Aiming to attract and retain the best teachers for Florida’s schools, state Senator Darren Soto (D-Orlando) on Wednesday filed legislation boosting educators’ starting salary to $50,000.
A judge declared a mistrial on Friday, after a jury remained deadlocked in the trial of former North Carolina officer Randall Kerrick.
Florida’s Attorney General is refusing to reimburse attorney’s fees, after fighting tooth and nail to deny same-sex couples the right to get married.
Florida is urging residents to not be distracted while driving which could lead to traffic violations and in some cases death. The move comes as part of National Stop On Red Week, August 2-8, 2015.
Veterans and a law enforcement agent earning a doctorate are among the more than 3,600 University of Central Florida students who will graduate during two ceremonies on Saturday, August 8.
The Coast Guard announced on Friday afternoon that at sunset Friday it will suspend the search for the two missing teenage boaters,
Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, during campaign stops, continues to take credit for overseeing Florida’s boom economy, touting that he would do the same if elected president.
The Democratic Black Caucus of Florida (DBCF) will ask our local chapters to discuss options on how to advance a pathway to partnership with law enforcement in their local jurisdictions.
The search continues for two teen boys who went on a fishing trip off the Florida coast on Friday.