A large hole cut into the roof of a business was how police said someone managed to get inside early Monday morning to steal lottery tickets, cigarettes and money.
For the first time since 2006, Citizens Property Insurance Corporation’s policy count dropped below 1 million.
State insurance fraud agents call it Operation Leaky Pipes–a countywide effort to bust homeowners who inflated or created water damage in their homes and filed phony insurance claims to have repair work done.
Senator Marco Rubio continues to push a bill he’s proposed to end what he describes as an “Obamacare” bailout.
Nearly 18,000 people in Florida have signed up for federal health insurance under the Affordable Care Act, however, officials fear that the Hispanic count will remain at a low number because of immigration issues.
Senate Republicans failed to generate the votes to kill a bipartisan bill to extend long-term unemployment insurance by three months. The filibuster by some Senate Republicans to the extension fell by a vote of 60-37 Tuesday morning.
As of Wednesday, the much maligned Affordable Care Act went into full effect across the country. The law fundamentally shifts parts of the health care industry and open the door for millions of uninsured Americans to finally afford health care.
Florida hasn’t seen a hurricane since 2005, but that hasn’t stopped property insurance rates from going up.
More than a million people may lose their unemployment insurance in just a few weeks if Congress fails to extend a Great Recession program that increased the number of weeks for which unemployed workers qualify.
The twilight years for some Holocaust survivors in South Florida, like 84-year-old David Schachter, are punctuated with a pain that won’t go away.