Rick Scott Videos
Florida Governor: Hundreds of Thousands Without Power
Florida Gov. Rick Scott said over 600,000 residents are without power in the state, and there are more outages coming.
Clinton, Trump Respond to Hurricane Matthew
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton closed their campaign offices in Florida as they prepare for their second presidential debate.
Florida Gov . Rick Scott on Hurricane Matthew
Scott talks to "GMA" about the latest warnings and information for the state of Florida as Hurricane Matthew continues to churn.
FL Gov. Says Voter Registration Deadline Won't Be Extended
Florida Gov. Rick Scott said that he will not extend the deadline for voter registration in the state despite the potential impact from Hurricane Matthew.
New Zika Case Found in Palm Beach, Florida
One new non travel related a virus cases is under investigation in Palm Beach County in Florida governor Rick Scott says the State's department of health is trying to figure out how the person became infected. The department has gone door to door reaching out to residents fraying in taking samples
10 Additional Zika Cases Found in Florida Outbreak
Florida Gov. Rick Scott has activated the "emergency response" team from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to help stem the outbreak.
10 Additional Zika Cases Found in Florida Outbreak; Governor Activates Emergency Response
Florida Gov. Rick Scott has activated the emergency response team from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to help stem the outbreak.
Donald Trump Warns of Riots if Republicans Try to Block His Nomination
Donald Trump fresh off major victories overnight now warning of riots if the Republicans try to stop and at a contested convention. Trump winning several states those in bright red on the map but not winning Ohio which makes it much harder for him to reach that magic number. The total delegates he
Florida Governor Expands State of Emergency in Zika Virus Outbreak
There is now a state of emergency in five Florida counties as more than 50 cases of Zika have been confirmed across 13 states and Washington, D.C.