- Missouri jobless benefit cuts could test legislative powers Updated: May-31-15 11:13 am
JEFFERSON CITY, Missouri - Missouri's governor says they can't do it. So does a former chief justice. Nonetheless, Republican senators are making plans to enact one of the nation's most restrictive unemployment laws later this year.
- New trial for man who says lover reneged on lottery pact Updated: May-31-15 3:04 am
ORLANDO, Florida - A Seminole County man who sued his ex-girlfriend claiming she reneged on their agreement to split any lotter winnings can get a new trial.
- Man suing his ex for half of $1M prize gets a win in court Updated: May-28-15 5:37 pm
TALLAHASSEE, Florida - A Florida man is still trying to get half of his ex-girlfriend's $1 million lottery prize, eight years after he says she took the winning ticket and left him. He says she reneged on a long-ago promise that they'd split any winnings if either of them hit it big.
- Florida's highest court rules UCF has immunity Updated: May-28-15 4:30 pm
ORLANDO, Florida - A private corporation that runs the University of Central Florida's athletic program won't have to pay $10 million to the family of a football player who died during practice, the Florida Supreme Court ruled Thursday.
- Suspension advised for judge accused of punching attorney Updated: May-20-15 4:23 pm
ORLANDO, Florida - A central Florida judge's sharp tongue and hot temper might soon find him in the judicial penalty box.
- Supreme Court strikes down lawsuit against Florida insurer Updated: May-14-15 5:11 pm
TALLAHASSEE, Florida - The Florida Supreme Court is ruling that the state's major property insurer is immune from certain types of lawsuits.
- Florida Supreme Court turns down case sparked by Gov. Scott Updated: May-11-15 2:02 pm