December 6, 2002
Capitol abuzz about Brogan
The lieutenant governor hasn't said he'll go for a university presidency. But he might. Then what?
Bush says he'll take up cause of marriage reform
TALLAHASSEE -- Gov. Jeb Bush says his goal to strengthen families during his second term includes marriage reform as a way to combat the state's high divorce rate.
Family of severely hurt teen accepts $17.5-million
ST. AUGUSTINE -- The family of a Pennsylvania woman seriously injured when she was run over at a St. Augustine beach two years ago has accepted a $17.5-million settlement from the driver and his insurance company, an attorney said.
Death row inmate's appeal prevails; two others denied
TALLAHASSEE -- Death row inmate Rickey Roberts, condemned for the fatal attack on a teenager on a bayside lover's lane in Miami, won an appeal Thursday in the state Supreme Court.
Insider ready to leave Bush administration
The governor's 35-year-old deputy chief of staff plans to depart on Inauguration Day.
To party with Jeb bring a book for a kid
The governor wants every Florida child reading at grade level and mounts a book drive for donations.
Witnesses deny $10,000 cash was used for a bribe
The money was spent on breast implants and gifts, they say. The jury may get the official corruption case today.
Around the state
Small plane crashes into bank building, killing pilot
Supremacist group moves concert to Jacksonville
JACKSONVILLE -- A violent white supremacist group, faced with growing opposition in Daytona Beach, moved its weekend Hammerfest 2002 concert to a secret location in Jacksonville.
Pilot killed as small plane hits building
MIAMI -- A small plane crashed into the Federal Reserve Bank Building Thursday night, killing the pilot and forcing the evacuation of more than 100 people attending a holiday season party, authorities said. No one inside the building was injured.