Water Warning For Part Of Biscayne Bay Following Massive Sewage SpillThere’s a water warning for part of Biscayne Bay after a massive sewage spill.
Owner Of 'Miami Vice' Charter Boat Charged In Passenger DeathIt appears a jury will decide whether a boat owner is guilty of causing the death of one of their passengers.
Mentoring Matters: Girl Scout Gold Award Winner Restores Biscayne Bay Mangrove HabitatFor more than 100 years the Girls Scouts has been the nation’s preeminent mentoring organization.
Decline Of Biscayne Bay's Sea Grass Affecting Marine Life What was once the richest part of Biscayne Bay’s biomass with abundant fish, crab, and sea grass for many years is now dying.
Deadly Personal Watercraft Accident In Biscayne BayA body was pulled from Biscayne Bay after Miami Fire Rescue checked into reports of a personal watercraft accident.
Biscayne Bay's Warm Water Temperatures Shatter RecordsThere’s a bit of a mystery in Biscayne Bay. The temperature of the water is so warm, it’s nearly doubled the previous record.
9-Foot Python Found Near Biscayne Bay, A FirstA kayaker found a 9-foot Burmese Python sunning on a platform more than a half mile offshore in Biscayne bay - a first for Biscayne National Park.
Woman In Hospital After Boat Capsizes With 13 Others On BoardA woman is in the hospital after a boat carrying her and 13 others capsized on Biscayne Bay on Christmas Day.
Body Found After Boater Goes Missing In Biscayne BayThe body of a 22-year-old man who fell into Biscayne Bay has been found.
Study: Miami Beach King Tides Flush Human Waste Into Biscayne BayPumps that flush floodwater out of Miami Beach and into Biscayne Bay during seasonal king tides are dumping something else - human waste.
Miami Senator Wants Review Of Biscayne Bay ContaminationSenator Anitere Flores wants the state Senate's leaders to establish a select committee to review the recent discovery of a radioactive isotope in Biscayne Bay linked to Florida Power & Light's Turkey Point nuclear power plant.
Gov. Scott Approves FPL Request To Pump Aquifer Water Into Turkey Point Cooling CanalsFlorida Power & Light’s request to utilize an additional 14 million gallons per day of non-potable water for use in its Turkey Point Nuclear Plant’s cooling canal system has been granted.