Florida Gov. Rick Scott pledged $130 million on Wednesday intended for Florida’s Everglades and South Florida waterways projects for the upcoming year.
The boil water advisory for the majority of Deerfield Beach issued Friday was rescinded Saturday.
Despite the Safe Drinking Water Act, you and your family may be drinking dirty water.
From the East Coast to the West Coast, recycling is a big issue for local governments.
Hyundai and Kia have some explaining to do after the Environmental Protection Agency uncovered the companies overstated gas mileage on nearly 1 million vehicles during an audit of mileage tests.
There’s good news for South Florida’s River of Grass. The Department of Environmental Protection has made the final sign-off on permits and consent orders that will allow for a massive Everglades restoration project to go forward, the agency said Tuesday.
The state of Florida will move forward with a $880 million plan to improve water quality in the Florida Everglades after the plan was given federal approval Wednesday.
If reports that a banned fungicide had been found in orange juice sold in the US had you cutting back your consumption of OJ, the Feds say it’s OK to loose the juice. It confirmed the banned product is in the imported juice, but said the levels are so low it poses no health hazard.
Republican presidential candidate Michele Bachmann will wrapped up her four day tour of Florida with a stop in Miami on Monday.
Former 2012 GOP frontrunner Michele Bachmann brought her campaign to the Sunshine State Saturday to speak out against environmentalists and the Environmental Protection Agency.