Florida Business News
- Spike in unlikely voters weighing in on Florida's primary
Almost half of the mail ballots returned so far for Tuesday's primary election have come from Floridians who voted in either one or zero of the past four primary elections.
- Tropical system headed for South Florida becoming less organized
While the forecast for Florida remained in flux, the system is likely to have a significant impact in the Caribbean over the weekend..
Physicians from Orlando-based Florida Hospital are getting schooled in military history — and it's helping them lead differently.
The Biscayne Aquifer, which provides municipal drinking water for many Floridians, sits directly underneath the Everglades.
The multiplatinum pop and hip-hop star is no longer a paid tourism ambassador for Visit Florida.
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Dr. Karen Holbrook, interim president of Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, lists the features, amenities and developments that make the school an appealing choice, and describes the Embry-Riddle University system's reach and research.
This weekend, what will you be doing to get ready for the (possible) tropical system headed to Florida?