Florida lawmakers approve arming teachers with guns in classrooms
Florida teachers will be able to carry guns in classrooms after undergoing police-style training and a psychiatric evaluation. Opponents say fewer guns should be on schools and the policy is prone to deadly accidents.
FBI's wray says mailed bombs were not hoax devices
FBI Director Chris Wray speaks at a news conference about the arrest of a Florida man in connection with mailing at least 13 suspected explosive devices that targeted high-profile Democrats.
Suspect in latest Florida school shooting: 'I shot through the door'
Sky Bouche, the suspect who police say opened fire on another student at Forest High School, says he's 'sorry' as he is walked out by authorities on his way to jail.
Florida House passes gun legislation
The Florida House passed a school safety bill that includes new restrictions on rifle sales and a programme to arm some teachers, sending the measure to the governor for his signature.
'Never Again': The students pushing for US gun control
Many of the students who survived a horrific February 14 high school shooting in Florida have become activists demanding changes to US gun laws. Their campaign could well mark a turning point for an issue that has left previous generations at a partisan impasse.
'Never again': Florida school students become new face of US gun reform
Florida students have been rallying for more gun control after last week's deadly school shooting. Some papers wonder: could this be the start of a new student-led social movement in the US?
Animals are freezing in Florida
Fish are dying in Florida, frozen iguanas are falling from trees, manatees are seeking out warmer water and sea turtles are being rescued from frigid water during this January cold snap.
Tiger Woods pleads guilty to reckless driving in Florida
Golfer Tiger Woods pleaded guilty on Friday to reckless driving and agreed to enter a program for first-time offenders to avoid a conviction for driving under the influence.