April 29, 2017
Florida Business News

Flood of Cuban migrants to United States shrinks to a trickle

The flood of Cubans to the United States via perilous journeys by sea or land has turned into a mere trickle since the end of the U.S. preferential asylum policy for them.

Florida officials: No Zika found in mosquito samples so far

Florida agriculture officials say no mosquitoes in the state have tested positive for the Zika virus so far this year.

Judge halts part of legal challenge to Lido Beach renourishment

A judge has halted part of the Siesta Key Association’s legal challenges to the plan to renourish Lido Key beaches with sand from Big Pass.

Energy company plans solar farm in northeast Pasco

An alternative energy company is proposing to build and operate a 90-acre, 15-megawatt solar panel farm in rural Pasco County.

Orlando's female doctors face large wage gap

Female physicians in Orlando have one of the largest gender-based wage gaps in the nation, earning 30 percent less than their male counterparts.

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