August 23, 2014

Friday's Daily Pulse

What you need to know about Florida today

| 4/18/2014

› Royal Caribbean’s Quantum of the Seas to call China home
The Miami-based cruise line announced this week that it will move its new Quantum of the Seas, a 4,180-passenger vessel launching in November, to a new home port of Shanghai after spending just six months in the New York market.

› Florida Tech to hold annual design showcase Friday
Florida Tech students will be exhibiting their design and research projects Friday in the annual Northrop Grumman Engineering and Science Student Design Showcase.

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› Jackson Health System profits declining as budget pressure looms
Jackson Health System saw its profits take a dip in the first half of its fiscal year as its leaders worry about suffering major losses from changes to state funding formulas.

› State gives preliminary approval to lionfish ban
A ban on imports of lionfish into Florida has won preliminary approval from the state's wildlife commission. The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission also wants to make it easier for more people to catch lionfish in the wild.

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