A Florida groom spent what was supposed to be his wedding night in jail after he allegedly punched a beachgoer in the face after he…View More Groom spends night in jail after punching beachgoer in the face moments before ceremony
The mayor of a Florida town opened fire at a SWAT team who raided his waterfront home and arrested him, officials said. More On: swat…View More Florida mayor opens fire at cops as they raid his home: sheriff
Three children have died in Florida after becoming trapped in an unplugged freezer, according to police. The children, aged one, four and six, were playing…View More Florida children die trapped in freezer
Throughout this week, we have been looking back at some of the BBC website’s most-read stories of the year and asking: what happened after the…View More Florida school shooting: What happened next?
The aircraft went through the roof of the building near the Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport in Florida on Saturday afternoon, according to US media. A…View More Florida plane crash: Two dead after aircraft smashes into therapy centre for autistic children
(Reuters) – Florida’s outgoing governor, Republican Rick Scott, was declared the winner of the state’s hard-fought U.S. Senate race on Sunday, following a manual recount…View More Republican Scott wins Florida U.S. Senate seat after manual recount
The candidate had vowed to stay in the race until every single vote was counted after it went to a recount, with results expected by…View More Race for Florida governor: Democrat Andrew Gillum concedes to Republican Ron DeSantis
Republican governor of Florida and US Senate candidate Rick Scott is recusing himself from his role certifying state elections, including his own. The announcement came…View More Florida governor recuses himself from recount
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — Election night in Florida’s capital began with a biblical deluge, the kind of epic rainfall that lends itself to political metaphors. Partisan…View More ‘Florida’s Being Florida’: Senate Race May Be Heading to, What Else? A Recount.