Third Of Florida's Vets From Vietnam War EraAs the nation marks Veterans Day in observance of those who have served our country, new numbers show a plurality of vets in the state served during the Vietnam War era.
Household Income Approaches Prerecession LevelMedian household income in Florida has returned to the same range as it was before the recession.
Rate Of Uninsured Drops To 16.6 Percent In FloridaThe rate of Floridians without health insurance dropped to 16.6 percent last year.
Orlando Top Spot For Residents Leaving Puerto Rico The majority of Puerto Ricans moving to the mainland opted for Central Florida, according to the U.S. Census Bureau data released Tuesday.
Florida Leads Nation In Number Of New Self-Employed JobsThe Sunshine State, new numbers shows, has created the most jobs with people working for themselves of any state in the nation, and positions in real estate and rentals led the way.
Florida Has 6 Of The Nation's Fastest-Growing Metro Areas Florida is climbing the ranks of the most populous states and fast-growing cities, according to new data released by the U.S. Census Bureau.
Florida Has Highest Number Of Enrollees Under Health LawFlorida has become the state with the highest number of people buying health insurance under the Affordable Care Act.
Census: Florida Now The Third Most Populous StateFlorida has now surpassed New York as the third most populous state in the country according to new numbers released on Tuesday by U.S. Census Bureau.
Young Adults Earn Less, Live With Parents MoreIf it feels like your kids are never going to leave home, you might be onto something. Right now young adults in Florida are earning less, are less likely to marry and are more likely to be living with their parents than in years past.
In Florida, Service Workers Come From Elsewhere Newly released data shows how much of Florida's workers are from out-of-state as well as where they came from before moving to Florida in 2012.
Hawks' Owner To Sell Team Due To Inappropriate Email Atlanta Hawks co-owner Bruce Levenson said Sunday he is selling his controlling interest in the team, in part due to an inflammatory email he said he wrote in an attempt "to bridge Atlanta's racial sports divide."