Sure, we know Florida has regained its status as a hot spot for retirees. Just look at all the Boomers pouring into the state by the thousands.
ST. PETERSBURG —Since the beginning of the year, City Council members have had to digest 4,522 pages of documents, attend hundreds of hours of meetings and deal with resident complaints late into the night.
BROOKSVILLE — When the Hernando County School Board gathered last week for a retreat at a gated community, it was required by state law to notify the public of the event, said Barbara Petersen, president of the Tallahassee-based First Amendment Foundation.
NEW PORT RICHEY — Pasco County is buying environmentally sensitive land from the Gills family.
Once upon a time in America, a piece of property evidencing its owner's bad fortune or neglect would literally be auctioned off on the courthouse steps.
After a tumultuous nine years on the job, the chief of police with the Bay Pines VA Healthcare System is calling it quits, moving to the engineering department April 10 for what he says are health reasons.
PARIS — The international terrorist and self-professed Marxist revolutionary known as Carlos the Jackal received a life sentence — his third — on Tuesday for a 1974 attack on a Paris drugstore that killed two people and wounded 34.
LOS ANGELES — California prosecutors on Tuesday charged two anti-abortion activists who made undercover videos of themselves trying to buy fetal tissue from Planned Parenthood with 15 felonies, saying they invaded the privacy of medical providers by filming without consent.
LOS ANGELES — On his drive to Calipatria State Prison, Ricardo Perez thought of the couple he'd met a few months earlier and their desperate plea: Can you help us get our innocent relative out of prison?
More than 100 million years ago, on a muddy stretch of land that is now Australia, nearly two-dozen species of dinosaur once roamed.
Former Senator Jim Webb declined Tuesday to accept an award as a distinguished graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy, citing pressure from a "small but vociferous group" of female alumni who are angry about past statements he made that women aren't suited for combat and shouldn't attend the academy.
TALLAHASSEE — Florida may construct a memorial on state Capitol grounds reminding visitors that slavery was once allowed in the nation's third-largest state.
Fox News host Bill O'Reilly on Tuesday seemed to disparage a senior African-American congresswoman because of the lawmaker's appearance — comparing her hair to a "James Brown wig."