Nearly a year ago, lovers of the Weeki Wachee River — concerned that it was overcrowded with kayaks, muddied by public use, sanded over by drifting sediment and clouded by nutrient-fed algae — mobilized like never before.
OLDSMAR — A Tampa Bay gator found itself down in the gutters or, well, the storm drain, in a residential neighborhood, according to a video posted to Facebook on Monday.
Watch this playful pod of dolphins leap and swim along in the wake of a boat off Captiva.
MIAMI BEACH — Florida Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam said Thursday that the state anticipates winning its fight against flesh-eating maggots threatening endangered deer in the Florida Keys.
IMMOKALEE — Authorities say a Florida panther has been found dead from an apparent vehicle strike in southwest Florida.
Four environmental groups filed suit Wednesday against the Army Corps of Engineers and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service for authorizing 50,000 acres of phosphate mining in central Florida that the groups said violates the Clean Water Act and the Endangered Species Act.
ST. PETERSBURG — The city is repairing its sewer system after last year's hurricanes overwhelmed the antiquated system and caused tens of millions of gallons of sewage to flow into streets, waterways and especially the Tampa Bay.
A venomous monocle cobra escaped from an Ocala home Monday night and was still on the run — or the slither? — Tuesday.
The leader of President Donald Trump's Environmental Protection Agency, Scott Pruitt, wants to hand much of its duties back to the states. That would put the job of protecting Florida's natural bounty almost entirely in the hands of the state Department of Environmental Protection.
The pythons that have been taking over the Everglades may finally have an actual predator: a group of 25 Floridians paid by a state agency to kill them.