Sunday, August 25, 2019
“Gas prices in Florida are very likely to rise this week. Oil and wholesale gasoline prices surged to their highest levels since November. This should drag the average price of gasoline anywhere from 10-20 cents higher in the near future,” AAA noted. 
On Thursday, Mucarsel-Powell, who is wrapping up her first six months on Capitol Hill, announced that DOT is sending $360,000 to the Monroe County Board of County Commissioners to help make the runways Key West International Airport safer. 
The presidential candidates made clear during their recent debates in Detroit that they're not going to tone down their outrageous rhetoric just because most Americans think they're out of their minds.
With almost 40 million Americans hitting the road for the Independence Day holiday, AAA is warning they will find gas prices more than 50 cents higher than last year.
Pointing to a report from Tampa Bay's 10 News which showed Florida had more cases linking carbon monoxide to keyless ignition technology, U.S. Rep. Charlie Crist, D-Fla., wrote U.S. Transportation Sec. Elaine Chao on the matter last week. 
Dr. Brent Bowen, a professor of aeronautical science at Embry Riddle, says we should forget opinions and skewed analysis. His study simply asks a few questions: how often do passengers land on time; how often does luggage arrive with the passengers; how often are passengers bumped off flights; and how well does the airline provide customer service.
A new report by AAA shows around 15 million Americans are high on marijuana while they are behind the wheel. The report also shows those drivers are most likely to be involved in a crash.
Over the past week, gas prices in the Sunshine State edged up five cents even as other states in the region, including Georgia, saw their prices drop, a new report from AAA finds. AAA released data on Monday showing the...
With 5.3 million Floridians hitting the highways between now and New Years Day, residents of the Sunshine State are seeing the lowest prices at the pump they have seen since August 2017.
Mark Jenkins, a spokesman for AAA and the Auto Club Group, weighed in on why prices in Florida saw this decline and predicted they will see a slight drop in the coming days.