Florida Business News
- Florida Memorial Day travel expected to hit highest level in 12 years
The total number of Florida travelers is predicted to be the largest for the holiday in 12 years. The projected 2.08 million Floridians would be an increase of 66,169.
- The last farmer of Florida's prized Zellwood corn is thinking of packing it in
As consumers demand gourmet, local products more than ever, they also want them fast and cheap. And after all it has been through, Florida's most prized corn may be going extinct.
For hundreds of thousands of people in South Florida, flood insurance is a fact of life, whether they’ve ever been flooded or not.
Warm ocean waters could fuel an above-normal Atlantic hurricane season, while storm-suppressing El Niño conditions are expected to be scarce.
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The Florida Trail is one of just 11 national scenic trails in the United States. All are dirt footpaths and were created by Congress.
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With the crack of two bottles of champagne and the blessing from a local priest, Florida’s newest research vessel, the R/V W.T. Hogarth, was christened and launched for the first-time this week. The W.T. Hogarth will be used by the University of South Florida as well as more than two dozen institutions across the state.
Did Gov. Scott do the right thing in vetoing Senate Bill 106, the "whiskey and Wheaties" bill?