Repair voting, but 'how' is the big question
Last year's election is but a distant bitter memory, but it is still dominating the lives of a lot of people.
Panel sees little progress on voting
The Commission on Civil Rights says it found "an array of problems." Jeb Bush says they will be fixed.
Bush wants to fund chastity education
The governor proposes "abstinence-only" grants from family planning funds. Critics fear a loss of services for poor women.
Boy gets life for 'wrestle' killing
Over calls for leniency, a judge sentences the 14-year-old boy, who was 12 when he beat a girl while imitating wrestling, to life without parole.
Crowded schools? Say no to growth, Bush says
He wants cities and counties to make sure they have enough classrooms before approving new developments.
Butterworth joins autopsy photo fight
Is he siding with the media or with the Earnhardt family? He's in the middle, an official says.
INS drops deportation effort, doesn't tell woman
JACKSONVILLE -- First, Carolina Murry didn't know she wasn't an American citizen, so she voted in elections.
Reluctance turns to motivation
Admirers nominated him for Methodist bishop; he withdrew his name but was elected anyway. Now he will head the Florida conference of 743 churches.