Politics

Local sheriff appointed to Governor-elect's Transition Advisory Committee on Public Safety


NRA and new Ag Commissioner at odds over concealed carry permits


Debate between Nelson, Scott canceled


Yes Tour: putting an end to greyhound racing


League of Women Voters break down 12 proposed Florida amendments


A deadly mix of amendments?


Local Amendments Forum aims to educate voters ahead of election


Judicial politics; Supreme Court to decide who should fill vacanies


Report suggests voting by mail poses more risks than traditional voting


Gillum’s corporate tax hike proposal just as controversial now as Askew's in 1970


Governor hit with public records suit


Who will appoint Florida's next three Supreme Court Justices?


Ron DeSantis selects Jeanette Nuñez as his running mate


Andrew Gillum names Chris King as his running mate


Gubernatorial campaigns spent twice as much out of state as in state


Gubernatorial candidates still looking for a running mate with two days to spare


Gillum calls on FBI to tell voters he is not a target


Gillum scores victory despite being outspent in Democratic primary


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Care for dementia patients lag in some assisted care facilities

In California, 45 percent of assisted living facilities have violated one or more state dementia regulations during the past five years, report finds.

Judge's ruling on Obamacare poses new problems for GOP

Health care was the top issue in November election ahead of immigration and the economy, according to VoteCast, an Associated Press national survey.

One state set to drop blood-alcohol limit to .05, strictest in country

An average-sized man reaches a .05 blood-alcohol level by having more than two standard drinks in the first hour and over one per hour after that.

Powerful storms shatter records, cause huge waves

"Stay well back from the ocean or risk certain death," the National Weather Service tweeted in all caps.

Mass shootings, economy ranked as most significant news events of 2018

The 2018 data comes after yet another grim drumbeat of gun violence in schools, places of worship, and watering holes throughout the year.