The waters run red, but not with blood. A toxic algae known as the “red tide” is spreading through the northeast Gulf of Mexico, killing marine life and threatening the waters and beaches that fuel the region’s economy.
Amid controversy over the treatment of animals at one of Florida’s most popular theme-parks, a new report is shining a positive light on marine mammal’s life expectancy in the park.
On the 70th anniversary of D Day, the day that turned the tide of World War II, a Weston Marine made his own bit of history.
People around the country will rally at Mexican consulates Monday afternoon with the hope of bringing Sergeant Andrew Tahmooressi back to the U.S. He is currently in a Mexican jail.
A retired marine, shot in front of his own home for a gold chain, spoke exclusively with CBS4’s Jamie Guirola, expressing how the thieves not only robbed him of his gold chain, but also of his sense of security.
Swimming with the dolphins can be a great experience, and some of the best places to do this are Dolphins Plus, Dolphin Cove, Theater of the Sea, Dolphin Research Center, and Miami Seaquarium.
The South Florida Marine veteran released from a Mexican prison after a harrowing four-month ordeal is speaking out about his terrifying time behind bars.
The South Florida Marine veteran released from a Mexican prison late last week has made it back to South Florida after a harrowing four-month ordeal.
Jon Hammar, the 27-year-old former Marine from Palmetto Bay, was released Friday night from the Matamoros jail.
The great-grandson of Jacques Cousteau, Fabien, is involved in making sure marine life is sustained in a healthy and safe environment.