Senate debates COVID-19 relief bill

President Joe Biden has agreed to a compromise with moderate Democrats in the U.S. Senate to narrow the income eligibility for the next round of the coronavirus stimulus payments.

DeSantis delivers State of the State Address

Gov. Ron DeSantis formally launched the 2021 legislative session Tuesday with a State of the State address that touted the state’s actions during the COVID-19 pandemic and touched on hot-button issues that lawmakers will face over the next 60 days.

U.S. Senate take up COVID relief bill

The $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief bill, approved in the House over the weekend, is now making its way to the Senate. The legislation would provide select Americans another stimulus check and expand unemployment assistance.

DeSantis, Cruz headline CPAC Day 2

It is day two of the Conservative Political Action Conference, or CPAC, and there are a lot of bigwigs in Orlando, from Governor Ron DeSantis to U.S. Senator Ted Cruz. The governor welcomed everybody to town by highlighting the state's lacks COVID restrictions.

CPAC kicks off Thursday in Orlando

CPAC kicks off Thursday in Orlando, and it all leads up to Sunday's guest speaker, former President Donald Trump. The host hotel, the Hyatt Regency, is sold out, and with thousands of people expected to show up, a lot of safety precautions are in place

CPAC to bring thousands to Orlando

Thousands of people will gather in Orlando this week for the Conservative Political Action Conference. It starts Thursday and wraps up on Sunday with former President Donald Trump speaking.

Bill offers reparations for descendants of Ocoee Massacre

There is a push to pay reparations to the descendants of the Ocoee Massacre victims. The massacre, which occurred the day of the U.S. presidential election in 1920, was the result of a violent attack by a white mob on African-American residents. State Senator Randolph Bracy wants the proposed reparations to come in the form of an expanded scholarship program.

New video shown at Trump impeachment trial

New video shows Vice President Mike Pence being rushed to safety during the Jan. 6 Capital Riot. Pence and several other lawmakers could be seen leaving the Senate chamber as rioters started to take over the building. That video was shown during day two of former President Donald Trump's impeachment trial.

New policing proposals introduced

Some lawmakers are calling for all of Florida's law enforcement agencies to require body cameras for their officers. They also want to see the stand-your-ground law repealed or revised.

Florida's school voucher program could be revamped

Florida's school voucher program is getting an overhaul. The new proposal would expand eligibility, consolidate choice programs, and allow parents to use savings accounts backed by taxpayer dollars for private schools.