As machine recounts get underway around the state, Bill Nelson and Rick Scott continue to allege improprieties and lawyers file more legal motions
Almost a week after Election Day 2018, the races for Florida governor, U.S. Senate and agriculture commissioner are still in question. Legal skirmishes, accusations continue as the recount is underway
An unusual number of ballots in Broward County registered no votes in the U.S. Senate race. A recount should determine whether those are accurate or not.
Days after Election Day 2018, Rick Scott and Bill Nelson have each filed lawsuits as the drama over their Senate race continues to heat up.
Fewer than 18,000 votes out of 8.1 million cast in the race for the U.S. Senate
As votes were counted overnight, the difference tightened to within the margin that triggers an automatic recount.
Election Day 2018: Gov. Rick Scott, a Republican defeated three-time Democrat incumbent Bill Nelson in the race for Florida Senate.
Rural communities far from where Michael came ashore were walloped by the killer hurricane.
U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson, a Florida Democrat, faces his toughest re-election challenger in Gov. Rick Scott on Nov. 6.
The president will be in town to speak at the annual convention of the International Association of Chiefs of Police.
In the 1st US Senate debate, Sen. Bill Nelson said Gov. Rick Scott was not truthful. Scott said Nelson had nothing to show for his time in Washington
Harr’s company, Blueware received millions of dollars in contracts from the clerk of courts office
Thanks to UCF, an innovative program that uses virtual reality technology to treat post-traumatic stress disorder is now available in Brevard County.
Prosecutors allege Rose Harr made campaign contributions to then Clerk of Courts Mitch Needelman in exchange for lucrative court contracts.
At a GOP unity rally in Orlando Thursday, candidate after candidate said Democrats aim to turn Florida into another California, or worse yet, Cuba.
The entire slate of Democratic candidates for statewide office crammed into a crowded union hall in Orlando where they promised to flip Florida blue.