A man who went diving off the Florida Keys has gone missing, and now the United States Coast Guard is searching for the 32-year old.
Florida wildlife officials have banned the breeding of lionfish in the state as a last ditch effort to eradicate the invasive species.
Dust off your nets and tickle sticks, South Florida, the 2014 mini-season is around the corner.
Cones and crews are taking over the roads this week.
Divers in the Florida Keys have become subsea voyeurs of sort, witnessing a fascinating yet fragile annual reproductive phenomenon on coral reefs.
Due to the fact that lionfish in the Atlantic don’t have predators, eat whatever fits in their mouths, and are naturally fast-breeders, wildlife officials have encouraged people to catch what they can, but recently a deep water expedition has raised concerns, revealing that the invasive species may be beyond a diver’s reasonable reach.
Dive teams were out at a Northwest Miami-Dade County lake Friday morning looking for the body of a man who fell off a personal watercraft Thursday night.
Coast Guard crews are looking for a 48-year-old man who went missing Sunday afternoon after going for a dive in Key Biscayne.
A woman has died after her SUV plunged into a canal off State Road 826 Sunday morning.