenberg will be laid to rest Friday in Arlington National Cemetery.
The U.S. secretly traced a massive cyberespionage operation against the
2008 presidential campaigns of Barack Obama and John McCain to hacking
units backed by the People's Republic of China, prompting high level
warnings to Chinese officials to stop such activities, U.S. intelligence
officials tell NBC News.
The Times-Union filed a lawsuit Thursday in Duval County Circuit Court because Jacksonville Mayor Alvin Brown's administration along with the Police
and Fire Pension board violated Florida's Sunshine Law by allegedly
conducting collective bargaining negotiations in private meetings.
With Tropical Storm Andrea moving toward landfall at brisk 15
mile-per-hour clip, Gov. Rick Scott told reporters the storm has spawned
eight tornadoes warnings, especially along the Florida Peninsula
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has appointed state Attorney General Jeff
Chiesa to be the interim replacement for the late Frank Lautenberg to
the U.S. Senate.
The White House says that gathering telephone records has been a "critical tool in protecting the nation from terrorist threats," responding to a news report that the National Security Agency has been harvesting records from millions of Verizon customers.
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) - The Internal Revenue Service is questioning hundreds of millions of bonds issued by a development district linked to a major Republican donor.
First lady Michelle Obama was heckled by a gay rights advocate at a fundraiser Tuesday night and responded by threatening to leave the event, telling the protester only one of them could speak.
President Obama will appoint United Nations ambassador Susan Rice as his new national security adviser, replacing Tom Donilon, officials said Wednesday.
Sen. John McCain, who built a potent political career on his record as a
Vietnam veteran and ex-prisoner of war, on Tuesday told the leaders of
every military branch he cannot in good conscience advise women to join
the service as the military grapples to contain and curb its sexual
Florida Congressman Ander Crenshaw of Jacksonville will be part of
Congressional hearings that will take a look at the growing IRS scandal.
Gov. Rick Scott is spending the day in South Florida for several events.
The IRS agents in Cincinnati who were involved in the targeting of conservative groups were "being directly ordered from Washington," Rep. Darrell Issa, R-Calif., said today, and he accused the White House of lying about the involvement of IRS headquarter officials in the scandal, calling White House Press Secretary Jay Carney a "paid liar."
Governor Rick Scott presented the state's
prestigious "Great Floridian" award to Steve Spurrier Thursday,
according to a press release.
A new law will bring major changes to Citizens Property Insurance Corp.
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. -- The idea to exhume bodies at the former Dozier
School for Boys in Marianna can move ahead without a court order,
according to U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson.
A St. Marys man was arrested and charged with sexual exploitation of children after investigators found sexually explicit images of children on his computer.
A woman in St. Johns County said she was horrified when she saw her neighbors horse stable.
Five people have been arrested in the largest marijuana grow operation bust the county has seen in years.
Kendrick Johnson was a three sport athlete who was found dead this past January in a high school gym inside a gym mat. His death and the circumstances surrounding it has the South Georgia city under a microscope.
The fast lane has become the slow lane according to some Jacksonville drivers, but that may change July 1 thanks to the "Left Lane Law".
Gregory Dunn bought that folder at a Goodwill store on Lenox Avenue for 50 cents. What he found inside sent him on a mission.
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. -- Florida consumers have a new tool to help them shop for the best property insurance rates.
A body has washed ashore on Little Talbot Island, according to Karen Parker with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission.
A man is behind bars after trying to steal the purse of a 64-year-old woman who fought back.
Investigators working on the case of the body found in a smoldering car are dealing with information from outside St. Johns County, according to Commander Chuck Mulligan with the St. Johns County Sheriff's Office.
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