January 27, 2021
Florida Business News

‘It could be a double whammy.’ Florida scientists worry about Brazilian variant

As the pandemic continues to worsen around the world, scientists are grappling to better understand spin-off versions of the COVID-19 virus — and one of the latest strains poses a particular threat to South Florida.

Florida could expand government use of drones

The use of drones by Florida law enforcement and government agencies could be expanded under a bill approved by a Senate committee.

Florida National Guard General warns troop demand may soon outgrow supply

The Florida National Guard’s top-ranking general cautioned lawmakers on Tuesday that the nation’s growing demand for more Guardsmen may soon overwhelm their ranks.

Citizens Insurance raises rates so you will (hopefully) buy elsewhere

Customers of state-owned Citizens Property Insurance Corp. should prepare to pay more to cover their homes and businesses. And customers who are new to Citizens could soon be required to pay much higher rates.

Naval Air Station Jacksonville cancels April air show due to COVID-19 concerns

The U.S. Navy's Blue Angels won't be flying high, low and upside down this spring at Naval Air Station Jacksonville. After what it called "careful consideration," the Navy base canceled the 2021 NAS Jax Blue Angels Air Show.

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Florida cruise entertainers pivot during pandemic
Florida cruise entertainers pivot during pandemic

The cruise industry is one of the hardest hit during the pandemic. Two Florida cruise enterainers talk about how they have survived with the industry shut down.

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