Sand Bags Available Ahead Of Hurricane MatthewThe city of Doral, which has been giving out free sand bags all day is now out, however, there is another location giving out sand but you must bring your own bags.
Phosphate Company Turns Sand Pile Into Luxury Golf Resort It may not be the location you would expect, but it is creating a lot of buzz near central Florida.
Man's Body Recovered At Water Treatment PlantRescue workers in Hillsborough County have recovered the body of a construction worker who fell and became trapped in the mud at a Tampa Bay-area water treatment plant.
Corps Of Engineers Says S. Fla. Has Depleted Its Sand Supply Is it possible to run out of sand for the beach? According to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, the answer is yes and both Miami-Dade and Broward Counties have depleted their offshore sources of sand for beach renourishment projects.
Broward To Bulk Up Its Beaches Thousands of tons of sand could be brought in at the end of this year to bulk up two thinning sections of Broward’s coastline.
Sand Replacement Begins Along Ft. Lauderdale's A1AAnother phase of an emergency fix to a section of State Road A1A in Ft. Lauderdale is underway.
Still Dealing With Sandy Flooding, Portion Of A1A ClosedHurricane Sandy, which later became Superstorm Sandy when it blew through the Northeast, is still causing problems for a stretch of A1A along Fort Lauderdale Beach.
I-Team: Researchers Reveal What's In The Sand They are seemingly harmless granules for little ones and beach goers alike. But while you're luxuriating on your South Florida blanket of sand you had better pay attention to a unique research team, headed by one of the world's most famous sand detectives, who found, that on some beaches "It is more dangerous to be in sand than to be in water."

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