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Special coverage on the Affordable Health Care Act WASHINGTON -- More than 281,000 Floridians have applied for health coverage on the HealthCare.gov federal web site and about 17,000 have selected a plan on the site, figures released Wednesday by the Obama administration show.
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Leon County Public Defender Nancy Daniels was ordering Christmas presents last week from a company in Vermont.
A new law allows drivers to show electronic proof of coverage on cellphones, tablets and other electronic devices.
The 1st District Court of Appeal on Tuesday handed out a lengthy ruling against the University of North Florida .
The 1st District Court of Appeal on Tuesday handed out a lengthy ruling against the University of North Florida.
Getting people to sign up for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act remains an uphill battle in much of Florida.
The Florida Department of Transportation is looking for a firm that wants to build a rail, trolley, monorail, cable car or other automated transportation system that would connect Orlando International Airport to the Orange County Convention Center.
Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee, who will get a visit from S.C. pastors later this week, led a pool of 2016 GOP presidential hopefuls among Palmetto State Republican voters, according to new poll.
Action 9 discovered nearly a dozen websites that look like they're run by the DMV but charge drivers useless fees.
The Tampa Bay Times ' December 7th editorial focused on one of the most important subjects to all Floridians - jobs .
The Democratic leader in the Alabama House is calling for the Legislature to use its election-year session to approve a state lottery.
The Florida Department of Transportation had planned to open the new ramp from southbound State Road 826 to westbond SR 836 on Sunday, Dec. 8th, but couldn't because of our recent rain.
Southwest Floridians want to get better acquainted with the region's farmers, say new research findings just out this morning.
Florida governors and legislators have frequently come up with different ideas for putting state employees on a "merit pay" plan, but they've always run into the same problem.
Nine men have been arrested as a result of a two-day undercover workers' compensation fraud operation, Fla.
Our emergency storm kits may still be intact, but after eight storm-free years, a financial burden for all Floridians continues to loom overhead.