President Biden set to visit Florida after Hurricane Ian’s devastating impact

President Joe Biden speaking at podium – Courtesy: Shutterstock – Image by lev radin President Joe Biden is set to visit the Sunshine State on Wednesday, October 5, following the catastrophic impacts of Hurricane Ian in the southwestern portion of the state. First Lady Jill Biden will join him, the White House announced. The White

Florida State Seminoles offer football game tickets to Florida residents displaced by Hurricane Ian

Florida State University offering free football tickets to those affected by Hurricane Ian – Courtesy: Shutterstock – Image by: Felix Mizioznikov Florida State University is giving away free tickets to Saturday’s homecoming football game to those who have been displaced by the devastating hurricane that recently hit the Sunshine State. According to FSU athletic director

Over 2 million Florida residents left without power as Hurricane Ian ravages coast

Power outage – Power outages due to Hurricane Ian affect FL residents – Courtesy: Shutterstock – Image by: Memory Stockphoto Hurricane Ian hit Florida so hard that its winds were just a few miles per hour short of developing into a Category 5 storm as it made landfall in the Sunshine State on Wednesday. Not

Asbury Automotive Group and CarMax close Florida locations as Hurricane Ian grows into Category 4 storm

CarMax Dealership – Hurricane Ian closes several dealerships throughout FL. – Courtesy: Shutterstock – Image by: George Sheldon Several dealership groups located in Florida scrambled to close their stores Tuesday as Hurricane Ian ravaged the Gulf Coast, threatening much of the Sunshine State with flooding, tornadoes, high winds, and widespread property damage. At around 5

NASA halts moon rocket launch due to Hurricane Ian

NASA halts space launch due to Hurricane Ian – Pictured: Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex – Courtesy: Shutterstock – Image by: Allard One CAPE CANAVERAL, Fl. – NASA is delaying next week’s launch attempt of its new moon rocket as Hurricane Ian strengthens to a Category 2. This is the third delay this past month

Florida cities take nearly half of top 10 places to retire list

Senior couple looking to retire walking together on beach – Courtesy: Shutterstock – Image by iseeu2 When it comes to choosing a place to spend your retirement years, several cities in the Sunshine State take up nearly half of the top 10 spots, according to WalletHub’s 2022 Best and Worst Places to Retire survey. While

Several Central Florida counties are handing out sandbags as Tropical Depression 9 nears

Overview of tropical disturbance, similar to Tropical Depression 9 – Courtesy: Shutterstock – Image by lavizzara ORLANDO, Fl. – As Tropical Depression 9 gets closer and closer to Florida, models are projecting the wave will cross the Caribbean Sea and hit Florida as a hurricane. The National Hurricane Center described TD9 as “disheveled, however, warm

Caribbean disturbance ‘Invest 98L’ could bring trouble to Florida & Gulf of Mexico next week

Raging ocean caused by tropical disturbance Invest 98L – Courtesy: Shutterstock – Image by Drew McArthur FOX Forecast Center meteorologists are closely tracking a tropical disturbance developing near South America, which is likely to transform into a stronger storm system in the next few days. The system has been named Disturbance 1, however, the National

Eleventh Circuit social media ruling appealed to SCOTUS

Young woman using social media apps – Courtesy: Shutterstock – Image by: 13_Phunkod Florida’s attorney general filed an appeal with the Supreme Court in an effort to overturn a federal court’s ruling from May that largely invalidated a state statute prohibiting social media corporations from de-platforming political candidates due to First Amendment violations.  The 11th

Sea creature trudging throughout waters off Florida park perplexes social media users

Creature found swimming in Florida similar to Lochness Monster, as pictured – Courtesy: Shutterstock – Image by: Yulia_Bogomolova Video of a mysterious, 15-foot-long creature that was spotted swaying in the waters near a local park in Edgewater, Florida, is proving difficult to identify. On September 9 on the Indian River North near Menard-May Park, Joe