The far-right leader went to Florida after losing his bid for re-election, days before his rival was inaugurated. While in Florida, Bolsonaro frequently met with supporters and conservative groups.
Board members picked to oversee the governance of Disney World said their predecessors pulled a fast one on them by passing restrictive covenants that strip the new board of many of its powers.
A picture of the Renaissance statue is shown each year to sixth-grade art students at Tallahassee Classical School in Florida, but this month it drew fury. Italians, though, are praising the educator.
Little is known about the mosquito species known as Culex lactator. But it belongs to a group of mosquitoes known to carry diseases and researchers are worried about what will happen.
Joseph Harding, who resigned after his December indictment, pled guilty in federal court to wire fraud, money laundering and making false statements on small business loans.
Michael Boatwright, 28, Dedrick Williams, 26, and Trayvon Newsome, 24, were all found guilty and will receive mandatory life sentences at a later date.
A far-right group in Jacksonville, Fla., has been regularly projecting hate symbols onto downtown buildings. Groups like this look to capitalize on what they see as a favorable political climate.
A nuclear power plant in Georgia has begun splitting atoms in one of its two new reactors. Georgia Power Co. announced the key step toward reaching commercial operation on Monday. The utility and other owners are building the first two nuclear reactors constructed from scratch in the United States in decades.
Florida Gov. DeSantis' pugnacious approach to issues involving race, sexual orientation and public health has pushed him to the front of the race for the Republican presidential nomination.
Florida health officials are investigating the death and urging people to take precautions. Here's what to know if you're planning on breaking out your neti pot or swimming in a lake anytime soon.
DeSantis dealt another blow to Walt Disney World's autonomy by signing a bill on Monday to take control of the company's development board. Critics say the move looks like retaliation.
Sam's Club plans to open a new $142 million fulfillment center in Georgia, creating an estimated 600 jobs.
Dogs would not be able to hang their heads out of car windows under a new bill proposed in Florida. The bill would additionally ban cat declawing and cosmetic animal testing.
Spectrum News 13 confirmed that 24-year-old reporter Dylan Lyons was killed while covering a shooting on Wednesday, along with a 9-year-old girl. Her mom and a station photojournalist were injured.
Expect more trick plays and surprise announcements, says team owner Jesse Cole.