Amid the sweeping sawgrass of Everglades National Park are sights and sounds that draw a million visitors every year: alligators and airboats.
What to do with a million used tires? Dump them in the ocean, of course. As unthinkable as that idea is today, back in 1972, that was what Florida environmentalists chose to...
Florida’s avocados are under attack, and the culprit is the invasive redbay ambrosia beetle, which arrived from Thailand 13 years ago in a shipment of wood pallets to...
Hall and half a dozen other American entrepreneurs have begun applying with the U.S. Treasury Department for future licenses to put American tourists willing to pay upwards of...
It’s millionaire vs. millionaire in Aventura, Fla., where the residents of one exclusive island are fighting a developers plans for another.
After decades of serving the country, Mario Hernandez finally was sworn in as a U.S. citizen he’s always been adamantly proud to be, albeit mistakenly.
Construction and development, major economic indicators, are rebounding quite well. But there's a critical concern: the entire nation is experiencing a skilled labor shortage.
A roaring crowd welcomed the Cuban dissident on her first-ever U.S. tour.
His entire life, about the only thing Abraham Shakespeare had going for him was an unforgettable name. To police, he was a druggy and a thief, in and out of trouble with the...
Crime & Courts
What happened in Niceville, Fl., was mean and criminal. One or more very professional, coordinated computer hackers tapped into the records of nearly 300,000 students and...