Florida Republicans dominated Tuesday's elections from the top of the ballot on down, leaving Democrats searching for answers after more than two decades of GOP control of the state.Read More »
Florida Moves Ahead With More Electric-Vehicle Plans: Will Investment Pass By Poor, Minority Communities?
Will the next generation of clean cars and trucks drive past Florida’s poorest neighborhoods or minority communities?Read More »
The Republican governor called the measure “one of the most significant pieces of substantive legislation in quite some time,” but environmentalists said it falls short of efforts necessary to protect Florida’s waters.Read More »
Controversy over coronavirus tracking metrics erupts in Florida.Read More »
As early as 2021, Floridians will see a surge of charging stations along state highways for electric cars.Read More »
Florida Judge Tosses Environmental Lawsuit Brought By Children, Latest Loss In Climate Courtroom Strategy
The ruling Monday decided a two-year environmental lawsuit spearheaded by eight young Florida plaintiffs.Read More »
Restaurants and many retail stores outside of Southeast Florida can start reopening Monday with limited occupancy as part of the first phase of Gov. Ron DeSantis’ economic-recovery effort after the coronavirus caused massive shutdowns.Read More »
A plan is in place to reopen Florida and shock its economy back to life amid the COVID-19 pandemic.Read More »
DeSantis and the Cabinet haven’t held a meeting since Feb. 4, more than a month before the governor declared a state of emergency.Read More »
The Point, April 4, 2020: Greyhound Racing Was Already Ending In Florida. The COVID-19 Outbreak Sped It Up.
What the abrupt end has been like at one track.Read More »