Tourism A Top Topic During President Obama’s Historic Cuba VisitTourism is a top topic during President Barack Obama's historic visit to Cuba.
Environmentalists Say Scott Budget Doesn't Go Far EnoughGov. Rick Scott is proposing more money for land preservation next year, but environmentalists say the levels fall short of what voters wanted in passing a 2014 constitutional amendment.
Gov. Scott Proposing Bump In Tourism Marketing BudgetUnder Gov. Rick Scott's $79.3 billion budget proposal released Monday in Jacksonville, the state's tourism-marketing arm would receive a boost of $6 million from the current budget.
Senate Still Skeptical About Scott Corporate Cash DemandsState senators still aren't buying Gov. Rick Scott's argument that Florida's business recruitment agency is running short of the cash needed to close corporate relocation deals.
How To Prepare For A Cross-Country Road TripFive tips to get you started on a cross-country trip of America
America's Most Patriotic Summer Vacation SpotsThe U.S.A. boasts all-American tourist spots from sea to shining sea.
Florida Tourism Numbers Are UpFlorida's tourism numbers are up in the first three months of the year.
Hip And Homelessness An Unlikely ComboWynwood is a cacophony of color, art galleries, sidewalk cafes, tourist buses rolling through. The area north of Downtown Miami just a few years ago was a blighted, crime ridden poverty pit, but it is evolving as a must-see location for visitors in Miami.
Welcome Sign Sends Miami Beach Visitors Wrong MessageMiami Beach is known around the world as a tourist mecca so officials there are a little red in the face today after a sign welcoming tourists to the area briefly offered a confusing message.
How To Stay Healthy When TravelingHere are some practical tips to help prevent you from getting sick while traveling.
GOP Rep. Wants To Make State A "Medical" Tourist DestinationFlorida has beautiful beaches, amazing theme parks and several major ports which host a thriving cruise industry. Now a north Florida Republican wants the state to market itself as a "medical tourism" destination.
Ithaca Website "Surrenders" To Cold, Recommends Going To Florida Keys Instead