A circuit judge is rejecting a request to exhume human remains on the site of a now-defunct Panhandle reform school.
Memorial Day Traffic might not be a good thing for your trip, but it's great for the Dothan economy
Florida Gov. Rick Scott is strongly warning universities that he will fight against any tuition hikes this year.
Kenneth L. Carlton was pinned under a vehicle after he went underneath it looking for an oil cap.
Their young children were left unsupervised in a truck outside a Panama City Beach bar.
Two men have been arrested and charged on separate incidents of possessing child pornography.
Once again, this year is forecast to be more active than average.
The largest Florida black bear ever captured has been relocated.
Gulf Power’s Solar for Schools program provides the full cost of a solar PV installation up to 10 kilowatts for at least one qualifying school annually.
Grand jurors indicted David Ian Challender, 27, Ashley Nichole Griffin, 28, and Kevin Gene Jeffries, 28, for first-degree murder, armed burglary and armed robbery.
For nearly a century and a half, White Oak Pastures has made a big impact in the community. They want to help residents even more by educating the public on organics.
An investigation by the Department of Justice has found civil rights problems at a Panhandle Jail.
Officials say the man who was shot to death by authorities in Orlando, Fla., this morning was a Chechen immigrant who was being questioned about his ties to one of the Boston Marathon bombing suspects.
Three people have been indicted in the torture and murder of a Panama City man.
Florida spends one of the least amounts of money on individual students in the country.
Bright House Networks Future Leaders is a technology scholarship program designed to recognize high school seniors in good standing in the Bright House Networks service area.
The National Weather Service said rains in the Miami-Dade area over the past 24-hours have set records in some locations...Ft. Lauderdale recorded 4.86 inches of rainfall which broke the former record of 2.04 set in 1981.
Gov. Scott signed a bill that will allow elections supervisors to expand early voting days and sites.
The last of the suspects to be charged with the death of a Florida A & M University drum major during a hazing ritual has a date in court.
On 05-17-2013 Anthony Daron Shivers was admitted to the Jackson Hospital suffering from a stab wound to his lower abdomen shortly after 2:00AM.
A Panama City man has been charged with 20 counts of possession of child pornography.
In August, Florida shoppers will be able to buy computers without having to pay sales tax.
Phone counselors are now available to help long-term care Medicaid recipients choose their health plans.
Florida Gov. Rick Scott is vetoing nearly $400 million from the state's new budget.
Winning tickets were bought in Navarre and Kissimmee, lottery officials reported Monday.
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