Florida Business News
- Florida debt drops again after jumping up last year
Florida's overall debt stood at $24.1 billion at the end of June. That's a decrease of $1.6 billion over the previous fiscal year.
- About a third of insurance claims from Florida's 2016 hurricanes were denied
Nearly one out of every three people who have put in a damage claim from the two hurricanes that hit Florida this year won't receive a nickel to cover the cost.
The final price tag for the Southeast Financial Center, the largest office building in Florida, came even larger than initially reported.
The state plans to ask the U.S. Supreme Court to revisit a landmark case in which justices struck down as unconstitutional Florida's death-penalty sentencing procedure.
Thirteen Cuban migrants arrived early Tuesday in the Florida Keys amid an ongoing surge in sea crossings.
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Weston teenager Estefano Reano, who had been on Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital’s heart transplant wait list for two years, wished for a new heart after blowing out his birthday candles. The call came that night.
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