Tourism, Beach Business At Risk Over Zika Concerns Zika concerns could prompt a potential blow to Miami Beach businesses and Miami-Dade's $24.4 billion tourism industry.
First Reported Case Of Tourist Contracting Zika While Vacationing In MiamiA tourist contracted Zika while on vacation in Miami.
State Hits Record Tourism NumbersGovernor Rick Scott is expected to announce a bump in the tourism numbers during a stop in Ft. Myers on Friday.
Zika Impact On Tourism Could Take Time To Play OutWith Florida battling a Zika virus outbreak in Miami, the full impacts of federal and international travel advisories on the state's tourism industry won't be known for months.
Mr. 305 Touts Florida's "Sexy Beaches" In New VideoThe state's tourism marketing agency latest campaign to lure visitors to Florida is none other than Mr. 305 himself and a bevy of beauties having fun at the beach.
Travel & Leisure Names Miami 'America's Rudest City'According to Travel + Leisure’s readers, Miami has been crowned the rudest city is all of the United States.
Brexit Could Hurt Florida TourismBritish voters' decision to leave the European Union --- a choice popularly known as "Brexit" --- could hurt Florida's tourism industry, according to the Florida Chamber of Commerce.
Tourists Escape Kentucky Cave Through Neck-Deep WaterThe 19 tourists who were trapped in a Kentucky cave have waded through neck-deep water to get out, said authorities.
Florida Posts Tourism Boom For 1st QuarterA record number of tourists visited the Sunshine State during the first quarter of this year.
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.