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.
Florida Getting A Much Needed Break From Red Tide, For NowFlorida's red tide levels are dropping and that's good news for marine life.
NYT: Red Tide Causing Problems For Florida Stone CrabsHave you had trouble finding stone crabs this season? It is a real issue affecting fishermen in Florida and according to The New York Times, it may be due to red tide.
Red Tide Blamed In Deaths Of More Than 20 DolphinsOfficials say dolphins seem to be red tide’s latest victims as more than 20 have washed up dead since last week along the state’s southwest coast.
Government Report On Climate Change Says Red Tide Will Become More Common In FloridaRed tides, or algae bloom that deplete oxygen in the water and can kill sea life -- like those that triggered a state of emergency in August -- will become more frequent, according to the report.
'Deerfield Beach Free Of Red Tide,' City Officials SayJust in time for the weekend, Deerfield Beach city officials announced Friday that their beaches are free of red tide.
Red Tide Continues To Spread Up Florida's East Coast, KeysAs the red tide continues to move northward along Florida's east coast, a new breakaway bloom is moving through the Keys.
Hurricanes May Help Bring Red Tide Organism Closer To The SurfaceThe signs warning people of red tide along Deerfield Beach are not keeping Coral Springs Residents Steve Samit away.
32K Pounds Of Dead Fish Removed From Naples BayTens of thousands of pounds of dead fish were removed from a bay in southwest Florida.
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.
Low Levels Of Red Tide Detected In Broward; Miami-Dade Reopens BeachesDeerfield Beach confirmed Friday afternoon that water samples taken Thursday showed low concentrations of naturally-occurring red tide.
Red Tide Toxins Add Concern To This Year's King Tides With red tide toxins in the water, the concern is that they may flow inland with the King tides this year.
Understanding Health Effects Of Red Tide As South Florida Beaches Feel Toxic ImpactThe impact from red tide is floating too close to home for Miami Beach Resident Nitza Ortiz.
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.