Senators see deal to study fast train
With their sights on a $6-million allocation, lawmakers envision an authority that would study details.
2 dead despite attempts to stop rampage
Wrecking a good Samaritan's car, a man kills himself and his wife after motorists desperately try to save her.
Effort brings New College closer to independence
A push by Sen. John McKay is likely to sever ties between the liberal arts college and USF, raising fears about its future.
Lawmakers outflank legions of phone lobbyists
TALLAHASSEE -- In the opening round of the biggest lobbying fight of the legislative session, state lawmakers managed to split the difference.
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Deadly fight erupts over cell phone
Today is the 16th day of the 60-day session.
Senate committee moves to approve 2 insurance bills
TALLAHASSEE -- Shaneen Wahl's health insurance company didn't drop her when she developed breast cancer in 1996.