Home buyers flock to Florida cities devastated by Hurricane Ian
Less than a month after Hurricane Ian caused widespread devastation to southwestern Florida, investors and other buyers are scouring for housing deals in a region where home prices have soared in recent years.
Smallest Florida orange crop forecast since the 1931-1932 season
According to Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services statistics, prior to Hurricane Ian, the initial forecast for the growing season showed overall citrus production down by 31.8%.
State draws challenges over pot license
Weeks after state health officials selected a Suwannee County man to receive a long-awaited medical marijuana license earmarked for a Black farmer, applicants who lost out on joining Florida’s growing cannabis industry are challenging the decision.
What are the latest dates hurricanes have struck Florida?
Hurricanes have struck Florida this late in the hurricane season, but only a handful of times in the 171-year period of record.
Florida’s voting laws are ‘broken,’ felon advocates say following fraud arrests
A Florida voting rights group is calling on state officials to fix what it says is a “broken” Florida voting system after videos of felons being arrested on charges related to voting illegally in 2020 went viral this week.