Florida Residents File Lawsuit Over Sinkhole LeakSome Florida residents filed a lawsuit against a company accusing them of negligence after a massive sinkhole opened up at their plant, leaking contaminated waste water into the state's main underground sources of drinking water.
Health Officials Test Water After Tampa Bay Sewage SpillFlorida health officials say they are continuing to monitor the water quality after a sewage spill into Tampa Bay after Hurricane Hermine.
Central Florida Residents Concerned About Drinking Water After Sinkhole LeakResidents in Central Florida are concerned about their drinking water after a sinkhole opened up causing more than 200 million gallons of contaminated waste water from a fertilizer plant to leak into one of the state's main underground sources of drinking water.
Sinkhole Leaks Contaminated Water Into Florida's Drinking Supply, Testing UnderwayA massive sinkhole opened up in central Florida causing more than 200 million gallons of contaminated waste water from a fertilizer plant to leak into one of the state's main underground sources of drinking water, a phosphate company says.
10 Issues To Watch During The 2016 SessionFlorida lawmakers will return to the Capitol next week for an election-year legislative session. We've got 10 issues you'll want to keep an eye on.
Hialeah Extends Water WarningA boil water notice remains in effect for parts of Hialeah.
Boil Water Advisory Lifted For Parts Of Fort LauderdaleA boil water order that's been in effect in Fort Lauderdale was lifted for parts of the city.
Hialeah Boil Water Advisory Still In EffectThe boil water advisory remains through the weekend for Hialeah residents due to contamination.
Boil Water Advisory Issued For Parts Of HialeahSome Hialeah residents are asked to boil their water as a precaution Thursday.
NASA: Flowing Streams Of Water Spotted On MarsWhat appears to be flowing streams of salt water have been spotted on Mars during its 'summer' months.
Dade Residents Concern Over Remnants Of Erika FizzlingAs Erika dissipated Saturday morning, concerns over its remnants are fizzling.
Water, Gas Hot Commodities As Dade Residents Prep For TS ErikaWater is the hot item at Miami-Dade grocery stores – flying off the shelves as quickly as workers can stock it – as residents prepare for a possible tango with Tropical Storm Erika.