The state's ethics commission voted in a closed-door meeting Friday that there is enough evidence to show that Gillum accepted gifts from lobbyists during his time as Tallahassee's mayor.
By Terry Spencer, Associated Press
Sebring police Chief Karl Hoglund said there's no indication Zephen Xaver intended to rob the bank, and no apparent connection among him, the bank or the victims.
By Jamie Leventhal, Lorna Baldwin
Four stories about people and organizations making a difference for their communities and furloughed workers.
By John Yang, Leah Nagy, Lorna Baldwin
The gates are open at the Everglades National Park, but with no one to collect entry fees, business is drying up. The partial government shutdown couldn't come at a worse time for the region, which depends on tourists and is…
By Brendan Farrington, Associated Press
After a dramatic, hourlong meeting that recalled events from nearly seven decades ago, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis and the state's three-member Cabinet granted posthumous pardons Friday to four African-American men accused of raping a white woman in a 1949 case…
By Joshua Replogle and Adriana Gomez Licon, Associated Press
The normally humdrum bureaucracy of registering to vote brought tears to the eyes of some Floridians on Tuesday when most felons regained their right to vote under a state constitutional amendment.
By Simon Ostrovsky
Still in tents and makeshift shelters six weeks after the most powerful hurricane in its history hit the Florida Panhandle, thousands remained homeless on Thanksgiving day. Traveling to Bay County for the holiday, NewsHour Weekend Special Correspondent Simon Ostrovsky reports.
By PBS NewsHour
On this edition for Sunday, November 18, the Florida recount comes to a close but questions about the procedure remain, and meet Troy Williams, a formerly incarcerated man who picked up storytelling as his rehab and restitution. Also, how Hungary…
By PBS NewsHour
Ballot recounts of the Senate and Governor races in Florida ended this weekend with Republicans winning both seats, though questions remain about counting procedures and why the state was once again among the last to declare results. POLITICO’s Marc Caputo…
By Associated Press
Florida’s Republican Gov. Rick Scott says incumbent Democratic Sen. Bill Nelson called him to concede defeat in their extremely tight race.
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