Fact or fake: Ron DeSantis says three new toll roads approved by the Legislature are similar to the Wekiva Parkway in the way they're being planned. Are they?
Fact or fake: Is Rick Scott correct in blaming Chuck Schumer for the Senate's failure to pass a disaster bill to help Florida's Panhandle and other regions?
Fact or Fake: Ron DeSantis said that people can look at private school graduation rates as a means of holding them accountable. We rate that statement Fake.
State Sen. Travis Hutson, sponsor of a bill to stop cities from banning certain types of sunscreen, says those bans would mean tourists "can't buy sunscreen to protect your children..." That's fake.
Orange County's annual report on the convention center said county residents don't have to pay the 6 percent tourist tax on hotel and motel rooms and other lodging. That's fake.
U.S. Rep. Darren Soto said Hurricane Maria was the worst natural disaster in modern U.S. history. We rate his statement fact.
Winter Park incumbent Commissioner Pete Weldon said his opponent, Todd Weaver, broke city rules by renting his property on Airbnb for less than a month at a time. We rated that claim Mostly Fact.
Speaker of the House Jose Oliva told journalists recently that Miami Beach flooding is caused by sinking land due to development. That's true in a few areas of Miami Beach, but it's a relatively minor and temporary contributor. We rate his statement Mostly Fake.
Fact or Fake? State Rep. Anthony Sabatini told the Orlando Sentinel recently that none of the warnings by university officials about guns on campus have come to pass. Anecdotally, they have. So we rated his statement Mostly Fake.
The Sentinel is launching a new fact-checking feature called Fact or Fake and readers are invited to submit statements they want checked for accuracy.