October 4, 2023
Florida Business News

Florida hit by Canadian smoke from historic wildfire season

A cloud of Canadian wildfire smoke smothered most of the Sunshine State in haze Tuesday, adding Florida to a list of U.S. states affected by a historic season of flames up north.

Driving climate conversations

Miami is considered especially vulnerable to sea level rise fueled by climate change. It’s also becoming an epicenter for resiliency initiatives to mitigate impact on the city and its residents.

Florida Supreme Court to hear arguments on recreational marijuana initiative

An initiative that aims to put recreational marijuana on the 2024 ballot still has a massive hurdle to clear in the Florida Supreme Court.

A new era for Cuban migrants: Some can’t get green cards despite decades-old law

For nearly six decades, Cuban migrants have enjoyed a fast track to permanent residence in the United States through the Cuban Adjustment Act.

Florida announces more locations, dates for hurricane victims to receive federal benefits

More than a month after Hurricane Idalia made landfall on Florida’s Gulf Coast as a Category 3 storm, many victims of the storm are still dealing with material and economic insecurity.

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Miami dolphins surprise students, aim to tackle mental health issues, bullying in schools
Miami dolphins surprise students, aim to tackle mental health issues, bullying in schools

Students from Madison Middle School received a special prize from the Miami Dolphins Tuesday morning.

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