Another day, another spotting of a giant alligator in Florida that's causing quite the stir on social media.
ST. PETERSBURG — Hours after Mayor Rick Kriseman took full responsibility for the city’s sewage crisis, he told the Tampa Bay Times on Saturday that more than 100 million gallons of sewage dumped into Tampa Bay had done no environmental harm or risked public health.
ST. PETERSBURG — At a sparsely attended presentation Wednesday night at a city recreation center, a sewer consultant offered a possible strategy for St. Petersburg to grapple with the upcoming rainy season:
The clash over the Dakota Access Pipeline in North Dakota — and the success opponents have had temporarily blocking it — has inspired a Florida group opposed to a controversial new pipeline cutting through North Florida. They're planning to hold a major protest this weekend.
ST. PETERSBURG — A key part of solving the city's sewage crisis lies underground.
The rusty patched bumblebee has become the first bee species in the continental U.S. to be declared endangered after suffering a dramatic population decline over the past 20 years, federal officials said Tuesday.
CLEARWATER —With buildings pushing 40 years old and toilets that operate without running water, Moccasin Lake Environment Education Center has been long overdue for an upgrade.
A fire broke out on an oil production platform in the Gulf of Mexico early Thursday, forcing four workers to evacuate by lifeboat before the blaze was extinguished. There were no injuries and inspectors found no sign of pollution, authorities said.
Most mammals, Tim Caro says, are "rather boringly colored, drab browns and grays."
The city of Clearwater has secured a grant to help fund renovations at Moccasin Lake Nature Park, a 51-acre nature preserve which features trails and boardwalks under a canopy of mature oaks where visitors can observe wildlife, including gopher turtles, raccoons, and many birds. It is home to several injured birds of …