Could 2023 be the cruise industry's comeback year in Florida?
More Americans are planning on taking a cruise in 2023, which bodes well for Florida’s cruise industry. A number of factors are making cruises look more attractive to families and singles this year.
AI firm to map Jacksonville inch-by-inch. How might its findings affect homeowners' bills?
When computers someday run the world, a contract that Jacksonville City Hall just awarded could help them track what’s going on in your backyard.
Delray Beach firm says it has 'innovative' plan, state calls it a scam
Thousands of Sunshine State homeowners were duped by a Delray Beach-based company into signing 40-year sales contracts that amount to liens on their properties with hefty repercussions for breaking the agreement, according to a Florida attorney general’s lawsuit.
Russian founder of cryptocurrency exchange arrested in Miami
The founder and senior executive of cryptocurrency exchange Bitzlato was arrested on Tuesday in Miami and charged with directing the company to knowingly transmit funds derived from cybercrimes and other illicit activity.
Recent cold fronts were good news for Tampa Bay’s red tide situation. At least for now.
The snapshot of the current conditions offshore of Tampa Bay — compared to the bloom’s peak last month — is a hopeful sign that things could be trending in the right direction. At least for now.