Hurricane making Florida's red tide worse

Spring breakers visiting Florida have noticed thousands of pounds of dead fish along beaches due to red tide. Researches believe Hurricane Ian shifted currents that created the environment for the red tide outbreak.

Saving Florida's native plants amid development boom

With all the development around Florida, there’s often little to no effort to save the shrinking number of native plant species. But a team of conservation experts from the University of Florida is now trying to change that.

Second eaglet emerges from egg in southwest Florida

One day after an eaglet hatched at a well-known nest in southwest Florida, its sibling also emerged from its egg, making bald eagles Harriet and M-15 the proud parents of two tiny new eaglets.

Cleaning up Lake Jesup

One of the biggest waterways in Florida is in trouble. Late Jessup is polluted and that is having a big impact on wildlife and eventually our way of life. But new technology being tested on that lake could be a game changer. But this is about more than just cleaning up contaminated water.

Massive fish kill in Melbourne

Boaters at the Melbourne Harbor Marina woke up to a stinky situation on Monday. A massive fish kill has clogged up areas of Crane Creek.