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Florida Legislature passes condo law

The Florida Legislature voted Tuesday to extend its special session on property insurance to take up legislation toughening inspection sched…

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Florida Gator Hunt Lottery Draws Record 19,358 Applicants

A record number of applicants sought permits for alligator hunting this year, though they had to wait an extra day to find out if they won a…

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Miami officials allow neighborhoods to opt out of protecting peacocks

A 20-year-old Miami-Dade County law protects peacocks from harm and capturing, something Miami commissioner Regalado said had enabled the po…

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Emirates Plans To Increase In Flights To Miami

The airline launched its Miami to Dubai flights for the first time in July 2021, with four weekly flights.

Starting next week, an additio…

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Hollywood moving company ordered to pay $13 million for misleading customers

Ohad Guzi has been ordered to pay $13 million after a federal judge found that he controlled a company that misled customers by using the na…

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Florida’s Job Growth Is Now six times The Rest Of The U.S.

According to a press release from Florida’s Department of Economic Opportunity, the industries gaining the most amount of jobs over th…

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Brightline is returning Nov. 8

Brightline has officially announced it will relaunch its service beginning on Nov. 8 between its Miami, Fort Lauderdale, and West Palm Beach…

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Port St. Lucie amongst the Fastest Growing Cities in the U.S.

Which U.S. cities are growing the fastest? Here are the 20 fastest growing cities in the U.S., based on projected population growth to 2025….

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At least 20 people shot, 2 fatally, outside concert near Miami

Two people were killed and more than 20 people were injured in what police called a “targeted and cowardly act” early Sunday mor…

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Broward restaurant closes temporarily due to staffing shortage

Many businesses in South Florida are struggling to fill low-paying jobs. John Conlon hopes this is temporary. Once this changes, the Histori…

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