Florida's manatee population is dying in record numbers. In fact, the latest numbers show a total of 800 manatees died last year alone. One of the biggest problems is a lack of the sea cows' favorite food, seagrass.
A revamped New College of Florida Board of Trustees on Tuesday quickly shook up leadership at the small liberal arts school, removing President Patricia Okker, and replacing her on an interim basis with former state Education Commissioner Richard Corcoran.
Bethune-Cookman University’s interim president spoke to local media on Wednesday for the first time since students held rallies on campus calling for better living conditions after sharing photographs of mold growing in residence halls.
Authorities in Georgia identified a Seminole County mom who disappeared in 1985. Her name is Mary Cowan, but she went by “Angie.”
Netflix has said it plans to launch the paid-sharing system 'more broadly' later in Q1.
Roscoe, a beagle, went missing from Kansas in 2015. He was found in January 2023 more than 1,300 miles away in Idaho.
Gov. Ron DeSantis on Tuesday rolled out a slate of higher-education proposals that included eliminating spending on diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives, a move the governor said would lead such programs to “wither on the vine.”
Roboland Orlando is a family-friendly robotics theme park of sorts and features a range of interactive exhibits.
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The police chief of Lakeland said one more person showed up at a hospital after Monday's drive-by shooting, bringing the total number of victims to 11.
You may have seen videos before of traffic lights shaking wildly from the wind during storms. The Florida Department of Transportation changed its regulations a while back to mandate sturdier masts to prevent that from happening, but they turn out to be a real hassle to replace these days.
Monday night's jackpot is worth an estimated $613 million after there were no winning tickets that matched all six numbers drawn in Saturday night's Powerball drawing.
Investigators say 10 people were injured in a Lakeland shooting, and they are now searching for the vehicle involved and the shooters.
The great white shark was 19-feet long, according to witnesses.
Former president Donald Trump was suspended from Facebook and Instagram for two years after the company that owns those sites, Meta, found he used those platforms to incite violence at the Capitol on January 6th.
The University of Georgia will soon start to appear on Florida license plates, as its supporters have reached a presale benchmark for a specialty plate.
A Sarasota judge has agreed to add Brian Laundrie’s former family lawyer as a co-defendant in a lawsuit against Brian’s parents for damages related to the disappearance and death of Gabby Petito.
“Everything Everywhere All at Once” led the Oscar nominations, picking up 11 nods. “The Banshees of Inisherin” and the German-language “All Quiet on the Western Front” each had nine.
Ellen Gilland faces a charge of premeditated first-degree murder in the fatal shooting of her terminally ill husband. She was denied bond over the weekend but one attorney says there may be an argument for her release.
Gov. Ron DeSantis on Monday called for another round of teacher pay hikes, while taking aim at teachers unions and calling for partisan elections and stricter term limits for school-board members.