Family member sues over nursing home deaths

Lawsuit over medical marijuana licenses

Governor extends license-free fishing offer to utility workers

License-free fishing and state park fees waived for first responders

Ninth nursing home patient dies after power outage from Hurricane Irma

Lessons learned: Florida lawmakers creating special committee after Hurricane Irma

Gov. Scott demands all adult living facilities be equipped with generators

GasBuddy: App helps drivers find gas

Visitation canceled due to Hurricane Irma concerns

Bristol woman wins $1,000 a week for life in scratch-off

Red light violation lawsuits

Emergency Management employees fired after not submitting claims

Millionaire challenges DUI manslaughter conviction, ruling could affect thousands

Florida Highway Patrol official resigns after ticket quota email

Fate of gambling expansion in Florida

Safety advocates concerned Florida's building codes could become less strict

Group advocates to change state laws allowing underage marriage

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