Florida Senate Moves Forward With Red Tide ResearchSenate panel moved forward Tuesday with a proposal that would direct $3 million a year to a red-tide research initiative.
Scallop Population Rebounding In PanhandleWildlife officials say the scallop population is rebounding following a bout of red tide in Gulf of Mexico.
Mysterious and Bizarre Deep-Sea Squid Discovered In Gulf Of MexicoVideo from the bottom of the Gulf of Mexico basin has revealed a striking looking squid which might be a previously unknown species.
Biggest Ever Dead Zone In Gulf Of MexicoThere's an unwanted record at the mouth of the Mississippi River: This year's "dead zone," a largely human-caused phenomenon where there's too little oxygen to support marine life, is the biggest ever measured.
'Keep Your Drill Baby Drill Policies Away': Lawmakers Fight To Protect Florida From 'Oil Boys'When most people think about Florida, our inviting sandy beaches are generally top of mind.
Scientists Head Out To Study Oil Spill In The GulfResearchers will study the Shell leak of about 88,200 gallons in the Gulf of Mexico off the Louisiana coast, scientist said Monday.
Cleanup Underway After 88,000 Gallons Of Oil Spill Into Gulf Of MexicoVessels continued to skim oil off the Gulf of Mexico on Saturday after about 88,200 gallons of oil were released from a Shell flow line about 90 miles off the coast of Louisiana.
Lawmakers Sort Out Details Of Oil Spill MoneyWith billions of dollars coming to Florida in reparation for the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, a Senate panel Tuesday tried to get a better feel for how the money will be spent.
2015 Hurricane Season Report Card So FarSouth Florida has already seen it's typical amount of tropical systems for the season and there are still about six weeks to go - and we might not be done yet.
Breaking Keystone Silence, Clinton Says She Opposes PipelineWhether it was by coincidence or not, Hillary Rodham Clinton picked a fortuitous time to announce that she opposes the Keystone XL pipeline.
Gov. Scott On Erika: "We Still Have To Stay Alert"Florida Governor Rick Scott is urging residents to be prepared for impacts of remnants of Erika.