KEY LARGO — Fishery management experts will be meeting in the Florida Keys this week to discuss protections for the Goliath grouper.
PROVIDENCE, R.I. — The Navy is ready to say goodbye to the USS Saratoga, but a family of peregrine falcons is not.
ST. AUGUSTINE BEACH — Opening the Eastern Seaboard to offshore oil exploration for the first time in decades, the Obama administration on Friday approved the use of sonic cannons to discover deposits under the ocean floor by shooting sound waves 100 times louder than a jet engine through waters shared by …
Toss it. Pitch it. Dump it. Chuck it.
All describe the disposal of stuff.
And all of these phrases, no surprise, sound a lot like other expressions — "the heck with it" being one of the more polite examples — that mean we don't care.
The Texas company running a controversial oil drilling operation at the edge of Florida panther habitat announced Tuesday it would shut down its remaining well — just as Florida environmental regulators were announcing they would sue to force its shutdown.
TAMPA — Nearly four months remain in this year's hurricane season and Gov. Rick Scott reminded residents at a press conference Tuesday that they need to have a safety plan in case a storm hits.
A Texas company that sparked controversy by drilling for oil in Florida panther habitat near the Everglades — and then violating its permit — announced Friday that except for its lone well that's producing oil, it is ending all its operations there.
In a move likely to affect the building of new sea walls, federal officials Wednesday announced that they had designated hundreds of miles of beaches in Florida and six other states as critical habitat for loggerhead sea turtles.
TAMPA — Health officials have issued an advisory warning people to avoid the waters of two Tampa beaches.
A bald eagle that was found injured and unable to fly at MacDill Air Force Base on the Fourth of July is recovering from surgery at Busch Gardens.