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A Senate committee has approved the creation of a needle exchange in Miami-Dade County, a five-year project to allow drug users to exchange used needles and syringes for clean ones...It's also been an approach that's been vigorously opposed by social
Fla. (AP) A $74 billion spending plan for the state received unanimous approval from the Florida Senate . The Senate on Wednesday approved a proposed state budget that includes a 3 percent pay raise for state workers and a more than $1 billion
Florida State Seminoles news and commentary Coley Harvey Orlando Sentinel FSU reporter 5:03 p.m. Florida State sprinter and Olympian Josh Mance was cleared Tuesday of all charges pertaining to a gunplay incident last month that allegedly involved he
Sometimes the sound can be felt as much as heard car-vibrating, teeth-rattling sound. Responding to the Florida Supreme Court ruling last year that a state noise law was unconstitutional, a Senate committee Monday approved a plan aimed again at
Photo by Phil Sears Rep. Steve Crisafulli, R-Merritt Island, left, and Sen. Andy Gardiner, R-Orlando join Gov. Rick Scott, right, in greeting guests prior to Scott delivering his State of the State address Tuesday, March 5, 2013, in the Florida House
Photo by Jack Thornell, AP1968 Mrs. Martin Luther King Jr., right, is accompanied by her children Yolanda, Bernice, Martin III, and Dexter at Sisters Chapel on the campus of Spelman College in Atlanta Sunday, April 8, 1968...The King family joined
Congress Southerland ousted Democrat Allen Boyd in the 2010 Tea Party wave, winning by a dozen percentage points. But he defeated challenger Al Lawson by less than six percentage points this past November. Lawson had represented Tallahassee in the
Kimberly Harris, 26; Brandan Welsh, 26, both of Sand Springs...Carol Myles, 56, of Tallahassee, Fla; Daniel Clopton, 57, of Locust Grove.
Fla. (AP) A proposal aimed at elevating the role of parents in charting a turnaround for failing public schools made its debut among Florida senators on Monday, clearing a committee on a party-line vote after the issue divided parents who spoke up.
Gov. Rick Scott intends to write a personal check for $2,000 as a gesture intended to distance his campaign from a multi-state racketeering investigation involving the cafes. For the campaign committee backing his 2014 re-election effort, the amount