UPDATE: The state Health Department on Thursday lifted its health advisory for swimmers at Robert J. Strickland Memorial Park at Hudson Beach, saying further testing indicated a drop in fecal bacteria.
ST. PETERSBURG — When four trees had to be removed in March for maintenance purposes, two Pinellas County workers sprayed the sabal palmetto trees with a herbicide.
Scientists manning the exploration vessel Nautilus and its remotely operated vehicles spotted something truly adorable recently: Just off the coast of California, hanging out 3,000 feet below the surface, they saw what looked to be a googly-eyed cartoon octopus.
It's a warning Floridians are used to hearing: Don't touch the animals.
Three Cuban men strolling the Florida Aquarium on Monday blended in with hundreds of others visiting the downtown attraction.
Progress in international talks over who owns a piece of the Gulf of Mexico has raised the specter of a Deepwater Horizon tragedy along local shores.
TAMPA — Beaches in the bay area may seem a little more pleasant next summer with fewer dead fish and more tourists lying on the shore.
With a court hearing set for next week on the dispute between its founder and his children , the Suncoast Seabird Sanctuary has become a battleground.
Untreated sewage was overflowing from several manholes in the city as a low-pressure system in the gulf continues to dump rain on the bay area.
Developer and U.S. Senate candidate Carlos Beruff wants to open a wetlands mitigation bank unlike any other in Florida.