Record Number Of Florida Panthers Died In 2015Florida Panther deaths in the state reached a record total of 41 for 2015.
Crews Rescue Manatee Stuck In Storm StationA one-and-a half year old manatee is resting and recovering after a complicated rescue from a Fort Lauderdale stormwater culvert.
Cuban Migrants Come Ashore On Key Biscayne Migrants came ashore Tuesday near a Key Biscayne condominium.
2 Florida Teens Seen In Video Torturing Tortoise Arrested Northeast Florida authorities say they've arrested two teenage girls seen in videos posted online lighting a threatened gopher tortoise on fire and stomping it to death.
Gator Takes Bite At Cadet During Training An instructor shot an alligator to death after it bit a law enforcement cadet during a training session on how to handle gators.
Freshwater Fish License-Free Saturday Have an itch to go freshwater fishing today but don’t have a license? Don’t worry, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation is granting you a license-free freshwater fishing all-day Saturday.
Two License-Free Fishing Days In The Month Of JuneWhether you prefer to cast your line in saltwater or freshwater, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission has announced two license-free fishing days for both in the month of June.
Red Snapper Season Starts Saturday Boaters fishing in the waters of the Gulf of Mexico this weekend, and for the next 44-days, can hook and bring in red snapper—but there are limits.
Man Charged With Killing Alligator Says It Was Given To HimA South Florida man who police charged with killing an alligator said the alligator found shot in the head in the back of his pickup truck was given to him by a co-worker.