Florida health officials began the rule-making process expanding eligibility for medical marijuana

Florida could boost financial aid for college students

Missing teen mom, toddler may be in Panama City or Ft. Walton Beach

Seaworld announces one of its best known orcas, Tilikum, has died

Florida panther deaths stay at record high

New state laws in effect Sunday aim to tackle drug abuse, minimum wage

Florida Governor calls for head of Visit Florida to step down

Florida Gov. Scott to make his first Supreme Court pick

Florida wants judge to change blackjack ruling

Head of State Corrections Department wants raise for officers

Florida Legislature begins sorting out Amendment 2

Florida: record number of manatees killed in 2016 by boats

Trooper of the Year

Florida debt drops again after jumping up last year

Florida governor won't give state workers an extra day off

Census says 13 Fla. counties must offer ballots in Spanish

Environmentalists on the attack over the Florida Kilpatrick Dam

Florida's pension plan performing well over long term

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Signs at the Women's March on Washington ran the spectrum from crass to puzzling to humorous.

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