ST. PETERSBURG — The Sunshine City is more like the Leaky City.
"Hurricane Nicole blew in some sea monsters," reads the caption on an eye-popping Facebook post by Sanctuary Marine Bermuda.
Mosaic, the world's largest phosphate company, now knows exactly how big the sinkhole at its Mulberry plant is, company officials said Monday. It's 152 feet across at its widest, and 220 feet deep — making it one of the deepest sinkholes in the state.
OTISVILLE, N.Y. — Bear hugs are nothing. Jim Kowalczik hugs bears.
RIVERVIEW — A team of 45 volunteers is working this weekend to create an oyster reef to protect the spoil island known as Fantasy Island and help promote cleaner water in Hillsborough Bay.
ST. PETERSBURG — The city's Water Resources Department — already overwhelmed by a 14-month sewage crisis — has several employees fearing for their jobs.
LUTZ — Hillsborough County may soon commemorate the opening of Lake Park 50 years ago, but a bigger celebration is greeting the news that the regional recreation area is no longer closed.
ST. PETERSBURG — At the height of a hurricane-induced overflow of waste from the city's Northwest sewer plant last month, wastewater officials scrambled to try to stop partially treated sewage from flowing into nearby streets and homes.
You've probably heard the bad news, by now, that bees were recently added to the endangered species list for the first time. But if you're part of the 60 percent of people who share stories without actually reading them, you might have missed an important detail: namely, that the newly-endangered bees are a handful of …
LARGO — An elusive red-shouldered hawk that flew away from George C. McGough Nature Park six weeks ago was found Sunday.