A top state economist warned lawmakers Thursday the state could face an economic slowdown next year, even as it becomes more reliant on tourism and faces a possible budget shortfall in coming years.
Florida insurers, including health and life insurance companies, are paying $107 million in rebates. Almost $21 million of the total is being refunded to individuals and the rest to employers.
Fish could be Florida's next big industry and researchers at the University of Florida are helping farmers with the latest technology.
More than half of Floridians are uninsured, delay or skip medical care, or struggle to pay their medical bills because health care is too expensive for them, according to a new survey.
The South Florida Water Management District wants to double the number of its snake hunters and expand other aspects of its nearly three-year-old Python Elimination Program.
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