Great White Shark "George" Stalking Everglades Waters"George" the great white shark is hanging out on South Florida's western coast near the Everglades and Gulf of Mexico.
3 Plead Not Guilty To Charges Linked To Shark Dragging VideoThree Florida men have pleaded not guilty to charges linked to a video showing a shark being dragged behind a speeding boat.
Tagged Tiger Shark Proving Unstoppable"Andy" the tiger shark, tagged by South Florida scientists, is now the longest reporting tiger shark in history.
3 Florida Men Charged With Animal Cruelty For Dragging Shark With Speed BoatFWC says 21-year-old Michael Wenzel, 23-year-old Spencer Heintz and 28-year-old Robert Lee Benac each face two felony counts of aggravated animal cruelty.
Video: Tiger Shark Spotted Roaming South Beach ShoreA very large visitor was seen cruising the shores of South Beach over the weekend.
Gov. Scott Disturbed By Video Of Shark DraggingGov. Scott sent a letter to the FWC saying he wants to make sure the state's fishing regulations strictly prohibited "such inhumane acts."
FWC Identifies Men Behind Disturbing Shark Dragging VideoThe men behind that disturbing video of a shark, tied to a speeding boat, and dragged to death, have been identified.
Disturbing Shark Dragging Video Leads To FWC InvestigationVideo of a shark, tied to a boat, and dragged-to-death, is angering tens of thousands of people on social media and has caught the attention of state investigators.
Nurse Sharks Dumped Outside Overtown ComplexA shark by your dumpster is certainly is not what you expect to see lurking around your garbage.
Sharks Dumped Outside Apartment Complex In OvertownA woman called our newsroom to let us know there were two sharks outside her home in Overtown.
Lawmakers Could Put More Teeth In Shark Finning LawA measure that would increase fines and suspend licenses for people who violate a state law about the illegal possession of shark fins is poised for approval by the Florida Senate next week.
Senate Bill Targets Shark Fin TradeA bill filed in the state Senate would crack down on the sale and possession of shark fins and shark tails which are considered a delicacy in parts of Asia.