Wave of Puerto Rican evacuees may shift Florida landscape
Thousands fleeing the humanitarian crisis left by Hurricane Maria may impact schools, jobs and politics.
Feds say it’s “inappropriate” to calculate greenhouse gas emissions from controversial Florida pipeline
Appeals court had ordered Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to address the climate change impact of the Sabal Trail Pipeline
You know John Morgan the heavy drinker, now meet John Morgan the holy roller
The possible candidate for governor calls himself a “compassionate capitalist.”
Agency chief to Florida nursing homes: Get backup generators, gas by Nov. 15
He wants the industry to use the lessons learned from Hurricane Irma to better prepare for the future.
On the run with Sen. Bill Nelson, no signs of slowing down
“I feel like I’m still at peak performance,” the Florida senator says.
Florida’s ‘toxic’ services tax of 1987, and why it matters 30 years later
On reflection, always-quotable Stipanovich says: ‘Boy, were we stupid’