Altmed Florida brings popular edible Medical Cannabis brand Wana Brands to its Dispensaries

Edible THC-infused medical marijuana gummies – Courtesy: Shutterstock – Image By Marla Diaz Medical marijuana patients in Florida now have access to some of the most potent and effective cannabis-infused edibles on the market. Altmed, the parent company of MÜV dispensaries, has partnered up with Wana Brands in an exclusive agreement to bring the sought after

Florida-Georgia river system battle will be heard by U.S. Supreme Court

U.S. Supreme Court. Courtesy: Image by Mark Thomas from Pixabay The U.S. Supreme Court is scheduled to hear a long-awaited case about a river system that lies along the Florida-Georgia state line next month. After years of back and forth arguments, the case about dividing the water in the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee-Flint river system stretching from Florida’s

Florida Insider Recognized by Google as Credible News Source and listed on Google News App

Google News App displayed on smartphone. Courtesy: Shutterstock-photo By rafapress It is with great pleasure that we announce to you—our readers, that Florida Insider has officially been listed on the Google News App as a credible news source and can be added to personal news feeds now! Available for download on all platforms and regions the Google

Key West International Airport has enlisted the help of a COVID, germ zapping robot?

UVD Robot testing cleaning protocols. Courtesy: Monroe County BOCC Facebook The Monroe County airport has enlisted the help of a brand new, autonomous, germ zapping, COVID killing machine at its Key West International Airport (EYW). Beginning Friday, the robot cleaner produced by UVD Robots will begin patrolling the airport after hours and will emit ultraviolet

How Walt Disney World Goes From Spooky to Winter Wonderland Practically Overnight

Magic Kingdom’s Cinderella Castle decorated for holiday celebration. Courtesy: Image by peridotmaize from Pixabay Ever wondered how long it takes to change the extravagant adornment between the seasonal transitions at Disney World? Just when you’ve begun to imagine the sheer magnitude of the land owned by Disney, you’re probably still missing the nooks and crannies

Despite Travel Advisory Heading Into Thanksgiving Weekend South Florida Airports Are Packed

Family with two children going on holiday, wearing face masks at the airport. Courtesy: Shutterstock – Photo By Halfpoint Despite cautionary health advisories issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention pertaining to the 2020 holiday season, people seem to be ignoring the advice and are traveling in droves.  Historically speaking, Thanksgiving weekend is one

Florida Tourism Numbers Down More Than 30 Percent According To Q3 Data, But There Is Hope

Courtesy: Image by Stela Di from Pixabay Visit Florida released its data regarding the current state of Florida’s tourism numbers for the third quarter of 2020. And let’s say the numbers were not where we’d like them to be, but for obvious reasons. According to the data collected, the state’s tourism numbers were down 31.8

Meet the Naples-saurus: Monster-like Alligator roams Florida Golf Course like it owns the place

Courtesy: Tyler Stolting via Valencia Golf and Country Club Facebook Godzilla is that you? Check out this monster-sized alligator roaming the Valencia Golf and Country Club early Wednesday morning.  Courtesy: Tyler Stolting via Valencia Golf and Country Club Facebook The video was captured by Tyler Stolting, the first assistant golf professional, who was driving by

Immersive Patient Digital Smart Rooms being implemented by Florida Health System

Courtesy: Shutterstock – Photo By Stokkete Step aside, smartphones… smart rooms for hospital patients are the new thing across one Florida healthcare system that aims to convert all of its patient rooms into a fully immersive digital experience.  Last week, NCH Healthcare System, a leading healthcare system in Southwest Florida, announced that it would be implementing

Florida becomes largest clean-air state in the nation; meets all EPA air-quality standards

Courtesy: EPA meeting at Simmons Park, Ruskin, Fla. Photo by EPA The United States Environmental Protection Agency announced on Thursday, Oct. 22, that Florida satisfied all six of its air quality standards. Ruskin, Fla., was the site of the news conference that held the announcement. Florida Department of Environmental Protection Deputy Secretary for Regulatory Programs