3 hrs ago | The Orlando Sentinel
As conferences go, this one was supposed to be pretty standard: a 7,000-person affair at the Orange County Convention Center that - although not among Orlando's biggest shows - still would have brought a $13 million economic boost to the Orlando area.
7 hrs ago | The Miami Herald
Gov. Rick Scott is signing death warrants at a pace rarely seen in Florida since the death penalty was reinstated in 1976.
11 hrs ago | Common Dreams
Breaking News: In Florida, a murderer has made public his plans to kill three individuals in the next six weeks.
17 hrs ago | CBS 47
Of the more than 235,000 degrees awarded by the University of Central Florida, 36 were awarded Friday to the UCF School of Medicine charter class.
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. -- Florida leads the nation by a wide margin in the number of felons who have served their sentences but cannot vote.
But that doesn't change the fact that, in 2000, stung that 13 inmates had been exonerated and freed from death row in the previous 23 years, Ryan committed an act of profound moral courage, imposing a moratorium on capital punishment.
Fueled by lofty oil prices, more efficient drilling techniques and the promise of untapped but also largely unproven reservoirs, at least a half-dozen companies plan to expand exploration across Southwest Florida.
Kevin Foley stood before a judge in Broward County's drug court - fellow abusers sitting behind in him in the pews - talking about the fitful life of a recovering addict, the random drug tests, the counseling and what he hoped was his next, clean chapter.
The battle scars have mounted. Orlando Predators quarterback Aaron Garcia has accumulated broken bones, dislocated joints and undergone numerous arthroscopic surgeries in nearly two decades in the Arena Football League.
Bruce Rich didn't fare so well in the Florida justice system in 1999, when a Miami-Dade County jury found him guilty of murdering his parents and a judge sentenced him to life in prison.
Hurricane Season begins in two weeks, and even though it's been seven years since a hurricane hit the Sunshine State, state officials are gearing up for what's expected to be a busy hurricane season.
The official start of hurricane season is just two weeks away and the Florida Department of Children and Families is taking action to be ready.
THE 10:00 NEWS STARTS NOW. IT IS NOW REPLACED DRUNK DRIVING AS NUMBER ONE KILLER OF TEENS ON THE ROAD.
State Rep. Daniel Davis will become president and CEO of the JAX Chamber effective July 1, succeeding Wally Lee, who retired and stepped down last year after 23 years in the position.
The Powerball jackpot is hitting historical highs--now sitting at $360 million. And at the same time, a new big money game is hitting Florida stores.
"I remember thinking, 'wow, you're ridiculously good looking.'" Authorities thought this about these guys.