Florida Business News
- Will Visit Florida budget cuts help other states win tourists?
The Florida legislature’s decision to slash $50 million from the state’s tourism marketing budget could make it easier for other vacation destinations, like Michigan, to snag summer tourists.
- Florida's bone dry and burning while rest of U.S. is soaking wet
Spring dumped so much rain on the U.S. that most of the country is drought-free for the first time in decades. But not Florida.
The 2017 Atlantic hurricane season is forecast to be more active than historical averages regarding the number of named storms and hurricanes, according to the latest outlook .
Central Florida is withering — literally. The tally in the rainfall gauge for the month of April in Orlando tapped out at zero.
Florida officials are raising concerns about drug use at hurricane shelters, saying they aren't equipped to care for them and others with other medical and mental health needs.
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