ST. PETERSBURG — A city-commissioned report concluded high-ranking sewer officials did not bury a consultant's 2014 report that predicted St. Petersburg's sewage woes if the city shut down the Albert Whitted treatment plant — which is exactly what the city did in 2015, setting the stage for the current …
TARPON SPRINGS — Federal engineers have recommended the city use a familiar property to dump silt set to be dredged out of the Anclote River — the same one used during the last dredge in 1998.
ST. PETERSBURG — A lot of unusual things live in the Gulf of Mexico: hatchetfish that glow in the dark; pancake batfish that look as flat as the food they're named for; vampire squid that, when challenged, can turn themselves inside out.
Forty years ago, oceanographer Heyward Mathews organized a barge to drop thousands of pounds of concrete in the waters just west of Pier 60.
ST. PETERSBURG — In the aftermath of the city's summer sewage crisis, public works administrator Claude Tankersley was looking for new talent to fill gaps in St. Petersburg's sewer department. Someone recommended a state environmental official, Michele Duggan.
Somewhere out there in Florida is a driver who set a disturbing record Tuesday but may not know it.
ARIPEKA — Federal environmental regulators are slowing down plans to dig a deep-water channel between Pasco County-owned SunWest Park and the Gulf of Mexico.
ST. PETERSBURG — A state environmental official helping investigate the city's beleaguered sewer system has applied for a job with the very city department at the center of St. Petersburg's sewage crisis.
CANNON BALL, N.D. — The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers said Sunday that it won't grant an easement for the Dakota Access oil pipeline in southern North Dakota, handing a victory to the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe and its supporters, who argued the project would threaten a water source and cultural sites.
The fourth and final manatee trapped in Lake Tarpon has been rescued and released back into the warmer waters of Tampa Bay, state wildlife officials said Friday.