Cold, but not below freezing, temperatures spare South Florida crops
The final day of South Florida's cold snap brought chilly, but never below freezing, temperatures to the Redland agricultural area, which is one of the nation's top winter crop producers. Farmers kept their delicate crops warm with continuous spri
Daytona Beach police were called to remove an alligator that was found hiding behind the dumpster of a RaceTrac gas station on Tuesday, July 17, 2018. The officer was able to guide the gator, using a yield sign, back to a nearby lake.
Taste of Redland helps tie the agricultural community of Redland with South Florida consumers by giving them a way to purchase locally grown fruits and vegetables in groceries stores and restaurants just days after being harvested.
Jeff Greene, candidate for governor of Florida, flies over Lake Okeechobee to inspect the algae bloom on the east shore on July 11, 2018. The algae bloom has triggered concern after the 2016 algae bloom crisis.
A young adult manatee was rescued in Key Largo Friday by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, Dolphin Research Center and the Miami Seaquarium after he was spotted with both flippers and his tail tangled in fishing line.
Neighbors on a Coconut Grove street worked with a landscape architect to come up with a list of ideas for how to keep their flooded neighborhood dry in the face of sea level rise. Now the city will decide what gets built and how it’s paid for.
Officer Mark Amato found a cow cooling off in a residential pond on a hot Cape Coral, FL day. Unfortunately, the cow didn’t want to stick around and a foot pursuit ensued. The officer was able to catch the cow and it was returned to its owner.
Florida resident Shannon Moskoff said she was surprised to see two iguanas facing off outside a Boca Raton Starbucks on June 23, 2018. Moskoff told local media that she didn’t know how the fight ended.