Florida Fish and Wildlife
A man who was returning from fourth of July fireworks in Biscayne Bay came across a tragic boat crash that took four lives and spoke about his experience.
An instructor shot an alligator to death after it bit a law enforcement cadet during a training session on how to handle gators.
A Hallandale Beach woman is accused of waiting more than 20 minutes to call for help after a boating crash that left her boyfriend dead and surveillance video obtained exclusively by CBS4 News reveals what the woman did during that time. Investigators say the woman had plenty of opportunities to ask for assistance but simply failed to do so.
Police say the body of a man found floating near Bal Harbor on Sunday appears to have been in the water for some time.
A manatee that was suffering from an injury and received help at the Miami Seaquarium will be released back into the wild.
After two days at sea, a group of smiling Cuban migrants were escorted to a Coast Guard cutter after making their way onshore the Marquesas Keys just west of Key West.
A nine-foot, nearly 200-pound crocodile doesn’t want to live anywhere else but South Miami.
On a busy Labor Day Weekend, Florida Fish and Wildlife took CBS4 out on a boat to talk safety.
A warning for South Florida boaters; beware of manatees who are seeking shelter in warmer waters near power plants and warm springs as the temperatures drop.
COCONUT GROVE (CBS4) – Scientists are trying to figure out a mystery in Biscayne Bay. Late Tuesday afternoon Florida Fish and Wildlife discovered dozens of turkey vultures dropping out of the sky and into the […]