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3 hrs ago | St. Petersburg Times
Florida's Department of Corrections, embarrassed by reports of a mentally ill inmate killed by guards - allegedly when they locked him in a brutally hot shower and left him - says it is instituting a series of system-wide reforms.
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7 hrs ago | News Talk Florida
A Florida judge is going to review a new congressional map approved by the state Legislature.
More than 200,000 Floridians may be eligible to sign up for health insurance under President Obama's Affordable Care Act soon even though enrollment doesn't officially start until November.
Signature Healthcare of Port Charlotte has been placed on the US Nursing Home Watch List.
"[Attorney] Steve Andrews has a personal grudge against state government and no shortage of time to file lawsuits as a trial lawyer representing himself.
According to an organization known as VISIT FLORIDA, 24 million people visited Florida in the second quarter of 2014 and this represents an increase of three percent over the same period in 2013.
Wedding bells at same-sex marriages could be music to the ears of Florida's tourism industry and cash-strapped governments.
Today, Governor Rick Scott and the Florida Cabinet issued the following resolution declaring the State of Florida stands with Israel.
Right Turn is on vacation, but we have left you with some thoughts on the top challenges facing likely presidential candidates.
Leave it to Florida Democrats to somehow screw up a race that less than a year ago seemed un-loseable.
Gov. Chris Christie came to the defense of indicted Texas Gov. Rick Perry on Monday, praising his "honesty and integrity."
On this week's "Florida NewsMakers" program produced by Sachs Media Group, Republican Party of Florida Chairman Leslie Dougher talks with Ron Sachs about the challenges of heading the party during crucial statewide elections.
A coalition suing to change Florida's congressional districts is asking a judge to reject a newly proposed map.
The voting-rights groups that sued to block Florida's congressional maps in 2012 are once again arguing lawmakers thwarted the will of the people.
While Florida advertises itself as the Sunshine State, power company executives and regulators have worked successfully to keep most Floridians from using that sunshine to generate their own power.
Rep. Steve Crisafulli, R-Merritt Island, speaks after being named the incoming Republican Leader of the Florida House of Representatives for 2014 during a ceremony at the Capitol Monday, March 4, 2013, in Tallahassee, Fla.
Updated: Wed Aug 20, 2014 08:12 am
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