The Associated Press

Florida could start sharing voter information to make sure people aren't registered in other states under a bill approved by the Florida House.

A warning about pizza and a big bear as Hurricane Irma approached Florida is prompting a bill addressing how the state communicates with hearing impaired residents during weather emergencies.

Federal authorities say a Florida ambulance company has agreed to pay about $5.5 million to resolve allegations that it defrauded Medicare by billing for unnecessary ambulance trips.

Florida could ease some of the restrictions now in place for so-called payday loans.

Thousands of bacteria-infected mosquitoes will be flying near Miami to test a new way to suppress insect populations that carry Zika and other viruses.

Gov. Rick Scott is calling for the board of directors at two regional job centers to schedule emergency meetings to deal with allegations that the agencies inflated the number of job placements reported to state officials.

Republicans on the campaign trail this year will be eager to tout the potential benefits of their tax cut plan.

An autopsy is being performed on 29-year-old man who died in a Pinellas County jail.

The Palm Beach County Medical Examiner says preliminary autopsy findings show Influenza B killed a 12-year-old boy.

State public health officials say a Swiss couple who recently handled a bat in East Naples that turned out to have rabies have been located and are getting medical attention.

Two men in two separate cases will face federal prison sentences after they supplied synthetic opioids to people who later died.

The family of a mentally ill Florida inmate who died after being left for nearly two hours in a hot shower has settled a civil rights lawsuit against the state's Department of Corrections and others for $4.5 million.

The owner of a $300,000 Ferrari is suing Marriott International, saying a hotel valet gave his keys to a young man who was trying to impress a woman he just met.

The Florida Senate is mandating that each senator undergo an hour of workplace and sexual harassment training before the start of each legislative session.

State officials say they are implementing measures to prevent suicides after two inmates were recently found hanging in their cells.

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