Tuesday, November 21, 2017

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Jeremy Wallace, Times / Herald Tallahassee bureau

Jeremy Wallace, Times / Herald Tallahassee bureau

Jeremy Wallace covers state government and politics in Tallahassee for the Tampa Bay Times. Prior to joining the Times in 2015, he spent 15 years covering state and local politics in Florida, most recently for the Sarasota Herald-Tribune. He previously covered Washington, D.C., for the Boston Globe and the Detroit Free-Press. He grew up in San Antonio, Texas, and holds a bachelor's degree in journalism from the University of Missouri. He and his wife have three children.



State data shows FHP troopers are not writing violations for speeding or other infractions like they did back in 2011, even though there's 1 million more licensed drivers in Florida.

Lost Highway: As FHP struggles to recruit, speeding tickets plummet

The agency struggles to recruit new troopers.
Updated: 6 months ago

As FHP struggles to recruit, speeding tickets plummet

The number of speeding tickets written by Florida state troopers has plunged three straight years as the agency grapples with a personnel shortage and high turnover. While that might be good news for highway travelers who want to speed this...
Updated: 6 months ago