December 5, 2022
Florida Business News

Beach tourism could take years to rebound from damage by Ian

The biggest industry in Southwest Florida may be facing its toughest challenge ever: The re-opening after Hurricane Ian's catastrophic damage.

Disney battles to preserve the powers of its kingdom in Florida

Florida lawmakers may reverse the decision to strip Walt Disney of the right to govern the land that includes Disney World, restoring many of the provisions of the special governing jurisdiction.

COVID-19 cases spike across Florida after Thanksgiving holiday

Some Florida counties have seen a spike in COVID-19 cases following the Thanksgiving holiday, according to the Florida Department of Health. Across Florida, FDOH reported 18,761 new cases last week,.

Florida expected to be hotbed for wildfires in early 2023

The ingredients are aligning for parts of Florida to be active for wildfires in 2023, despite two hurricanes making landfall in 2022, leading to torrential rainfall.

Agents in drug war must walk a ‘fine line.’ In Florida, more than a few have crossed it

Ever since the United States declared a war on drugs during the Nixon presidency, the federal agency charged with leading the battle — the Drug Enforcement Administration — has been dogged by scandals, more than a few of them with Florida connections.

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