Devastating hurricanes, dead fish on the beaches and green slime in canals and rivers: Florida’s No. 1 industry just can’t catch a break. First came Hurricane Irma, which clobbered the Florida Keys and parts of Lee and Collier counties last September. Then came the toxic red tide and blue-green algae on both coasts. Now Hurricane Michael – a near-Cat 5 storm that pounded Panama City and reduced Mexico Beach to rubble – is again testing the state’s tourism industry. Can it recover?