The U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds will be grounded for this year’s Lauderdale Air Show in April as a result of the federal budget sequester.
The Southernmost City is one of just four cities in the United States where the median income for women exceeds that of men.
Florida’s state general revenue collections are exceeding expectations. Translation: the state is making more money.
Bank regulators seized a Naples, Fla.-based bank this week, forcing customers to take their money elsewhere.
After being convicted on three campaign finance-related corruption charges, former Deerfield Beach Commissioner Steve Gonot will spend 364 days in jail and serve five years probation.
Miami Mayor Tomás Regalado has picked an interim chief financial officer to lead the city through its latest budget woes. Scott Simpson, finance chief of the Miami Parking Authority who earlier in his career served as the city’s finance director, will spend the next three months looking for ways to balance the 2012 budget.
Homeowners frustrated by the increasing insurance costs gathered Saturday afternoon to protest future rate hikes being proposed in the state legislature.
Two South Florida post offices will close permanently due to a decrease in revenue, the United States Postal Service announced Monday.