215,000 Puerto Ricans Have Arrived In Florida Since Hurricane MariaIn the three months since Hurricane Maria ravaged Puerto Rico, hundreds of thousands of people who were living on the island have come to the U.S. mainland including about 215,000 in Florida.
Coast Guard, Cuban Migrants Continue Deadly Hide-And-SeekAmid a new relationship between Cuba and the U.S., more Cubans are attempting a risky journey to U.S. shores in fear the "wet-foot, dry-foot" policy will be changed.
Miami To Broward Is Fla.'s Biggest Migration Flow In 2011, nearly 25,000 residents moved from Miami-Dade County to Broward County, making it the largest county-to-county migration in Florida.
Boaters Need To Slow Down For Migrating ManateesSouth Florida is known for attracting "snow birds" but the warm waters off our coast line also attract manatees which means boaters need to slow down and be careful.
Cold-Stressed Sea Turtles Flown To Warm Fla. WatersCold and even hypothermic, four more sea turtles have been flown from New England to recover in balmy Florida.
Whooping Cranes On Their Way To Florida The snow birds are flying south for winter and we mean that literally. A group of young whooping cranes being led by small planes has started their long trek from Wisconsin to Florida.
Undocumented Cuban Migration On The Rise U.S. Immigration officials are seeing the the number of undocumented Cubans rising.

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