3 Remaining Defendants In FAMU Hazing Case Set For Trial

The three remaining defendants charged in the death of a former FAMU drum major are set to go to trial this month.

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Florida And Feds Try To Work Out Medicaid Deal

The Florida Senate is doing what everyone expects legislatures to do and that is craft laws aimed at helping their constituents. They have a plan to continue receiving federal money to pay for healthcare for low-income people. Thus far


Florida Senate OK’s 24 Hour Reflection Period Before Abortion

A life altering decision that deserves reflection time


Florida House Passes Bill To Limit Public School Testing

The number of standardized tests given to public school students would be reduced under a bill passed by the Florida House

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‘Climate Change’ Banned by Florida’s Governor Rick Scott

Muzzle order, promptly leaks


Former Tallahassee Democrat Publisher Gus Harwell Dies

A former publisher of the Tallahassee Democrat has died.


Court: State Must Prove Drivers Knew They Were In Crash

Authorities must prove drivers knew they were in a crash before charging them with leaving the scene of an accident.


Democratic Candidate Will Drop Out Of Lawsuit Against Gov

One-time Democratic candidate George Sheldon is dropping out of a lawsuit that contends Florida Gov. Rick Scott is failing to report his actual wealth.


Debate Starts Over How To Use Billions For Florida Environment

After years of deep cuts to environmental programs, Florida voters last November overwhelmingly approved Amendment 1, which earmarked billions for conservation.


Gov. Rick Scott Unveils 2015-16 “Keep Florida Working” Budget

Governor Rick Scott today unveiled his 2015-2016 “KEEP FLORIDA WORKING” budget which includes over $673 million in tax cuts for Florida families and businesses