Local, regional, and statewide news continually updated from thousands of sources on the web.
1 hr ago | WCTV Tallahassee
The U.S. Department of Agriculture has reduced the 2013-14 Florida orange crop by one percent from the February estimate to 114 million boxes, while the grapefruit and tangerine crops sustained larger percentage losses.
Trending on the Topix Network
5 hrs ago | St. Petersburg Times
I t's tough for Florida to be viewed as a global business player when corporate brands in the state cannot compete on the world stage.
10 hrs ago | News 4 Jax
A new police report says the first thing a pregnant South Carolina woman said after driving a minivan carrying her three young children into the ocean surf off Florida was that she was abused by her husband.
10 hrs ago | The Orlando Sentinel
Apopka, Belle Isle , Edgewood , Maitland , Winter Garden and Winter Park also have council seats on the ballot, while Republican voters in southwest Orange County will choose a nominee for the Florida House of Representatives District 44 seat formerly held by Rep. Steve Precourt, R-Orlando.
11 hrs ago | PolitiFact
Candidates for Congress in Pinellas County, Florida, appear at a Feb. 25 debate.
14 hrs ago | Pensacola News Journal
Hundreds of marchers are joining the Rev. Al Sharpton, the parents of Jacksonville teen Jordan Davis and Miami Gardens teen Trayvon Martin, members of the Dream Defenders and others this morning in opposition to and calling for changes to Florida's hotly contested "Stand Your Ground" law.
15 hrs ago | WPTV Local News
You can lay claim to a 1,260-foot stretch of busy highway a mile outside of town and set up one of the nation's most notorious speed traps.
18 hrs ago | Click Orlando
A Winter Haven man told police he stabbed his mother to death because she had been "controlling his money for too long."
20 hrs ago | St. Augustine Record
L ysa Telzer had spent a grueling two hours testifying in the death-penalty hearing of the man convicted of beating her mother-in-law to death with a hammer.
March is Florida Archaeology Month, can you dig it? The Florida Anthropological Society has partnered with the Department of State and the Division of Historical Resources to host events around the Panhandle celebrating Florida's history.
Experts say Daylight Saving Time costs the U.S. economy billions of dollars a year, and can negatively impact a person's health.
Former Florida Gov. Charlie Crist, who's looking to get his old job back -- this time as a Democrat -- argued Sunday that Democrats need to "strengthen up" and own the Affordable Care Act in this year's midterms.
Your Take contributions have not been reviewed for accuracy by USA TODAY. Contributors agree to our Terms of Service and are responsible for the content of their videos and photos.
The Above Board Chamber of Florida welcomes an expert panel to help business owners reduce their liabilities during the monthly luncheon on Thursday.
More than 24 million people across the country will hear about the Florida Blueberry Festival in the coming weeks, said Festival Coordinator and City Ambassador Michael Heard during Monday's City Council meeting.
Secretary of State John Kerry, Texas Sen. Ted Cruz and former Florida Gov. Charlie Crist are the headliners at Saturday night's Gridiron dinner, a 129-year-old event that features political leaders and journalists poking fun at each other.
Florida's growing number of red-light cameras are fueling a war in the Capitol this spring as lawmakers consider whether to place new restrictions on the controversial law-enforcement tactic.