The storm could cause more than $30 billion in property losses at a time when insurance companies in the state are losing money.
The number of people showing up for free hot meals has more than doubled since the pandemic began, the CEO of HOPE South Florida says.
In Osceola County, many people are living in motels that offer limited facilities for long-term stays during a pandemic.
Activist groups are helping formerly incarcerated Floridians vote by paying their outstanding fees and fines
Legal challenges to the fees continue, but they're not likely to succeed before Election Day.
A new ruling means anyone with a felony conviction in Florida must pay fees, fines and restitution before they can vote.
One Florida county has been seeing a warehouse construction boom since before COVID-19.
Since January, the state has been promoting orange juice, using digital ads.
Disney has plans to reopen its Florida theme park next month, despite a workers' petition calling for them to reconsider.