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Senators ask Gov. DeSantis to accept judge’s ruling covering return of felons’ voting rights

Two Democratic state senators have urged Gov. Ron DeSantis to give up his defense of a state law pinning former felon’s voting rights under...

Compensation for Clifford Williams, who spent 43 wasted years in prison, is now in...

Clifford Williams, wrongfully imprisoned for 43 years, including five years on Death Row, is one step away from being compensated by the state of...
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Gov. DeSantis picks two Federalist Society members for state high court, including an African...

Gov. Ron DeSantis has appointed a female immigrant from Jamaica and the son of Cuban exiles to fill two vacancies on the Florida Supreme...

Republicans can try to run from science, but they can’t hide

Donald Trump and his government minions don’t know nothing about no damn science and boy, are they proud of it.Rudy Giuliani went on Fox...

Despite President Trump’s criticisms, FL elections supervisors say mail-in ballots are safe

Regardless of what President Donald Trump thinks, says and tweets, Florida elections supervisors are urging voters to request mail-in ballots to ensure every valid...

Counties’ plans to reopen vacation rentals are designed to discourage customers from COVID hot...

Five counties, all in the Panhandle, have won state approval for plans to reopen vacation rentals ahead of Memorial Day, the Florida Department of...

Broward, Miami-Dade enter Day One of fewer restrictions and discussions over opening South FL...

As South Florida's Miami-Dade and Broward counties "reopened" Monday, it's not clear yet how residents will respond as infections and deaths continue during the...

Latest ‘scandal’ a reminder of the Obama we know and the one in Trump’s...

We’ve known for a long time that former President Barack Obama lives rent-free inside Donald Trump’s brain.From trying to tear down the Affordable Care...

Gov. DeSantis is often secretive about his whereabouts, leaving reporters and taxpayers in the...

Lawton Chiles was missing. It was April 1992, and Bill Sadowski, head of the state’s growth management agency, had gone down in a state-owned...

Veteran reporter Lloyd Dunkelberger’s last day of putting out the news

From decades of traditional print newspaper jobs to the changing world of digital journalism, veteran reporter Lloyd Dunkelberger is retiring from the news business...

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