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When Hurricane Irma threatened the entire Florida peninsula last month, millions fled their homes to seek refuge elsewhere — with untold thousands opting for a... [Read More]
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Children in Florida's K-12 public schools who have been victimized by bullying, assault or other violent trauma will have a new option to change schools... [Read More]
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State House members wasted no time this week in reviving a proposal for a Florida Slavery Memorial near the Capitol, an idea that stalled amid... [Read More]
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Beginning her service in Tallahassee this week as Florida's newest state senator, Miami Democrat Annette Taddeo said she aims to be "a voice of inclusion,... [Read More]
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Undeterred by a veto from Gov. Rick Scott over the summer, Florida Senate leaders are making another go in 2018 at sweeping reforms to the... [Read More]
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Families from Puerto Rico who were displaced by Hurricane Maria won't have to worry about having transcripts or immunization records if they enroll their children... [Read More]
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Twenty-nine Florida counties are now under a state of emergency in case Tropical Storm Nate veers east and strikes the Panhandle this weekend. Gov. Rick... [Read More]
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the state's official provider of online-only learning - plans to accept 20,000 students from Puerto Rico who have been displaced by Hurricane Maria. The resource... [Read More]
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A new study by a Washington, D.C.-based think tank has found low-income students in Florida who attend private schools with the help of a controversial,... [Read More]
As Florida communities prepare to take in Puerto Ricans displaced by Hurricane Maria, five lawmakers are asking the state's top education official to grant flexibility... [Read More]
The legal war has officially begun over a highly controversial, charter school-friendly education law Republican state lawmakers pushed through last spring. Palm Beach County School... [Read More]
The Florida Supreme Court on Friday said it won't reconsider the case of a longtime Death Row inmate who is scheduled to be put to... [Read More]
Just because a criminal defendant might be granted immunity under the state's "Stand Your Ground" law, that doesn't mean they'll be automatically protected from potential... [Read More]
Florida Gov. Rick Scott is traveling to San Juan, Puerto Rico, on Thursday to help with recovery efforts after Hurricane Maria devastated the island one... [Read More]
A deaf man from Tampa who was convicted of murder more than three decades ago will continue serving a life sentence in prison after state... [Read More]
In a special election on Tuesday, voters in southwest Miami-Dade County will determine the successors for two seats in the state Legislature that opened up... [Read More]
Just how important is a win next week for Florida Democrats in the competitive special election for a state Senate seat in Miami-Dade County? Important... [Read More]
Florida residents will no longer get a free pass traversing most stretches of Florida's Turnpike or certain local expressways across the state. The Florida Department... [Read More]
Florida residents will no longer get a free pass traversing most stretches of Florida's Turnpike or certain local expressways across the state. The Florida Department... [Read More]
The impacts and recovery efforts that followed Hurricane Irma have presented fresh fodder for political debate between the two main candidates who are seeking voters'... [Read More]
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