Voting changes a 'priority'
The governor says he will support spending on new technology and other changes his task force recommends.
Lost divers survive stormy gulf
High waves made them hard to spot, but a family friend in his small plane manages to find them.
Shock gives way to grief
Migrant workers gather to pay their respects to three of six people killed in a collision last week.
Crist works late to make tough FCAT essays count
An earlier deal to count only mutiple choice questions was struck to speed grading. Charlie Crist doesn't like it.
Bill helps unlicensed to fit artificial limbs
Practitioners say the state should extend a licensing deadline. A concerned mom says no.
Business lobby draws powerful party crowd
Associated Industries of Florida hosts 5,000, including Jeb Bush and most lawmakers, in a session's eve tradition.
Man found not guilty in robberies
The "manservant" to a woman who called herself Queen Shahmia was found not guilty by reason of insanity.
Around the state
Fire ant victim's family sues home
Death penalty opponents point to flaws
Among the speakers at a Capitol rally was a man freed from death row.