March 20, 2018
Florida Business News

Florida set another tourism record in 2017, in spite of Irma

In 2017, 116.5 million visitors came to the state, which set a record -- despite losing 1.8 million visitors due to Hurricane Irma.

Constitution Revision Commission narrows down proposals for 2018 ballot

Dozens of proposals that could affect how Florida's government works are up for discussion at the state Capitol at the once-every-two-decades Constitution Revision Commission.

Winn-Dixie parent replacing Orlando store with Hispanic supermarket Fresco y Más

The parent company of Winn-Dixie is bringing its Hispanic grocery concept Fresco y Más to Orlando, two years after launching the concept in South Florida.

Coast to Coast Florida bike trail sparks hotels, shops

Entrepreneurs across Central Florida have opened inns and bike shops in hopes of benefiting from a bike trail that’s carving a path through the state.

Body cameras now standard gear for Florida cops. But not in Tampa Bay

When it comes to outfitting officers with body cameras, Tampa Bay is marching in place while the rest of the state is making the devices a standard piece of gear.

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Groundbreaking for new Miami Open site at Hard Rock Stadium
Groundbreaking for new Miami Open site at Hard Rock Stadium

Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross and Serena Williams took part in a groundbreaking ceremony at Hard Rock Stadium, the future site of the Miami Tennis Open on March 19, 2018.

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