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Republicans had a secret weapon in the Florida recount fight
Instead, Johnson, the 37-year-old general counsel to the National Republican Senatorial Committee, found herself in Tallahassee, quarterbacking the GOP's legal response to the two-recount Senate contest between the Democratic incumbent, Bill Nelson, and Gov. Rick Scott, his Republican challenger.
Florida sues drug store chains for allegedly aiding opioid crisis
It also takes aim at Insys Therapeutics, Inc., which the filing alleges gave doctors kickbacks for prescribng its opioid product, Subsys.
BREAKING News Out Of FLORIDA... Holy HELL
PENSACOLA, FLORIDA– Joseph Owusu, 63, of Tampa, was sentenced November 14 to 135 months in prison after pleading guilty on August 17. The sentence was announced by Christopher P. Canova, United States Attorney for the Northern District of Florida.
Florida recount state of play: Postgame edition
After the results came in on Election Day, a recount was triggered in three races with razor-thin margins. Gov. Rick Scott came out victorious in the race for US Senate. Former Rep. Ron DeSantis will be Florida's next governor, and Nikki Fried will be the next agriculture commissioner.
In Concession, Florida Sen. Nelson Promises to Fight for LGBTQ Rights
With a manual recount done, Florida Sen. Bill Nelson has officially lost his seat to Republican Rick Scott. But in a concession speech delivered Sunday, Nelson promised to continue fighting for inalienable rights, including those of LGBTQ citizens.
14-Year-Old Tulsa Murder Suspect Arrested In Florida
Abode says the scene was very chaotic, but they started to hear someone yelling for help from the parking lot and it ended up being the victim, Lenaryd Tillis who died several hours later at the hospital.
The Marvelous Winter Wonderland In Florida That's Made Entirely Out Of Ice
Just because Florida doesn’t get the mountains of snow and the next-to-freezing temperature levels like the rest of the country, does not mean we don’t know how to do winter right. The holidays are a huge time for Floridians—there is so much going on to get into the holiday spirit. Just this year a
Trulieve Florida Cannabis Revenue Grows 739% in Q3 to $28.3 Million
TALLAHASSEE, FL, Nov. 19, 2018 /CNW/ –Trulieve Cannabis Corp.(CSE: TRUL) (“Trulieve” or the “Company”) today announced its financial results for the third quarter ended September 30, 2018.
Rosalie Contreras child abuse: Florida woman humiliates teen as punishment
The victimtoldPasco County Sheriff’s Office deputiesthatRosalie Contreras, 34, was mad at her for misbehaving, so she drove her to a remote location inDade City, made her take off her clothes and ordered her to walk back home.
Century man wins over $8.4 million from Florida Lottery
TALLAHASSEE- The Florida Lottery announces that Jonathan Wiggins, 47, of Century, claimed a top prize in the 10,000 A WEEK FOR LIFE Scratch-Off game at Florida Lottery Headquarters in Tallahassee.
Commentary: The Democrats Chaos Strategy Almost Worked in Florida
Ana Ceballos, reporting for my hometown newspaperThe Naples Daily News,posteda bombshell articledetailing the Democrats’ potentially criminal strategy to use chaos and the margin of litigation to steal Florida’s close election for U.S. Senator, Governor and Commissioner of Agriculture.
'Nelson has no path': Democrats admit Scott beats Florida icon
Without favorable court rulings to expand the available ballot pool, Sen. Bill Nelson has no way to make up his 12,603-vote deficit with Gov. Rick Scott. | J. Scott Applewhite/AP Photo Sen. Bill Nelson has run out of time, run out of favorable court rulings and is about to officially run out of vot
South Carolina family searching for clues for relative missing from Florida panhandle
UNION, SC (FOX Carolina) - A South Carolina family is looking for any leads in finding a family member who went missing from the Florida panhandle earlier in November. The family of Dennis "Slack" Keisler tells FOX Carolina he moved down to Florida a few years ago from Union. However, the last they
Democrat Nicole "Nikki" Fried claims historic victory in Commissioner of Agriculture race. | Florida Phoenix
Democratic candidate Nikki Fried -- running for Commissioner of Agriculture -- talks to the press Monday, Aug. 20, in the Capitol building in Tallahassee. Fried is the first woman to be elected as Commissioner of Agriculture. Photo credit: Kevin Cate
Short Life Well Lived For Florida Drag Racing Star Kat Moller
SARASOTA, FL — She was just 24 but Katarina Moller had already been racing professionally for five years when she climbed into her jet dragster Thursday night for an exhibition at Sebring Raceway. The night would bring a tragic end to a dream that began at age 11 for the Sarasota, Florida native.
Rocket launcher, pipe bombs and hundreds of firearms seized in raids on Florida Neo-Nazi gangs
An Aryan Nations member listens to guest speakers during the Aryan World Congress July 17, 2004 held in Cataldo, Idaho.Getty Images
Authorities find rocket launcher, pipe bombs during raid on Florida white supremacist gangs
Authorities seized more than 100 illegal firearms, a rocket launcher and several pipe bombs as part of the raid,local ABC affiliate WFTS-Tampa Bayreported. Authorities also reportedly found several pounds of crystal meth and fentanyl.
Leftists Claim Gillum Lost Florida Because of Racists, Forget Obama Won State Twice
That was the explanation given by many liberals after Democrats failed to win the White House in 2016 — blind misogyny among Americans made them unable to vote for a woman, even for female voters. Now, racism is being trotted out to explain how Andrew Gillum lost Florida.
Forget ‘Fraud’ — Florida Has Bigger Issues - WhoWhatWhy
While politicians and commentators debate the legitimacy of allegations of fraud, the state faces concrete issues with its election administrators. The recount scandal is but the latest manifestation of a system fraught with abuse. From mismanagement to obvious discrimination, election infrastructur
Federal Prosecutors Called In After Florida Democrats Caught Altering Election Documents
The amending forms, called “cure affidavits,” were due at 5 p.m on Nov. 5, the evening before Election Day, at the latest.