Tuesday, August 14, 2018
Currently challenging U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson, D-Fla., in one of the most closely watched U.S. Senate contests in the nation, on Monday, Gov. Rick Scott showcased his efforts to lower Florida’s debt. Scott announced that the state debt has been...
Scott issued an executive order on Monday afternoon. 
Former state Rep. Neil Combee has the edge in the competitive Republican primary to replace retiring U.S. Rep. Dennis Ross, R-Fla., a new poll finds. St. Pete Polls took a poll for Florida Politics which was released on Monday. Combee...
Florida A&M University (FAMU) will inaugurate Dr. Larry Robinson as its twelfth president in a ceremony scheduled for November. The three-day inauguration schedule focuses on the theme “Together We Rise,” which pays homage to Robinson and his commitment to collaboration,...
A new poll shows U.S. Rep. Al Lawson, D-Fla. with a commanding lead over former Jacksonville Mayor Alvin Brown in one of the most closely watched Democratic primaries in Florida. St. Pete’s Polls took a poll for Florida Politics which...
Over the past week, gas prices in the Sunshine State edged up five cents even as other states in the region, including Georgia, saw their prices drop, a new report from AAA finds. AAA released data on Monday showing the...
Spano went to the hospital in the third week of July with what his campaign described as a mild cardiac event. 
Last week, the freshman Republican sent letters to four U.S. Cabinet secretaries urging them to “visit Southwest Florida first hand so that they may personally assess the damage, meet with key local officials, and provide recommendations on how their agencies may be able to help." 
Dallas area metalcore band Fit For A King are playing several shows in Florida to tout their new album due in September. Florida Daily caught up with lead singer Ryan Kirby as the band was making its way towards...
Conservative groups endorse in GOP primaries, Democrat Kim Daniels is being attacked as “too conservative,” and public funding becomes an Issue in the GOP agriculture race.