Florida Business News
- Florida will pay $1 million in legal fees over ‘docs vs. Glocks’
Gov. Rick Scott approved a deal to pay $1.1 million in legal fees to groups that successfully challenged an NRA-backed Florida law.
- In Florida, nation's only lightning center closes after DARPA cuts funding
DARPA, the research arm of the Pentagon best known for inventing the Internet, funded Florida's International Center for Lightning Research and Testing since 1972.
Federal authorities say charges will be filed against a Florida man in connection to the deaths of nine people found in the back of a sweltering tractor-trailer outside a San Antonio Walmart.
A man who secretly recorded a meeting with a Florida police chief is celebrating victory in a federal case with free-speech and privacy implications.
Jack Latvala, a wily Republican state senator and long shot as a gubernatorial candidate, probably will announce his candidacy for governor on Aug. 16.
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Ruth Campbell retired last month as director of Homestead’s Historic Town Hall Museum . . . at the age of 97. She was known as the grande dame of Homestead after serving the city for more than seven decades.
Are you concerned proposed changes to federal civil forfeiture policy could be used by agencies to sidestep Florida's asset seizure laws?