Posted: 11:05 PM USA Today founder Al Neuharth has died in Cocoa Beach, Fla. He was 89.
Posted: 7:00 PM A North Carolina man wanted on multiple counts of raping a child was captured at the Tallahassee Mall.
Updated: 9:21 PM Twenty-five years ago Friday, a Tornado ripped through Madison County, killing four people and destroying dozens of buildings.
Posted: 10:42 AM The long-term environmental damage from the spill is still not fully known.
Posted: 10:13 AM Thousands of students to participate in Earth Day celebration at Florida Capitol
Posted: 11:50 PM The Florida House and Senate are now working on a combined budget to send to the governor.
Posted: 10:05 PM A two decades old law banning car stereos from being heard more than 25 feet from a vehicle was declared unconstitutional in December (after lawsuits by two Pinellas County drivers). Now, state lawmakers are on the verge of re-enacting the law at the request of local police.
Posted: 4:30 PM The union, SEIU wants the Florida legislature to move away from the house's healthcare plan and go with a plan closer to the one being presented just down the hall at the senate.
Posted: 3:57 PM The list is made up of 25 public universities that enjoy the greatest percentage of freshmen who remain for their sophomore year.
Posted: 9:04 PM Today, the Florida House of Representatives unanimously passed SB 294 (substituted for HB 619), which bans 27 synthetic drugs commonly known as “spice,” “K2” or “bath salts.”
Updated: 6:08 PM The Florida Legislature has passed a bill limiting law enforcement agencies' use of the remotely controlled aircraft known as drones.
Updated: 12:01 PM The Florida Bar has decided to investigate a complaint against Tallahassee Mayor John Marks.
Posted: 4:46 PM The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) at its April 17 Commission meeting near Tallahassee discussed a draft proposal designed to make the state’s marine fisheries regulations easier to read, understand and enforce.
Posted: 4:40 PM The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) on April 17 at its meeting near Tallahassee discussed waiving the commercial and recreational bag limit and the recreational license requirement for divers harvesting lionfish using certain gear.