Qualifying ends for state candidates, record number running for governor

What does the future hold for immigrant children housed in Homestead?

Can Jeff Greene’s wealth buy him the election?

Report: Florida’s low state taxes cost residents more on the local level

State has only dispersed one percent of federal aid for Hurricane Irma victims

Florida Democrats demand action from Governor on Homestead immigrant facility

Tallahassee, the crime capital of Florida

Gwen Graham submits qualifying paperwork for governor in person

Pensacola native and veteran wins Governor's Young Entrepreneur Award

Which candidates for governor support legalizing marijuana?

Fallout of concealed carry background checks continues

Activists remember victims and demand change on two year anniversary of Pulse shooting

New Poll: Only four out of 13 constitutional amendments have support to pass

Governor declares June 12th 'Pulse Remembrance Day'

Concerns over background checks into concealed weapons permits

Florida gets $19.2 million to beef up elections security

Florida revokes nearly 300 concealed weapons permits

Students, educators invited to take part in Hispanic Heritage Month contests

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Celebration, defiance mix at New York City gay pride parade

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White woman who called police on girl denies it was racial

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Young Mother Goes Missing After House Party in Illinois

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Murder of 29-year-old woman unsolved three years after body found in South Dakota river

The body of 29-year-old Alicia Hummel was found near the Myron Grove boat dock on the Missouri River in Vermillion, South Dakota on June 1, 2015. Three years later, there have been no arrests in her case.