Because of count inaccuracies in the U.S Census, some claim minority communities across the nation aren’t getting a fair share of federal funding. The U.S. Census Bureau says they are working to minimize racial disparities in the 2020 count.
The Governor and Commissioner of Education released the state’s recommendations for school districts to open in the fall, but with Florida's COVID-19 numbers still rising, a fall reopening is not guaranteed.
Starting Monday, Floridians will once again be able to apply for a concealed carry permit online and the Department of Agriculture will open its first regional licensing branch since the start of the pandemic.
In an exclusive interview, Gray Television Washington Bureau Chief Jacqueline Policastro speaks one-on-one with Ronna McDaniel, chair of the Republican National Committee. Policastro also speaks one-on-one with Tom Perez, chair of the Democratic National Committee.
The state has ended its relationship with a doctor contracted to communicate COVID-19 test results to people who took the test; now the state has hired a new service hoping to expedite the notification of test results.
After a day and a half hearing, a judge said he couldn't take control of the state’s unemployment system because of the separation of powers, but a lawsuit claiming negligence continues moving forward.
On Thursday, the Florida Governor and Cabinet held their first meeting since the start of the pandemic. The lone Democrat, Agriculture Commissioner Nikki Fried, was the only one to show up in person to the meeting, and she came out swinging.
By Jacqueline Policastro, Ted Fioraliso, and Timothy Knapp
We're all feeling the impact of rising prices at the grocery store. When will it end? Gray Television Washington Bureau Chief Jacqueline Policastro gets answers from Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue in an exclusive interview.
Governor Ron DeSantis spent his morning Tuesday at the White House discussing future plans for Florida with President Donald Trump. Meanwhile State Representative Jay Trumbull and Congressman Neal Dunn say it's time to open the state back up.