The number of Floridians who filed new unemployment claims last week remained almost unchanged from the previous week, suggesting some stabilization in job losses.
On Thursday, NOAA announced the basin is likely in for another above-average hurricane season. If it proves to be an active season, it could be the fifth consecutive above-average hurricane season.
Three quarters of the desired change in human activity to slow the virus happened without state lockdown mandates, says research by Florida Atlantic University economics professor William Luther.
A data breach at the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity exposed personal information about 98 people applying for unemployment compensation, the state agency revealed Thursday.
Some wonders of nature continue happening despite the global pandemic, and sea turtle nesting season is no exception. In Florida, those turtles are off to a strong start.
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