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A year-and-a-half late and $1 million short

Aug 23, 2019

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Iguana control businesses in Florida kept busy

by Verónica Zaragovia Jul 25, 2019
Growing numbers of green iguanas, an invasive species in Florida, mean the business of iguana control is booming.
Perry Colato, co-owner of Redline Iguana Removal, holds a green iguana he caught using a cage trap in South Florida. His business is about a year old.
Verónica Zaragovia

Affordable housing plan is music to the ears of artists

by Nadege Green Jun 24, 2019
Homeownership gives creatives a place to live and work.
Christina Pritchard in the townhouse
Nadege Green

In memory of her daughter, a Florida mom opens a prom store ... where everything is free

by Nadege Green May 28, 2019
Regina Talabert opened up a free prom pop-up store in tribute to her daughter Noricia.
Regina Talabert holds up a dress.
Nadege Green

Florida's new governor brings a new approach to climate change

by Amy Green May 24, 2019
Under former governor Rick Scott, Florida state employees said — and documents confirmed — there was a ban on using the term "climate change." Instead of "sea level rise," employees were instructed to say "nuisance flooding."
A woman walks through flooded streets in the rural migrant worker town of Immokalee, which was especially hard hit by Hurricane Irma on September 13, 2017 in Immokalee, Florida.
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The hidden junk economy on the Miami River

by , and May 10, 2019
Despite its lack of order, it works.
Wilson Simon sorts through used mattresses for resale in Port-de-Paix, Haiti. A mattress is one of the most sought after commodities in the underground, break-bulk shipping industry between Miami and Haiti and is considered to be “gold” among vendors.
Rowan Moore Gerety

Company wins court battle over exploratory oil drilling in Florida Everglades

by Maria Bakkalapulo Mar 20, 2019
After years of legal battles, a Miami-based company won the right to carry out exploratory oil drilling in the Florida Everglades.
After years of legal battles, a Miami-based company won the right to carry out exploratory oil drilling in the Florida Everglades.
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After multiple natural disasters, Florida residents have fewer options for insurance coverage

by Maria Bakkalapulo Jan 30, 2019
Larger insurance providers have been cutting back on Floridians' property insurance coverage.
Donnie Young reacts after seeing one of his houses in Port St. Joe beach, Florida, on October 13, 2018, three days after Hurricane Michael hit the area.
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What Art Basel Miami says about the economy

by Renata Sago Dec 7, 2018
This weekend's show, one of the world's most important, combines modern art, celebrities and big business.
JiaJia Fei checks out the Tobias Rehberger art installation on display during the opening day of Art Basel on Dec. 2, 2015, in Miami Beach, Florida.
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Keeping the family recycling business afloat

by Sean McHenry Nov 29, 2018
There have been rough years before, but this year may be the toughest.
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This is the most expensive gas station in America

by Janet Nguyen Nov 20, 2018
Why would a station charge nearly $6 for a gallon of gas?
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