Here's one more sign Florida's jobs market is reviving: the state trust fund used to pay unemployment benefits to hundreds of thousands of jobless every week is finally out of the red.
n its quest to downsize the Kennedy Space Center, NASA has found a friend in Florida, which intends to spend $20 million over the next year to help shift shuttle-era facilities into private sector hands.
Cubans appear to be growing more optimistic about ruler Raul Castro’s economic reforms and large majorities favor direct elections of their president but say the government is repressive.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration said there is a 70 percent chance that this year will be more active than an average hurricane season.
One of the most audacious and lucrative efforts to expand gambling in Florida seems to be quietly fading away -- at least for now.