Alligator Alley

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SunPass Rates Going Up On State’s Toll Roads

SunPass users will notice it’s a little more expensive to use the Florida’s Turnpike starting Wednesday.

06/30/2015

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30-Mile Stretch Of Alligator Alley May Be Closed Sunday

The Florida Highway Patrol may close down a 30-mile stretch of Alligator Alley due to heavy smoke.

05/17/2015

Dash Cam video captured  a man's joy ride in a stolen cop car (Source: Florida Highway Patrol)

Exclusive: Dash Cam Captures Man’s Joy Ride In Stolen Cop Car

Newly released dash cam video shows a 20-minute portion of one man’s joy ride in a stolen Miami police cruiser.

05/05/2015

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Florida Highway Patrol: Alligator Alley Reopens After Fog Lifts

Alligator Alley reopened to motorists once the morning fog lifted Friday.

03/06/2015

December 7, 2014: A person is transported to Broward General Hospital after a crash involving a bear.  (Source: CBS4)

Three Dead, Several Hospitalized After SUV Hits Bear

An SUV crashed and killed a 300-pound bear Sunday causing a chain reaction wreck which killed three and injured several others.

12/08/2014

December 7, 2014: A person is transported to Broward General Hospital after a crash involving a bear.  (Source: CBS4)

Police: Three People Killed After SUV Vs. Bear Crash

Three people were killed and eight others were hospitalized after a SUV hit and killed a black bear, resulting in a chain reaction crash with two other cars in Florida’s Everglades Sunday evening.

12/07/2014

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Child, 8, Dies In Crash On Alligator Alley

Officials said a child died in a violent crash on Alligator Alley Sunday.

07/20/2014

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Two Women Killed In Alligator Alley Accident

Two women from South Florida were killed while trying to cross Alligator Alley. The Florida Highway Patrol said the accident happened Sunday night near mile marker 63.

06/23/2014

Reddish leaves belong to swamp bay trees that have been killed by laurel wilt disease. (Photo by: Ellen Allen, South Florida Water Management District,  May 16, 2014)

Tree-Killing Pest Destroying Everglades Canopy

Trees are dying in the Everglades at an alarming rate and scientists worry it will result in a major change for the ecosystem if it isn’t stopped.

05/19/2014

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Man Observing Alligator In Fla. Bitten By Snake

A man’s stop on Alligator Alley ended with a bite by a poisonous snake Saturday.

04/12/2014

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