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December 10, 2018
Florida Business News

Florida growers battle to keep citrus industry thriving

Florida’s citrus industry still contributes an estimated $8 billion a year to the state economy, despite its longtime battle against greening.

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Florida's water future: Where is it going? Where will it come from?

Florida’s problem isn’t a lack of water, but where it is, how it’s used, where it gets dumped when we’re through with it, and how much it will cost by 2035.

Hotel arms race in Orlando's convention industry

Hotels across Central Florida have been doing what they can to compete for added convention dollars by expanding meeting space capacity.

Report: Florida schools fail to report many crimes to state

Many serious crimes that take place on Florida school campuses are never reported to the state as required by law.

For-profit prison companies back criminal justice reform. It could be good for business.

A bipartisan push in Congress backed by President Donald Trump to slow America’s rising prison population has a puzzling supporter: A Boca Raton-based for-profit prison company.

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Students flip over their video chat with the first Cuban-American in space
Students flip over their video chat with the first Cuban-American in space

Dr. Serena Auñon-Chancellor is aboard the International Space Station and she is the first Cuban-American in Space. On Friday she used Skype to talk with elementary school students at the Mandelstam School in South Miami. 

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