2,000-Year-Old Florida Tree To Be Scaled For Archive SampleA nonprofit organization that finds and archives samples of the world's largest and oldest trees plans to scale a 2,000-year old tree in Florida.
Locals Urge Leaders To Pen Agreement At Climate Summit In ParisAs world leaders gather in Paris for the United Nations Climate Summit, South Floridians are putting on the pressure for them to find a solution to climate change.
EPA Intends Tougher Downwind Air-Pollution Rule In 23 statesThe Environmental Protection Agency plans to crack down on smokestack emissions that pollute the air in nearly two dozen states.
Baby Rhino Joins Herd At Tampa Busch GardensA month-old southern white rhinoceros and her mother have been successfully introduced to the rest of the herd, said employees at Busch Gardens Tampa.
New Alligator Alley Fence Meant To Curb Panther DeathsFences will go up in parts of Alligator Alley as part of an effort to curb panther deaths in Florida.
White Rhino Born At Busch Gardens TampaBusch Gardens in Tampa has a new family member, a baby southern white rhinoceros - a near-threatened species.
Missing King Cobra Snake Found Under DryerA king cobra that went missing, prompting a large search, has been found under a dryer in a garage not far from its owner's home near Orlando.
Fruit Fly Outbreak Prompts Dade QuarantineAn Asian fruit fly outbreak has prompted a quarantine in South Miami-Dade.
Sea Turtles Set New Nesting Records In Georgia, FloridaSea turtles have set a new nesting record in Florida and other southeastern beaches, rebounding from a nesting slump last year.
MIA Set To Save Lots Of Green With New ProjectMiami International Airport is rolling out a new program meant to save some serious energy, cash and keep us cool.
Kerry: We Are Taking A New Direction In CubaSecretary of State John Kerry, standing alongside Cuba's foreign minister reiterated the two nations' commitment to normalizing relations.
Court Upholds Permits For Sugar GrowersAn appeals court upheld decisions meant to allow sugar-cane growers to get permits, rejecting arguments the permits would not properly protect the Everglades.