The Florida Highway Patrol has released a report identifying the apprehended driver involved in a hit-and-run street race that caused a serious injury crash in Marion County last week.
The victim, whose skeletal remains were discovered near a canal/culvert on State Road 11, approximately 2 miles south of Bunnell, Florida, has remained unidentified for over four decades.
The United Cajun Navy has released a statement that debris from the Carol Ann has been located off the coast of St. Augustine, and is asking anyone to assist in the search.
The bill disqualifies students accused of promoting a "foreign terrorist organization" from receiving financial aid options like fee waivers, grants, and scholarships.
Florida House Republican Ryler Sirois introduced a new bill on Monday, aiming to make it illegal to manufacture, sell, hold, or distribute lab-grown meat within the state.
Senator Shevrin Jones, a Democrat from Miami Gardens, has proposed a bill in response to the recent controversy surrounding African American history standards in public schools. The proposal aims to prevent the inclusion of any instruction that suggests enslaved people benefited from slavery in any way.
On Wednesday, the Florida State Board of Administration added Morningstar, a multi-billion dollar investment research company based in Chicago, to Florida’s list of “Scrutinized Companies that Boycott Israel.”
Florida's Department of Health has agreed to release previously withheld COVID-19 data as part of a settlement with a government watchdog group. Additionally, the department has agreed to publish detailed COVID-19 data on its website for the next 3 years.
If you're a fan of geology or just love to marvel at the beauty of nature, this upcoming event is packed with treasures like gems, minerals, jewelry, beads, and even ancient fossils from all over the world. It's sure to be a rockin experience!
St. Johns County Commission unanimously voted to make noteworthy changes to regulations affecting registered sex offenders during holidays, including the removal of “no candy” sign requirements on front lawns
Between 2013 and 2018, John Williams failed to pay around $306,500 in payroll taxes. He also neglected to send the employer's share of Social Security and Medicare taxes to the IRS, resulting in an additional debt of $128,943 during that period.
Florida Representative Linda Chaney (R-St. Pete Beach) filed House Bill 49 (HB 49) on Monday, seeking to remove restrictions on the working hours and time of day for 16 and 17-year-old employees in the state.
The future of World Golf Village properties, including the IMAX theater, is being shaped with public involvement by St. Johns County. Mark your calendars for two significant public comment meetings on September 27th and 28th.
Get ready for spooky season! This year's event features 4 new attractions, a food truck variety, and a fully stocked bar to keep the excitement, from September 16th through November 4th! 🎃🦇👻
Continuing a long-running clash with federal health officials, Gov. Ron DeSantis’ administration on Wednesday recommended that people under age 65 not receive newly approved COVID-19 booster shots.
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