Everglades National Park
Thanks to a rescue chopper and 28 vials of anti-venom pumped into his body, Everglades National Park ranger Anthony Terry is alive today.
A political stalemate in Congress has led to the first partial government shutdown in 17 years.
The Everglades National Park and Dry Tortugas Park in the Keys are just a pair of Florida’s 11 national sites that will close if Congress can’t agree on funding the budget.
It was Miami-Dade Fire Rescue’s Venom Response Unit to the rescue after a park ranger was bitten by a deadly snake.
Another step has been taken to increase the flow of water into Everglades National Park.
Two butterflies, native to South Florida, may soon be listed on the endangered species list.
It’s time to melt some butter and grab your lobster bib. It’s nearly time for Florida’s annual lobster mini-season which means your office may be a bit short of staff for the next couple of days.
Because summertime travel is always in such high demand, it can be quite expensive. This “Best Of’ List offers options that will make for a fantastic and affordable day trip in the South Florida area.
Boating under the influence, BUI, is a serious issue and continues to be a major problem across the nation. In an effort to raise awareness and crackdown on BUIs, local and nationwide officials will launch Operation Dry Water from June 28-30th.
Boaters fishing in the waters of the Gulf of Mexico this weekend, and for the next 44-days, can hook and bring in red snapper—but there are limits.