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License-free fishing days get Florida residents and visitors out on the water and find out why Florida is known as the Fishing Capital of the World.
Several instances of fish kills have been discovered in South Florida.
Nearly 70 feet below the ocean's surface, off the coast of Fort Lauderdale, is a reminder of a bad idea from the 1970s: hundreds of thousands of used tires sitting on the...
Scientists say toxic red tide is back in the waters off Florida's southwest coast after fading away earlier this year following a 15-month bloom.
It's incredible how one video can suddenly blow up on social media, but when we're living in the age of "going viral," it's no surprise that a video of a giant tube (name...
A new bill recently filed by state Sen. Kevin Rader, D-Delray Beach, aims to ban the use of plastic straws and plastic bags statewide. This comes after Gov. Ron DeSantis ...
An entrepreneur in Vietnam has created a company to produce straws out of sedge grass, which can be made in two ways.
This oil spill in Santa Monica was the worst in U.S. waters at the time.
A delegation of the Lummi Nation is now in Miami, fighting for Lolita's release from the Miami Seaquarium. The tribe wants to return her to her native waters in the Salis...
Their reputation for being deadly hunters and fearsome predators makes sharks one of the most fascinating species on the planet, but these magnificent fish are in danger.
A creek in Pennsylvania may look extra clean after a soap-like substance caused the waterway to bubble over, but it could turn out to be an environmental hazard.
With South Florida at the leading edge of sea level rise, a new report puts a new timeline on rising waters, and puts many other cities on notice.
The third Eco-Hero contest is taking a lucky South Florida high school student to Antarctica.