The program was modeled after a similar one approved by Miami-Dade County last year that has seen success in the few months since receiving funding.
The lottery for Florida's coveted quota liquor license provides versatility for business owners and a lucrative opportunity for individuals.
A preliminary report by the University of Florida estimates up to $370 million in agricultural losses from Idalia, which barreled through rural areas of North Florida.
Nutrients from stormwater and reclaimed water are feeding red tide algae blooms, according to findings from a peer-reviewed study out of the University of Florida.
In 2021, Tiffany Carr agreed to pay millions to settle lawsuits centered on the state’s attempt to claw back “exorbitant” compensation paid to coalition leaders.
After a record number of deaths last year in Miami-Dade jails, the corrections department may face sanctions if it doesn't show improvement by the fall.
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