Nation Jul 08Tropical Storm Elsa carves destructive path up East Coast
Elsa's winds weakened, but it was dropping torrential rains over the Carolinas as it made its way through South Carolina early Thursday.
Nation Jul 07Tropical Storm Elsa weakens, spares Florida of major damage
A weakened Tropical Storm Elsa dumped rain across Florida's Gulf Coast early Wednesday but appears to have spared the state significant damage and widespread power outages.
Nation Jul 06Tropical Storm Elsa gaining strength, lashing Florida Keys
The weather was getting worse in southern Florida early Tuesday as Tropical Storm Elsa began lashing the Florida Keys, complicating the search for survivors in the condo collapse and prompting a hurricane watch for the peninsula's upper Gulf Coast.
Nation Feb 11Parkland school shooting trial still in limbo three years later
It's been more than 1,000 days since a gunman with an AR-15 rifle burst into a Florida high school, killed 17 people and wounded 17 others.
Science Nov 13Hurricane Center says another storm could follow Eta’s deadly path
It could wreak havoc in a region where people are still grappling with more than 120 deaths and many more missing in the aftermath of Eta. This has been an extraordinarily busy hurricane season.
Politics Sep 11Judges rules Florida felons can’t vote until they pay fines, fees
Florida voter passed overwhelmingly in 2018 for felons who have completed their sentences to have voting rights restored. But the legal dispute arose after lawmakers the next year moved to define what it means to complete a sentence.
Nation Aug 20Florida Keys to release modified mosquitoes to fight illness
Sometime next year, genetically modified mosquitoes will be released in the Florida Keys in an effort to combat persistent insect-borne diseases such as Dengue fever and the Zika virus.
Science Aug 01Hurricane Isaias lashes Bahamas while Florida battens down
Hurricane Isaias snapped trees and knocked out power as it blew through the Bahamas on Saturday and headed toward the Florida coast, where officials said they were closing beaches, parks and coronavirus testing sites.
World May 24Memorial Day weekend draws crowds and triggers warnings
Europeans and Americans soaked up the sun where they could Sunday, taking advantage of the first holiday weekend since coronavirus restrictions were eased, while European governments grappled with how and when to let in foreign travelers in hopes of salvaging…
Nation Jan 09Human trafficking increase expected during Super Bowl
To combat an expected rise in sex trafficking during the Super Bowl, law enforcement officials said Thursday that they need hotel workers, ride-hailing service drivers and security personnel to be especially alert.