Florida Gov. Rick Scott, pictured here in Miami in August, wants to retaliate against seaports that sign business agreements with the Cuban government.
Florida Gov. Rick Scott, pictured here in Miami in August, wants to retaliate against seaports that sign business agreements with the Cuban government. Alan Diaz AP
Florida Gov. Rick Scott, pictured here in Miami in August, wants to retaliate against seaports that sign business agreements with the Cuban government. Alan Diaz AP

Governor wants funds cut for South Florida ports that ink Cuba deals

January 25, 2017 3:57 PM

More Videos

Bradenton woman's daughter tells 911 her mother is dead 5:25

Bradenton woman's daughter tells 911 her mother is dead

Police looking for duo who tried to rob victim in car 0:29

Police looking for duo who tried to rob victim in car

McCain denounces 'half-baked spurious nationalism' 1:18

McCain denounces 'half-baked spurious nationalism'

Robots helping homebound Manatee County students 1:42

Robots helping homebound Manatee County students

Trump addresses relationship with Congress, soldier deaths in Niger and more 3:07

Trump addresses relationship with Congress, soldier deaths in Niger and more

What the expansion at Motorworks Brewery means for customers 0:56

What the expansion at Motorworks Brewery means for customers

Look at the overwhelmingly positive responses to #metoo, a hashtag for survivors of sexual abuse 1:15

Look at the overwhelmingly positive responses to #metoo, a hashtag for survivors of sexual abuse

Listen to the 911 call for help from a Hollywood nursing home 0:52

Listen to the 911 call for help from a Hollywood nursing home

Detectives investigate slaying of woman, 82 0:16

Detectives investigate slaying of woman, 82

Trump addresses relationship with Congress, soldier deaths in Niger and more 3:07

Trump addresses relationship with Congress, soldier deaths in Niger and more

  • Psychologist has civil rights restored by Florida clemency board

    ​Adam McCracken, a Winter Springs clinical psychologist, received the restoration of his civil rights from Gov. Rick Scott and the Cabinet on June 15. McCracken and his wife, Renee, testified about why restoration of his rights was so important.