2 Injured In Richmond Heights Shooting, Prompting School Lockdownnvestigators surrounded a home in Richmond Heights with guns drawn Tuesday morning.
Race To Save Florida's Coral ReefsA study by the United Nations found most coral reefs could be gone in 30 years.
Local Divers & Citizen Scientists Join To 'Rescue A Reef' Off Key BiscayneThe beauty of South Florida's coastline isn't just skin deep.
In The Recruiting Huddle: Ruben Rodriguez - Coral ReefDefinitely in this next wave of “big man” talent that has emerged over the past year in Miami-Dade.
Oil Spill Money Turning Into Gulf Artificial Reef BonanzaA bonanza of artificial reefs is coming to Gulf of Mexico waters near Panama City because of an infusion of oil spill money.
Suit Seeks To Protect Corals From Port Everglades DredgingSeeking to protect the coral reefs near Port Everglades which may be damaged if a dredging project moves forward, an environmental and a recreational dive group have filed suit in Miami federal court.
Coral Rehab Underway Off Key WestScientists and volunteers planted 200 live coral fragments Monday in the waters off Key West's Fort Zachary Taylor State Park, launching an effort to restore depleted reef tracts and create an educational public snorkel park.
More Acidic Seawater Now Dissolving Bit Of Florida Keys ReefIncreasingly acidic seawater due to global warming is eating away the limestone framework of coral reefs in the upper Florida Keys, according to a new study.
Best Backpacking Trips To Take Through AustraliaA guide to five of the best backpacking trips in Australia
Vets, Teens Transplant Corals In Florida Keys Marine SanctuaryA dozen wounded veterans are wrapping up several days of diving in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary Tuesday to help transplant corals on a special section of the reef set aside as a remembrance area for fallen American service personnel.
NSU Students Start Crowdsourcing Project To Fund New Coral Reef Nurseriesova Southeastern University’s Oceanographic Center has launched a crowdsourcing campaign to raise money to expand its coral reef restoration project.
Corals Collected From Shipping Channel Off Miami Divers are collecting corals from a shipping channel off Port Miami in an effort to save them. Plans call for the channel to be deepened to accommodate much bigger ships that soon will pass through a widened Panama Canal.

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