Florida election officials wary of potential tropical system in Atlantic
It’s the last month of hurricane season and there are two tropical disturbances in the Atlantic, one of which may bring troubling weather to Florida on Election Day.
State faces challenges on Medicaid minimum wage
Three health-care groups have challenged how the Florida Agency for Health Care Administration is carrying out a requirement that “direct care” workers get paid a minimum of $15 an hour.
Column: Florida economy, environment thriving in 'goods from the woods'
An economic study by the University of Florida’s Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences shows that forestry and forest products are the top agricultural commodity and leading agricultural export of Florida.
Russia seized their planes. Now South Florida firms sue insurers over alleged loss
The war in Ukraine is creating financial stress for two aircraft leasing companies in South Florida whose planes are being held hostage in Russia.
Manatee Awareness Month: Florida’s sea cows need urgent action to ensure survival
Manatee deaths in Florida topped 1,100 in 2021, according to data from the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission which has also counted more than 700 deaths since the beginning of 2022. Both years saw manatees starving with a lack of seagrass to eat.