BOCA RATON— It was a turtle emancipation.
Sockeye salmon dying from heat in Columbia River
Gov. Rick Scott, whose administration has pushed to open the parks to cattle grazing and timber harvesting, offered polluters ways to get out of fines and sharply cut back staffing and regulations designed to protect Florida's natural resources, is getting an award for being a friend to the environment.
MIAMI — Renewed hunts for oil in sensitive Florida ecosystems have environmental groups raising questions about the state's regulation of the oil and gas industry.
RAYMOND, Maine — A Maine lobsterman has caught a rare bright orange lobster, the second time he's pulled an odd-colored crustacean from state waters.
ST. PETERSBURG — After at least seven years on the market, lawsuits, angry neighbors and a toxic plume, the long-vacant Raytheon facility is about to get new life.
MADEIRA BEACH — MADEIRA BEACH — There's cautiously good news about the injured bottlenose dolphin swimming around John's Pass with a badly lacerated back: Babyface seems to be improving.
VATICAN CITY — Dozens of mayors from around the world demanded Tuesday that their national leaders take bold steps at the Paris climate talks this year, saying that could be the last chance to keep the Earth's warming to levels still safe for humanity.
Bob Cross, who works for Critter Capture Services in Lake Mary, is used to rounding up snakes, raccoons — anything that can be a nuisance animal.
The World War II-era flash bomb that washed ashore in St. Pete Beach over the weekend may be the noisiest thing to hit Florida shores since Spring Break, and it's certainly not the …