Senators propose to raid a fund that purchases wild Florida lands
Senators, hard-pressed to write their budget, want $100-million from the Preservation 2000 program.
Everglades restoration lags behind schedule
Some of the work is delayed a year. Environmentalists worry that money and support for the plan will vanish.
'My son is not coming back'
MIAMI -- A jury on Thursday found Eller Media Co. innocent of manslaughter in the electrocution of a 12-year-old boy at a bus shelter built by the company and wired by an unlicensed electrician.
Florida's HMO appeals board is rarely used
The state's experience is far from the solution for patients envisioned by President Bush.
Senate okays adoption changes
Gov. Bush has not indicated whether he'll sign the complex rewrite of Florida's adoption law.
University job search bill would punish loose lips
A year in prison could await anyone who reveals the name of a university or college presidential hopeful under a new bill.
Autopsy photo bill quickly passed by House
The bill severely limits access to autopsy photos. An identical bill in the Senate is expected to advance rapidly.
Today is the 18th day of the 60-day session.