Michael Drejka, who shot and killed Markeis McGlockton over a handicapped parking spot, tried to use Florida's "stand your ground" law as a defense.
James Reidnauer, 30 and Brent van Besien, 33, both face enhanced hate crime charges of aggravated battery with a firearm after allegedly shooting at two biracial children.
Nathan Myers and his uncle Clifford Williams are finally free, 43 years after being convicted for a murder they never committed.
Miramar, Fla. Mayor Wayne Messam is officially joining the 2020 presidential race two weeks after launching an exploratory committee.
Florida Mayor Wayne Messam, Who Is Weighing A Presidential Campaign, Proposes Canceling Student Debts
Miramar, Florida, Mayor Wayne Messam would use his presidential race to highlight the need to cancel out the trillion of dollars already owed in student debt.
Black 6th Grader Arrested For Refusing To Stand For Pledge Of Allegiance And Calling U.S Flag Racist
The 11-year-old was charged with disrupting a school function and resisting arrest without violence after being arrested at his Florida school.
'My KKK Friends Will Burn Your Family': White Woman Captured on Body Cam Audio Threatening Black Officer
Julie Edwards, 53, is facing multiple charges after going on a racist rant against a Black sheriff's deputy, telling him that her "KKK friends would burn his family."
A Spring Hill, Florida, McDonald's employee is out of a job after repeatedly hurling racial slurs at a Black customer.
Florida’s voters approved an amendment in November restoring felons’ voting rights. But even as ex-prisoners begin registering to vote, questions remain as to how these potential votes will translate into political power.
Local election supervisors have raised concerns about how to accurately identify returning citizens who fit the criteria to have their voting rights restored.
As I’ve gotten older, my patience with the media coverage around elections in this country as well as with the political armchair analysts on social media has been worn extremely […]
After being suspended by Gov. Rick Scott even after submitting a resignation, Florida Elections Official Brenda Snipes is deciding to fight back.
Satara Monroe is suing Wells Fargo after a white teller allegedly refused to cash her paycheck in a #BankingWhileBlack incident.
Gillum trails his Republican opponent by a mere 34,000 votes.
One in five Black Floridians do not have the right to vote due to prior convictions, for which they have already served the time.
A former Florida police chief who had a lot to say five years ago after bragging about his department’s 100 percent clearance rate on burglaries is now singing a different […]
A Florida man was fired from his job at a local hotel after he was spotted on video confronting four Florida A&M University students in the elevator of a downtown Tallahassee […]
Tallahassee mayor Andrew Gillum pulled off an upset victory Tuesday night when he won Florida’s Democratic primary for governor. If he wins the governorship in November, Gillum is set to […]