5 min ago | The Orlando Sentinel
Circuit Judge Robert J. Egan decided Tuesday that he will review cell phone bills and text messages at the heart of a public records fight that has engulfed several top Orange County leaders.
4 hrs ago | News 4 Jax
As Governor Scott balanced his budget, he had to make cuts, and one of those cuts isn't making Jacksonville's Mayor Alvin Brown very happy.
8 hrs ago | The Florida Times-Union
Gov. Rick Scott spread the pain. As Scott signed a $74.1 billion state budget Monday, he used his line-item veto power to eliminate proposals that ranged from spending $14 million on a building project at Gulf Coast State College in the Panhandle to earmarking $20,000 for the Hialeah Junior Fire Academy in South Florida.
10 hrs ago | Naples Daily News
Shaun Gutstein works in the state-of-the-art research labs at Florida Gulf Coast University, assisting in studies by Professor Jose Barreto, who explores biological toxins and possible technologies for destroying deadly germs and toxins.
10 hrs ago | Naples Daily News
TALLAHASSEE _ Early Tuesday, Gov. Rick Scott should be wheels down at Aeropuerto de Santiago de Chile with about 100 others taking part in his eighth international trade mission.
For 10 years, political pros have taken it almost as gospel that the strongest statewide Democratic candidates are centrists from Florida's top battleground region of Tampa Bay.
Gov. Rick Scott's Monday turkey hunt went farther afield than even Tax Watch had recommended, and a couple more Okaloosa and Walton county projects than expected got killed by his veto.
Someone had a great weekend; the single Powerball winner of $590.5 million was sold at a Publix supermarket in Zephyrhills.
Fla. Gov. Rick Scott on Monday signed a new $74.1 billion state budget into law.
But he also axed a whole line of project sprinkled in the budget including millions for college buildings, health care programs and even money for supplemental programs for veterans.
Machen speaks with reporters Monday about the state's new budget and the money Gov.
Governor Rick Scott today highlighted the Florida Families First budget that includes $20.3 billion in total funding for K-12 education, an increase of $1.08 billion over last year's budget.
Gov. Rick Scott today signed a bill requiring Florida school districts to start paying for the classes that teenagers take at local colleges through their high schools' dual-enrollment programs.
Miami-Dade was the big winner when it came to state money handed out to counties after Gov.
Rick Scott will nix the tuition increase when he delivers his budget veto list later today.
I guess we can assume that Florida Governor Rick Scott won't be appointing Mr. West as lieutenant governor? From the Rock Hill Herald , about the conservative Republican : "FOX News Channel has hired former U.S. Representative Allen West as a contributor, announced Bill Shine, Executive Vice President of Programming for the network.
Gov. Rick Scott on Monday will veto a 3 percent increase in Florida college tuition and approve $65 million in extra Medicaid funding to hospitals that provide much of the care to the poor, including Tampa General and Jackson Memorial in Miami.