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A teacher in Pensacola has resigned after he says a school district employee removed photos of historic Black American figures from a bulletin board in his classroom. more
KISSIMMEE, Fla. - Bianca Blaise and Larry Rhodes Jr. have been arrested by the Osceola County Sheriff's Office following the death of their six year-old son. They're charged with murder and child … more
TITUSVILLE, Fla. - Three candidates for office in Brevard County have come forward accusing Sheriff Wayne Ivey of pressuing them to exit their races, according to a new report from The Associated … more
Statewide Republicans are condemning the FBI's decision to raid the Mar-a-Lago estate of former President Donald Trump. The raid was carried out on Monday, and is reported to be in connection to … more
Gas prices in Florida are down to their lowest average since March 4th, according to the latest figures from AAA. Statewide, the average cost for a gallon of gas is $3.79. Less than two months ago … more
MIAMI, Fla. - The 2022 Florida Python Challenge was kicked off in South Florida on Friday, marking the start of one of the state's most famous conservation efforts. Upwards of 800 participants are … more
The Florida State Supreme Court will feature a majority of Ron DeSantis appointees as of August 31st. DeSantis selected Palm Beach Circuit Court Judge Renatha Francis to fill the vacancy created by … more
 Democratic Governor candidates Nikki Fried and Charlie Crist on Wednesday sat down for a media forum in St. Petersburg. The two candidates gave their pitch for solving the housing crisis, their … more
Ron DeSantis has suspended State Attorney Andrew Warren after Warren vowed not to prosecute abortion cases within his purview. The move by Warren was an act of resistance against the state's 15-week … more
Atlantic waters off the coast of northeast Florida will soon be subject to new regulations by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) to try and lessen the fatalities of North … more
ORLANDO, Fla. - The City of Orlando will be adding in 'controlled entry' checkpoints in its downtown area following  a shooting on Sunday that injured seven. Mayor Buddy Dyer made the … more
Florida's total number of COVID-19 deaths is now in excess of 75,000 according to the latest health data. The death toll now sits at 77,565 and rising every day, with a case total of almost 6.8 … more
ORLANDO, Fla. - Seven people were shot on Sunday when a gunman opened fire into a crowd in Orlando. The masses were gathered in the early hours of the morning as local bars and nightclubs were … more
WYNWOOD, Fla. - Governor Ron DeSantis' administration is seeking to revoke the liquor license from a Miami-area bar that hosted a drag show with minors in attendance. It's the latest social issue … more
The Florida Department of Education is telling public school statewide to ignore federal discrimination protections of transgender students. Education Commissioner Manny Diaz Jr. sent out the memo, … more
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. - Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Val Demings is set to appear in Daytona Beach next month, party officials have confirmed. Demings will attend an event with the Volusia County … more
The county school boards of Orange, Indian River, Duval, and Palm Beach are suing the state government over the Parental Rights in Education law, commonly known as Don’t Say Gay, under the … more
Monday marks the start of a sales tax holiday on back to school items that continues through August 7th. Parents and guardians can use this opportunity to shop for all the essentials their kids will … more
ORLANDO, Fla. - President Joe Biden has been forced to hold off on his planned Central Florida trip for the time being after testing positive for Covid-19. It would've been the first time Biden had … more
A handful of new and big endorsements in Flagler and Volusia County School Board elections came in over the last few days. Governor Ron DeSantis gave his stamp of approval to incumbents Jill … more
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