Gov. Rick Scott’s proposed budget for the new fiscal year includes $1.3 billion for Florida hospitals providing care to uninsured people. However, that pool of money might stop existing this summer.
A consumer group is taking legal action against an array of major chocolate manufacturers and retailers, saying they’ve failed to warn consumers about the potentially harmful levels of lead and cadmium in their products.
State lawmakers grilled child welfare officials about troubles with child death reports coming out of their agency.
The developer of the medication, the Center for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology in Havana, is forbidden to bring a nine-year-old drug, called Heberprot-P, to the United States for clinical trials and use.
Florida is in hot water again for the way it treats medically needy children in the state.
Two local television news stations from the Tampa Bay area won a prestigious national investigative reporting award this week.