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The blast that killed 11 workers and spewed oil into the Gulf of Mexico for three months led to safety improvements and new scientific understanding but has not ended criticism of industry.
They hope to boost opposition at federal regulatory hearings next week but FPL says complaints about the still-uncertain project are off base.
State wildlife officials plan to host a second “Python Challenge;” one in 2013 caught only 68 snakes but drew worldwide attention.
Instead of trying to turn back the rising tide, Miami architect Rene Gonzalez is designing homes to fit into a new environment
South Florida water managers threw their support behind a plan by Gov. Rick Scott that does not include an option to purchase U.S. Sugar land.
A bill making its way through the Florida Legislature would cut mining fees by about 83 percent, leaving Miami-Dade County water customers responsible for millions in water treatment expenses.
A Fort Pierce man said he snapped a rare picture of a Florida bobcat emerging from the surf gripping a four-foot shark in its mouth.
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Back when Paige Kreegel was a state representative in 2009, he had an idea that he thought simply made sense. Florida, the Sunshine State, should become a model for solar power.
Today, Everglades advocates are in Tallahassee rallying for officials to buy more than 40,000 acres of land south of Lake Okeechobee from the U.S. Sugar Corp.
A new study ranks two places in Florida among the nation’s top nine where more protection is needed for rare and unique animals.
A new study that sifted through piles of data on sea temperatures has found climate change may trigger fatal coral bleaching sooner than scientists had previously thought.
Contaminated Merrie Christmas Park has been cleaned and reopened.
Miami Beach, already spending millions on pumps to handle the threat of rising seas, will hold a summit on Friday to discuss more radical future plans, which include gradually elevating much of the city
A federal appeals court heard complaints from animals rights groups that the tank at the Virginia Key facility is too small and “inhumane” for the killer whale
The project is part of a federal plan to assess and prevent damage that can happen when species that aren’t native to an area are introduced and begin to eat their way through crops.
A developer pledges he will protect a rare bald eagle nest but doesn’t see it as a permanent roadblock to a new mall in Northwest Miami-Dade.
In an annual survey, state biologists counted more than 6,000 manatees - almost 1,000 more than previous high.