Florida regulators sign off plan to increase toxins in water

State environmental regulators are signing off on new standards that will increase the amount of cancer-causing toxins allowed in Florida's rivers and streams.


Hillary Clinton has become the first woman in history ever to win a major party's presidential nomination.


Middle school students at FAMU Developmental Research School are getting a leg up in computer programming.



The first medical marijuana dispensary in the state of Florida officially opens its doors Tuesday.


Leon County Booking Report: July 26, 2016


Over 21,000 vote-by-mail ballots delivered to local post office for primary election


Updates from the 2016 Democratic National Convention


Hard work pays off with free shopping trip for Valdosta kids


Ms. Wheelchair Florida 2016 visits Tallahassee


Man arrested, accused of robbing Tallahassee store


Actress who played TV psychic Miss Cleo dies of cancer at 53


Charges dropped against TPD Officer accused of road rage


Kids run high risk for dehydration, especially when in the pool


Murphy brings algae-tainted water to Gov. Scott's office


TMH office building evacuated


Persons of interest identified in Ft. Myers nightclub shooting


Response to Pulse shooting cost $1.7 million


Jewelry heist co-defendants found guilty


Family on way to surprise Disney trip hit by suspected drunk driver


Goopy, gunky algae taking over Leon County lakes


VIDEO: Lightning strikes a light pole, explodes


Second Harvest names Rick Minor as CEO


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