An outbreak at a Manatee County government administration building led to the deaths of two people last week.
Found separately, hours apart, the bodies of two young girls were pulled from a canal in Lauderhill, Florida, on Tuesday. No families have come forward to report a missing child and police are investigating as possible homicide.
Assistant Scout Master Andy Waltrip said the children were not initially "freaked out" by the discovery, thinking they had found "chicken bones."
Paul Miller, a white supremacist who has called for a race war in America, admitted to having 400 rounds of high-powered rifle ammunition and a hand-built, unregistered short-barreled rifle hidden in his Florida home.
A highway sign in Miami was hacked early Tuesday morning to flashing messages of "Arrest Fauci," and "COVID-19 was a hoax" while calls for Fauci's removal continue amidst email theories.
Anna Paulina Luna, who plans to run for Florida's District 13 House seat, filed for a permanent restraining order against fellow candidate William Braddock.
Police also confirmed the incident at the Stonewall Pride Parade on Saturday was an accident.
Police said their investigation found that the tragedy was likely not intentional but a horrible accident that was caused by the driver's health ailments.
Florida, Texas and Mississippi have the worst levels of "civic engagement," while Montana, Vermont and Minnesota ranked as the highest.
The vacationing children, aged 16, eight and six, were not "familiar with the laws in the state of Florida."
A Florida bartender has been praised for his quick-thinking when he saw two women being harassed by a male customer, and wrote instructions for them if they needed help.
After traveling through the Carolinas on Monday morning, Tropical Storm Claudette is expected to head out to the Atlantic Ocean and travel to Nova Scotia on Tuesday.
"This was a terrorist attack against the LGBT community; this is exactly what it is," Fort Lauderdale Mayor Dean Trantalis told reporters after a truck drove into a crowd at a Pride parade.
One person has died and another seriously injured after a truck drove into a crowd of people at an LGBTQ parade on Saturday.
"Florida leads the nation in people facing criminal charges related to that insurrection," said former Florida Governor Charlie Crist.
The MyPillow CEO claimed Trump "will be in office by this fall" after a July "cyber symposium" he plans to hold.
"Guests eligible but not fully vaccinated or able to show proof of vaccination will be subject to testing and additional health protocols at their own expense," the company said. "Children not eligible for vaccines will be subject to complimentary testing and health protocols."
Officials in Florida said the victim had visible bite wounds to the upper body and chest area.
As arrests in connection to the deadly attack on the Capitol continue to pile up, Florida has emerged as the state with the highest number of residents arrested for charges related to the insurrection.
"We're now living in an age where people feel empowered to go out and deface a synagogue, or a mosque or this week, a memorial to the LGBTQ pride community," said Rand Hoch, president of the Palm Beach County Human Rights Council.
The barista's mother is a local police chief who spoke about the incident at a march against gun violence just hours later.
Fuccillo, whose trademark line was "it's gonna be huuuuuuuuuggge," died earlier this week after years of declining health.
Nathan Yedinak, a 36-year-old resident of Ocala, was arrested on June 10 following an incident in which he threatened his neighbor. He then threatened his neighbor's son with a rifle, saying "You're going die today if you [expletive] with me."
"I'm your dad's friend, don't you remember me?" said the man to the young girl, pretending to know her father. "I've been to your house before."
Elon Musk's aerospace company plans to send a GPS III-5 satellite into orbit on Thursday for the U.S. Space Force.
Florida is the first state to offer its help to the border situation in Texas and Arizona.
Ronnie Oneal III allegedly killed the mother of his child and their 9-year-old daughter, then tried to kill their son, at their home near Tampa, Florida, in March 2018.
The homeowner, Steve Farkas, took to Facebook to warn his neighbors and other area residents that the dangerous animal had been spotted.
The girl apparently thought she was eating candy when she saw the package containing the logo of the popular fruit punch.
On Monday, Governor Ron DeSantis signed a new law recognizing Hatzalah of South Florida as an official Florida Medical Emergency Service.