More Videos

Gear up for food safety to prevent food poisoning 2:04

Gear up for food safety to prevent food poisoning

How to give your child a healthy start to the school year 1:20

How to give your child a healthy start to the school year

Answers to solar eclipse questions you may be too embarrassed to ask 0:41

Answers to solar eclipse questions you may be too embarrassed to ask

Google after viral memo about female programmers: diversity is critical to success 1:05

Google after viral memo about female programmers: diversity is critical to success

Demonstrators face off near Confederate memorial in Bradenton 0:37

Demonstrators face off near Confederate memorial in Bradenton

Man arrested at Confederate memorial protest in Bradenton 0:15

Man arrested at Confederate memorial protest in Bradenton

Thieves use forklift to steal an ATM 0:35

Thieves use forklift to steal an ATM

Confederate memorial protests heat up in downtown Bradenton 0:37

Confederate memorial protests heat up in downtown Bradenton

Timelapse: Solar eclipse darkens sun over Washington State Capitol 0:19

Timelapse: Solar eclipse darkens sun over Washington State Capitol

Horse-mounted deputies arrive at Confederate memorial protest 0:09

Horse-mounted deputies arrive at Confederate memorial protest

  • How the Florida Senate president learned of a Miami lawmaker's racial slur

    Senate President Joe Negron, R-Stuart, explains the timeline of how he learned of -- and responded to -- Miami Republican Sen. Frank Artiles' offensive remarks against two black senators.

Senate President Joe Negron, R-Stuart, explains the timeline of how he learned of -- and responded to -- Miami Republican Sen. Frank Artiles' offensive remarks against two black senators. Kristen Clark Herald/Times Tallahassee Bureau kclark@miamiherald.com
Senate President Joe Negron, R-Stuart, explains the timeline of how he learned of -- and responded to -- Miami Republican Sen. Frank Artiles' offensive remarks against two black senators. Kristen Clark Herald/Times Tallahassee Bureau kclark@miamiherald.com

Controversy over Miami lawmaker’s racial slur engulfs Florida Legislature

April 20, 2017 8:39 PM