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Deep cracks in what seemed to be monolithic momentum of the Republican election machine appeared here Saturday evening when Atlanta businessman Herman Cain swamped the established front-runners in a critical party straw poll that often predicts the Republican presidential nominee - and the next President of the United States.
An effort by Florida State University and its well-connected allies to get its own engineering school could be turning into an election-year liability for Gov. Rick Scott.
The Florida Department of Economic Opportunity announced Friday that while the number of people with jobs has increased, the state's unemployment mark rose from 6.2 percent in February to 6.3 percent in March.
VanSickle most recently has worked as vice president of communications and marketing at the Florida Medical Association.
The bill , which has passed the House and Senate, has drawn widespread attention because it would allow people to show guns or fire warning shots in self-defense if they feel threatened.
It's also a costly one. Taxpayers still end up paying for mental-health problems - just not in any sort of meaningful way.
As everyone who reads my posts can attest to, I am not a Charlie Crist supporter.
Hundreds of Broward Democrats included many elected officials and local party leaders turned out Saturday and turned up with major enthusiasm for governor candidate Charlie Crist.
Charlie gave a speech at the Forum Club of the Palm Beaches. He slammed Rick Scott, saying that besides pandering to the fringe and his cronies, Scott is notorious for hiding from the public and the press.
The owners of one of Central Florida's largest engineering firms were recognized on April 18 for their job creation efforts.
It might seem reasonable that Florida's governor Rick Scott wants to ensure all state agencies are drug-free workplaces; after all, why would you want your taxpayer money going to support the habit of some stoned, slothful bureaucrat? But what is the state really asking for when it demands that each public servant pee in a cup? When Governor Scott ... (more)
The governor wants your vote -- but can he win it with a few house calls? See what Indian River Lagoon columnist Ed Killer has to say.
The administration of Gov. Rick Scott is making a unique legal argument when it comes to handing over public records: Get it from the employees, not us.
Governor Scott said, "Ann and I join every family throughout our state celebrating the Easter holiday this weekend.
Florida's two senators, Democrat Bill Nelson and Republican Marco Rubio, joined forces Thursday in Doral to call for stepped-up attention to and potential U.S. sanctions against Venezuela for repressing political protests.
When the two of us were graduated from high school, nobody seemed to be worrying about China or Brazil or India competing with us as an economy or in education.