Man Killed In Weekend Boating AccidentAn investigation is underway into a deadly boating over the weekend in Pompano Beach.
Lobster Mini-Season Comes To An Uneventful EndAn uneventful lobster mini-season has come to an end and now the commercial lobster season begins on August 6th.
Safety First As Divers Prepare For Start Of Lobster Mini-Season Lobster mini season kicks off Wednesday at 12:01 a.m. prompting local leaders to celebrate as well as authorities to remind the public of the rules.
Keys Turtle Cam Watchers See Hatch Live Web-watchers were able to see about 100 baby loggerhead sea turtles hatch via a live-streaming, high definition camera.
Help Wanted: Alligator Trappers In BrowardAre you looking for a job or just want to earn a little extra cash? If you’re not afraid of getting up close and personal with a Florida Alligator, the FWC has the perfect job for you.
Four Young Adults ID'd As Victims In Dinner Key Boat CrashThe four victims from the boating accident off of Dinner Key on the Fourth of July have been identified, all of which are young adults.
Boating Accident Off Dinner Key Leaves Four DeadSouth Florida is still shaken up over a boating accident off Dinner Key that left four people dead and several others injured, according to FWC.
FWC: Four Dead After Boat Collision Off Dinner KeyFour people are dead after a three boat crash off Dinner Key Saturday morning, according to sources.
Boating Collision Near Elliott Key Leaves One Dead, Two Injured A day of boating turned deadly Sunday after one boat crashed into an anchored vessel near Elliott Key.
FWC Identify People In Dania Beach Boat CrashFlorida Fish & Wildlife Conservation Commission officials identified a man killed and a woman injured in a boat accident in Dania Beach Friday.
FWC: Man Killed, Woman Injured In Dania Beach Boat Crash According to the Florida Fish & Wildlife Conservation Commission, a man was killed and a woman injured after the boat they were on crashed into a piling on a bridge over Old Griffin Road in Dania Beach.
FWC Doesn't Monkey Around With Local BusinessThe next time Miami resident Jorge Garcia, 55, decides to monkey around with something, he may be doing it behind bars.