Car seat boosters face no easy ride
A bill requiring older kids to be strapped into the seats may not reach the governor desk.
Program pays to relocate mobile homes
TALLAHASSEE -- It has become a familiar story in Florida: An old mobile home park is sold to make way for new development. Evicted residents face the expensive prospect of relocating.
Bill puts train on design track
The Legislature sends the governor a bill creating an authority that will design intrastate rail transit.
Adviser's job sparks talk of conflict of interest
Some say Edward Vogler II shouldn't be advising the Senate president on growth laws when he represents a company asking for amendments to those same laws.
Bill brings back $55-million toll bridge plan
Fort Walton Beach voters in 1993 overwhelmingly rejected the toll bridge proposal.
Legislator faces brain surgery
TALLAHASSEE -- In the first week of the legislative session, freshman Rep. Sara Romeo of Lutz experienced headaches and went to the hospital.
Lawmaker chided for sending dung
The House speaker finds fault with the conduct of state Rep. Nancy Argenziano.
Endless water charge turned off
Today is the final day of the 60-day session.