The Florida Department of Transportation has moved up plans for a roundabout on State Road 64 and Greyhawk Boulevard/Pope Road from 2023 to 2020. FDOT will also be hosting a public hearing regarding the interim safety improvement recently made at the deadly intersection.
President Donald Trump’s meeting with his Brazilian counterpart on Tuesday opens the door for a new alliance and deepening trade relationship that the administration says will dramatically reshape the power dynamics of the hemisphere.
Pensacola Mayor Grover Robinson said he’s open to the idea of fining people who give to panhandling homeless people in the Florida city to stop the problem. Giving money in roadways is already illegal, he said.
ESPNU mistakenly aired the Women’s NCAA Division I Basketball Tournament bracket three hours early. The University of Miami will be a No. 4 seed and host 13 seed Florida Gulf Coast on Friday in Coral Gables.
Details are beginning to emerge one day after a tourist was killed by a hit-and-run driver after falling out of a window on her way to Miami International Airport. She and her friends were celebrating a birthday in Miami Beach.
Royal Caribbean thinks it can draw millennials with a $115 million upgrade to its older ships. Carnival and Norwegian are spending just as much on bringing their older ships — Carnival Sunrise and Norwegian Sky — up to snuff.
How did one family from Manatee County become the start of a movement to legalize smokable medical marijuana in the state of Florida? Gov. Ron DeSantis signed the bill rescinding a ban on smoking medical pot.
SC native Taylor Hearn, who won a national championship playing for the Clemson Tigers and now is in the NFL with the Carolina Panthers, was in a bar fight in Augusta, Georgia and was knocked down, video shows.
The signing of Ryan Fitzpatrick to by the Miami Dolphins quarterback is the most clear signal yet that the Miami Dolphins plan to tank in 2019 and it is all about 2020 a high pick in the NFL Draft for the franchise.
A video captured by a Florida Keys eco tour boat captain shows a large American crocodile confronting a smaller croc basking on a seawall behind a house in Islamorada. American crocs have become more numerous.
Hurricane Florence was making its presence felt at the Frying Pan Tower, a Coast Guard light station turned B&B off the North Carolina coast, on September 13. Footage from the tower shows an American flag in shreds as it flies in the high winds.