Lobster fisherman were out in full force Wednesday as lobster mini season kicked off Wednesday, July 29, 2015. FWC Officer Jorge Pino was patrolling the waters of Key Biscayne making sure everyone was safe and following the rules. Video by Emily Michot/Miam Herald Staff
Lobster miniseason kicks off
Florida's spiny lobster mini-season
2017 Mercedes-Benz Miami Corporate Run winner
2017 Mercedes-Benz Miami Corporate Run winner crosses finish
Runners get ready and go during Miami Corporate Run
The annual lobster mini-season begins
How to fillet a lionfish
Video: N.Y. marathon runner cheers on Miami Marathon runners
Video: Conducting underwater experiments while free diving
South Florida lobster mini-season safety tips
Boy, 12, catches 48-pound dolphin
Hassan Whiteside on Heat’s 101-95 loss to the Nets
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) staff Meaghan Faletti shows you how to fillet a lionfish. A nonnative invasive species, lionfish have a negative impact on native wildlife and habitat. You can help control the lionfish population by removing them from Florida waters whenever possible. Lionfish have venomous spines, so use care when filleting so that you don't get stuck, but the meat does not have poison in it and is often eaten and served in restaurants. Some compare this flaky and tasty fish's flavor to that of the popular hogfish.
Florida Wildlife officer Jorge Pino discusses the rules, regulations and safety for the upcoming lobster mini-season beginning July 29, 2015 at midnight and running through July 30th. Video by Walter Michot / Miami Herald Staff
Florida Gov. Rick Scott attended the Florida National Guard deployment ceremony of the 260th Military Intelligence Battalion at the Florida National Guard Robert A. Ballard Armory in Miami on Friday, Jan. 19, 2018.
A Placer County Sheriff’s deputy and another California Highway Patrol officer rescued a dog trapped under a vehicle after being hit on Highway 80 east of Penryn, California on January 18. The Placer County Sheriff’s Office said a deputy was driving along the eastbound lanes of traffic when the deputy saw a bloodhound running frantically across the highway. Other motorists tried to avoid hitting the scared dog, and the deputy tried to slow traffic and save the animal from the busy roadway. The dog then ran the opposite direction, where he was hit by a passing car, becoming pinned underneath with its paw under the rear tire. Using a floor jack, the two officers were able to lift the car and save the dog.