During “Operation Southern Slow Down,” Florida law enforcement agencies will crack down on speeding

Traffic speed control device on highway monitoring vehicles speeding – Courtesy: Shutterstock – Image by bibiphoto In Florida and four other southeastern states, a campaign to “save lives and discourage reckless driving and speeding” kicked off on Monday. “Operation Southern Slow Down” will take place from Monday, July 18, through Saturday, July 23, according to

Toxic Portuguese man o’ war appearing throughout Florida beaches

Bluebottle Portuguese man o’ war on the beach — Courtesy: Shutterstock — KarenHBlack Next time you take a trip to Florida’s coast, watch your step! Toxic Portuguese man o’ wars are showing up on beaches all over the Sunshine State. As spring breakers flocked to South Florida and South Carolina beaches recently, so did the

Trump Extends OffShore Drilling Ban in Florida

Seascape with extraction platform. Photo and Caption: Jesus Keller/Shutterstock.com President Trump has just extended a drilling ban for the Gulf of Mexico for 10 years. The announcement was made on Tuesday, September 8 at a campaign stop in Jupiter after speaking on the environment at Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and Museum. The memorandum the President signed

Governor Ron DeSantis Lifts COVID-19-Related Ban on Nursing Home Visits

Senior patients of assisted living home gathering at table in living room and playing lotto at table. Photo and Caption: SeventyFour/Shutterstock.com Governor Ron DeSantis on Tuesday, September 1, announced he will be lifting the ban on visitations to Florida’s nursing homes. The Florida governor said he would lift the ban following recommendations from a nursing