Record Number Of Florida Panthers Died In 2015Florida Panther deaths in the state reached a record total of 41 for 2015.
Panther Crossing Installed Under Southwest Florida RoadAs more and more panthers are being killed passing cars, authorities are hoping a new crossing under a southwest Florida road will keep cars from colliding with the big cats as they expand their range north.
Record Florida Panther Deaths In 2014A bad year for the endangered population of Florida panthers as 2014 was the deadliest year on record--most of which were killed by motor vehicles.
Craigslist Post Leads To Chop Shop BustDetectives from Monroe County Sheriff’s Office got a lead from a Craigslist post that resulted in two chop shop ring arrests.
Panther Killed In Southwest Florida A vehicle hit and killed a Florida Panther in southwest Florida, wildlife officials said Wednesday.
Feds File Harassment Cases Against Two Florida FirmsThe U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has filed separate sexual harassment lawsuits against two Florida agriculture companies.
Florida's Unemployment Rate Remains Unchanged Florida's unemployment rate did not change in July amid signs the economy is in the process of a slow, steady recovery from the Great Recession.
Wildlife Officials Release Panther Back Into WildWildlife officials are hoping the third time will be the charm when they go to release an endangered Florida panther that was rehabilitated after a car crash.
Release Of Rehabilitated Panther In SW Fla Delayed The release of an endangered panther, which was rehabilitated after being struck by a car, has been postponed for at least a day .
Murdered School Nurse Suspected Ex-Husband Of A Burglary Before Her DeathThe murdered school nurse whose body was dumped in a sugar cane field reported a break-in at her house in the weeks before she disappeared.
Clinic To Be Renamed To Honor Murdered NurseA South Florida school will rename its health clinic after a nurse who was found murdered.
FL Close To Top In U.S. For Residents Lacking Health Ins.New U.S. Census numbers revealed Florida had the nation’s second-highest rate of residents without health insurance.