Officials Crack Down On Abandoned Boats In Marquesas KeysMarine salvors have been racing to get 32 abandoned boats off the bottom in Marquesas Keys waters before birds arrive.
Environmentalists Sue Over Florida Chicken Plant's PollutionEnvironmental groups have filed a lawsuit against a large chicken processing plant in north Florida, alleging the facility is illegally polluting the Suwannee River.
State Senate Panel Unanimously Approves "Fracking" BanA bill that would ban hydraulic fracturing, or "fracking," for oil and natural gas in Florida received unanimous approval from a state Senate panel.
Lawmakers Look For More Money For Beach Projects Beach restoration is the latest target for a slice of cash set aside by voters for environmental preservation.
Police Ready For SWAT Situation At Pipeline Protest CampA SWAT vehicle is ready for use if force becomes necessary to remove the remaining protesters from the now-closed Dakota Access pipeline protest camp on federal land in North Dakota, authorities said Thursday.
Remnants Of Dakota Access Pipeline Protest Camp Go Up In FlamesRemnants of the Dakota Access Pipeline camp went up in flames Wednesday as protesters set fire to makeshift wooden housing before being forced to get off the federal land.
Rubio, Nelson Team Up To Target Water StandardsFollowing an adverse legal decision, Florida's two U.S. senators have joined forces to urge the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to not finalize water-control standards for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee-Flint river basin.
Tribesmen, Dogs Key In Florida's Python ControlTribesmen and dogs are at the forefront in the fight to control the spread of Burmese pythons in Florida.
Nearly 100 Whales Stranded Off Coast Of SW FloridaNearly one hundred rare false killer whales were stranded off a remote coast of Southwest Florida.
Rare Plant Named After Rock Legend Jimi Hendrix Researchers have named a newly discovered rare plant after music legend Jimi Hendrix.
Locals Ready For More Seasonal High Tides, End In SightResidents of east Fort Lauderdale are questioning what city leaders are doing to deal with the flooded streets caused by King Tides.
Report Warns Of Florida Water Woes Unless Changes Are Made Demands for water in Florida may rise by more than 50 percent by 2070, according to a new report.

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