Biscayne Bay, Already Suffering From Fish Kill, Now Dealing With Algae BloomBiscayne Bay can't catch a break. First it was the fish kill. Now it's algae bloom.
South Florida Water Management District Launches $2 Million Program To Combat Toxic Algae BloomThe South Florida Water Management District is increasing its tracking of toxic blue-green algae.
Discharges From Florida’s Lake Okeechobee Challenged In Federal LawsuitDischarges from Florida's Lake Okeechobee that send nutrients down two rivers triggering algae blooms are being challenged in a new federal lawsuit.
Red Tide Research Bill Passes Unanimously Through Florida SenateAlgae blooms have become a major problem along Florida’s coastlines.
Two SFWMD Board Members Step Down Following DeSantis' Call For ResignationNew Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has made it clear that it’s a priority to improve the state’s environmental crisis.
Facing South Florida: Governor Ron DeSantis Prioritizing EnvironmentGovernor Ron DeSantis made the environment a central part of his campaign for governor.
Red Tide Nearly Gone From Florida WatersRed tide seems to be easing up on Florida waters.
Facing South Florida: Red Tide Reaches South Florida ShoresErick Eikenberg, joins Jim DeFede to discuss the recent invasion of Red Tide on South Florida shores that forced the closures of several beaches.
Miami-Dade Closes Beaches North Of Haulover Due To Red Tide AlgaeIn an abundance of caution, Miami-Dade County has closed beaches north of the Haulover Inlet due to elevated levels of algae linked to red tide.
Florida Red Tide: Wildlife Advocate Stunned By Toll On FishIt’s a problem that won’t be going away anytime soon in Florida.
Florida Governor Declares Emergency Over Red Tide For 7 CountiesAn ongoing environmental issue is getting the attention from Florida’s top elected official.
Gov. Scott Declares State Of Emergency Due To Devastating Red Tide Algae BloomA toxic algae bloom has overrun Florida's southern Gulf Coast this summer, devastating sea life and driving people from the water.
Facing South Florida: Algae Bloom Is Back In Florida WaterwaysA state of emergency is in effect for parts of Florida affected by yet another round of toxic algae blooms.
Lake Okeechobee Releases To Resume FridayFresh water releases from Lake Okeechobee into the Caloosahatchee and St. Lucie estuaries as a means of managing regional flood risks will resume Friday, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in Jacksonville announced.
Toxic Algae Bloom Is Focus Of Year-Long CBS4 Special InvestigationCBS4's Jim DeFede previews his special one-hour, commercial-free documentary "The Everglades: Where Politics, Race and Money Collide"