Ohio voucher case might affect state
Attorneys for both sides in Florida say they welcome the clarity the nation's high court could bring to the issue.
Terrorism's trickle-down effect
Higher insurance costs? Less privacy? Floridians could be touched in ways they never dreamed possible.
U.S. tests for arsenic in playgrounds set
The tests come as those in the pressure-treated wood industry face lawsuits over their product.
Panel on security may meet secretly, speaker says
House Speaker Tom Feeney, R-Oviedo, said Tuesday it is possible that a newly formed select committee would meet in private as it researches ways of making Florida safe to residents and visitors.