Prosecutors say they’re awaiting justice for the family of Marlene Warren, the 40-year-old Wellington woman shot dead May 26, 1990, by a person wearing an orange wig, a red bulb nose, gloves and a smile painted on white makeup.
President Donald Trump performed better in Miami-Dade County than he did four years ago. But South Florida wasn't the only region where he made inroads. Florida Republicans swayed Latino voters elsewhere, boosted support in the state’s rural heartland, and cut into the Democratic advantage in big cities.
The voters of Puerto Rico chose statehood on Election Day.But after years of debate, partisan bickering and skepticism from both the left and right, will this referendum actually get results? And how much sway will Florida’s two U.S. Senators have in pushing their fellow Republicans to even hold a vote on it?
On the bitterest election day in modern American history, cannabis referendums passed in Arizona, South Dakota and Montana, writes Sun Sentinel columnist Fred Grimm. It wasn’t even close. And no recounts were needed.
The Florida Attorney General's two-year investigation into alleged sexual abuse by Catholic priests found almost 100 clergy members who had allegations brought against them. Many could still be prosecuted but for statute-of-limitations laws. Lawmakers need to pass "Look Back Laws" and other reforms that would make it easier to bring criminals to justice.
A no-party candidate who ran in a Florida Senate race for a Miami district is under investigation because he is a Boca Raton resident. And because his last name was the same as the incumbent, his unlikely candidacy may have cost the incumbent his seat.
The youngest U.S. district judge nominated by President Trump was confirmed by the Senate on Wednesday night to serve in the Tampa division of the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida, which also includes Orlando.