Florida Business News
- Gov. Scott vetoes 'whiskey and Wheaties' bill
Scott's veto, his first this year, keeps in place a decades-old law requiring hard spirits to be sold in separate facilities from stores selling groceries and other goods.
- Florida researchers pioneering new way to protect fish
Florida researchers are working to modernize the way fish populations are counted, managed and protected.
The Florida Hurricane Catastrophe Fund is in its strongest financial position ever, but state officials may bolster the fund.
Four years after they were shut down by the government and a scandal led to the resignation of a lieutenant governor, Internet cafes are cropping up again across Florida.
Zika began spreading in Florida mosquitoes about three months before infections showed up in the Miami area last summer.
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Take a trip back in time to Tomoka State Park, where the where the Timucuan Native American village known as Nocoroco once stood.
Did Gov. Scott do the right thing in vetoing Senate Bill 106, the "whiskey and Wheaties" bill?