Weakest schools cheat students
A study shows that schools with D and F grades actually get more money from the government than schools with A and B grades.
Baby boom at sea
Scientists feared the right whale was headed for extinction. But an increase in births provides new hope.
Bill sets July 1 date to restructure education system
TALLAHASSEE -- A plan to overhaul Florida's education system is now on the fast track in the Legislature, and a political fight is brewing over the future of public schools and universities.
Democrats target Bush with TV ads
The governor says the ads accusing him of favoring the rich while cutting services are "plain wrong."
State asks for flexibility with federal money
Relaxed health care regulations could help offset Florida's Medicaid deficit.
Florida on lookout for disease
TALLAHASSEE -- Still battling citrus canker, the state is now worried foot-and-mouth disease could hop a ride on an unsuspecting tourist's pant leg and strike Florida farms.
Around the state
Driver in fatal crash is 15