In a move that could send the state of Florida into a clash with the federal government, Governor Rick Scott said Friday he will sign a bill that makes it illegal for Florida tax dollars to be spent on companies that do business directly or indirectly with Cuba.
If the Sunshine State seemed a little more crowded to you last year, it was.
From the sun soaked beaches of South Florida and the Gulf to the House of the Mouse near Orlando, Florida posted record tourism numbers in 2011.
If reports that a banned fungicide had been found in orange juice sold in the US had you cutting back your consumption of OJ, the Feds say it’s OK to loose the juice. It confirmed the banned product is in the imported juice, but said the levels are so low it poses no health hazard.
Florida has sometimes been called “God’s Waiting Room” for the older population that often retires to the Sunshine State. But, it turns out that phrase may apply to the Deep South, but not necessarily to Florida, according to a new study.
Gov. Rick Scott has announced two Canadian companies will be creating about 110 new jobs in Florida. Scott made the announcement Friday in Toronto at the end of a five-day Canadian trade mission.
Governor Rick Scott has announced that Canadian armored car and ATM maintenance company Garda World Security Corp, is moving its U.S. headquarters from Pasadena, California, to Boca Raton effective this month.
Walking down Lincoln Road on Miami Beach, you’ll see dozens of people surfing the net on smartphones and laptop computers. But, believe it or not, the U.S. isn’t the country that spends the most time on the Internet.
A ten-month, 4,500 mile kayaking trip up the East Coast will be the backdrop as one man researches how human beings have impacted sensitive environmental areas in a negative way.
A man wanted in Fort Lauderdale for his alleged involvement in a 1995 crime has been arrested as he entered the United States from Canada.