Florida Manatee Deaths Rise As Pollutants Kill SeagrassManatees deaths are on the rise along Florida's east coast because algae blooms and contaminants are killing the seagrass the beloved sea mammals eat, a wildlife official told a House committee Tuesday.
Taste Of The Town: It's All About Connecting Crops & Community At Los Felix In Coconut GroveLos Felix, located on Main Highway in Coconut Grove, has been described as an open love letter to the fine and nearly extinct traditions that make up authentic Mexican cuisine
Hurricane Andrew: 29 Years Since Monster Category 5 Storm Devastated South DadeOn this day in 1992, which was 29 years ago, Hurricane Andrew smashed into South Florida, pummeled south Miami-Dade, causing $30 billion in damage and more than 40 deaths.
Hurricanes' QB D'Eriq King Signs NIL Deal With Florida PanthersThe agreement is believed to be first of its kind with King becoming the first college athlete to sign a name, image and likeness deal with a pro franchise.
Monroe County Declares State Of Emergency Ahead Of ElsaMonroe County Emergency Management officials have activated their Incident Management Team ahead of Tropical Storm Elsa, as the storm could reach the Florida Keys Monday and Tuesday.
Gambling Bills Start Moving Amid TalksMurmurs, and at times shouts, of a renewed gambling deal between the state and the Seminole Tribe of Florida have bubbled during legislative sessions stretching back nearly a decade.
Florida Senate To Move Forward On Gambling BillsAmid ongoing talks with the Seminole Tribe about a gambling deal, Senate President Wilton Simpson wants to move forward with other measures that would create a state gaming commission and lift a long-debated requirement on pari-mutuel facilities.
How Rudolph Got A Bright Red Nose And Other Holiday Science ExplainedHave you ever wondered how Rudolph the red-nosed reindeer developed a shiny red nose? Or how Ebenezer Scrooge could really travel into the future?
Two North Atlantic Right Whale Calves Spotted Off Florida & GeorgiaTwo North Atlantic right whale newborns have been spotted off the Florida and Georgia coastlines and that is good news for the critically endangered species.
Miami Proud: U.S. Navy Vet Finds Life Changing Work Through VolunteeringLorena Gonzalez is a U.S. Navy veteran who served during Operation Enduring Freedom from 2004 to 2009.
South Florida Bundles Up As Temperatures Tumble AgainSouth Florida continues to bundle up this Wednesday morning as temperatures fell into the upper 40s in the inland areas and the 50s, even down in the Keys.
Florida Judges Teed Up For Election ChallengesAs President Donald Trump and Democratic challenger Joe Biden pull out all the stops to capture Florida’s 29 electoral votes, courts in the state capital are preparing for what could be a judicial tangle over the outcome of Tuesday’s election.
Dolphins Coach Brian Flores 'Confident' Tua & Team Will Be 'Successful'Miami Dolphins coach Brian Flores says it was a difficult decision to bench veteran quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick and switch to rookie QB Tua Tagovailoa but it had to be made.
Florida Lags Behind In 2020 Census CountWith a September 30 deadline looming, Florida continues to lag behind much of the nation in responding to the U.S. census.
Marlins Pitch A Pair Of Shutouts In Mets Doubleheader SweepRookie left-handers Dan Castano and Trevor Rogers gave Miami good starts and the Marlins went on to pitch a pair of seven-inning shutouts, completing a doubleheader sweep of the New York Mets with a 3-0 win Tuesday night.