With deadline looming, environmental groups push Florida to oppose expanding Gulf drilling
To win support for its climate-fighting Inflation Reduction Act earlier this year, the White House included a perk for the oil and gas industry: expanded new drilling leases in the Gulf of Mexico.
Florida's jobless rate inches down in November following a brief Hurricane Ian surge in claims
The November rate of 2.6% was down from 2.7% in October. An estimated 280,000 Floridians qualified as unemployed in November.
Where is the red tide in Florida? What to know about the toxic bloom along the coast
The organism that causes red tide, Karenia brevis, was found in 88 samples over the past week in waters from Pinellas County south to Monroe County.
Baker Act exams among Florida children reach historic new high
While the total number of Baker Act exams performed on adults in Florida is down, more of these involuntary mental health exams were done on kids during the fiscal year 2020-2021 than ever before.
Amazon failed to record some warehouse injuries, including in Florida, says OSHA
Amazon failed to properly record work-related injuries at warehouses located in five states, a federal agency said Friday while announcing it issued more than a dozen citations during the course of its ongoing investigation of the company.