Students: 1 million expected at anti-gun-violence marches
Students from the Florida high school where 17 people were fatally shot last month say they expect more than 1 million participants in upcoming marches in Washington and elsewhere calling for gun regulations.
Florida governor signs major bill to combat opioid epidemic
Florida Gov. Rick Scott signs major legislation into law to combat the state's opioid addiction crisis
Florida campus opens days after 6 die in bridge collapse
Students returning from spring break to Florida International University held a moment of silence Monday to honor the six people killed in the collapse of a pedestrian bridge that was supposed to be a campus showcase
Florida police officer shot while serving arrest warrant
A Florida police officer has been shot and wounded while serving an arrest warrant at the home of a man facing charges for making violent threats to his family
The Latest: 1st lawsuit filed after Florida bridge collapse
The first lawsuit has been filed against the companies involved in the design and building of the bridge that collapsed at Florida International University
Nightclub shut down after event with live horse to reopen
Florida nightclub that was shut down after a scantily clad woman rode bareback on a white horse through a crowd will be allowed to reopen
With security measures, urban schools avoid mass shootings
Schools around the US are looking for ways to impose tougher security measures in the wake of last month's school shooting in Florida. They don't have to look further than urban districts that have installed metal detectors and other security.
Woman and girl killed, boy wounded, house on fire, man held
Sheriff's officials in Florida say a woman and a young girl have been fatally shot and a young boy was wounded in an apparent domestic dispute
School officials had wanted alleged Florida school shooter committed in 2016
Court documents reveal that school officials tried to have Nikolas Cruz committed for a psychiatric evaluation.