Hundreds of fish mysteriously washed ashore along a portion of Ormond Beach in Florida on Monday morning, and officials are still trying to figure out what brought them there.
The US Fish & Wildlife Service (FWS) is being sued for allegedly failing to protect a rare Florida snail under the Endangered Species Act.
Health officials in Brevard County in Florida have identified a new case of the mosquito-borne chikungunya disease, raising the number of known cases the state has seen this year to 19.
Want to stop invasive lionfish from harming local wildlife? Now there's an app for that. The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) unveiled its new Report Florida Lionfish smartphone app that may be the key to eliminating lionfish from the Florida coasts, according to a WFSU news release.
A group of Evangelical Christians in Florida are trying to convince Governor Rick Scott to create an adaptive plan to address and prepare for the effects of climate change, claiming that they believe they can reach out to him with a common understanding about of Christian values.
The latest weather news following a chain of severe weather running rampant across the South and Midwest, the Florida Panhandle and other parts of the Gulf Coast were hit with torrential rainfall and "life-threatening" flooding late Tuesday.
An Asian insect that has invaded Florida orange groves is destroying farmers' orange crops, thereby threatening the entire orange juice industry.
In an act to defend local wildlife, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission expressed on Wednesday their hope to change laws that will promote the fishing of lionfish in the area.
A sinkhole 8 feet wide and 10 feet deep was spotted by a 11-year-old in a town quickly becoming known for its many sinkholes.
With the recent conclusion of the Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill and Ecosystem Science Confernece, more theories as to where the oil went are coming to light.
With sinkholes carving holes in the ground across America, people want to know - what are they and why do they happen?
Jeff Bezos oversaw a team led by Rory Golden in order to uncover the engines used in Apollo 11's takeoff.
After months of deadly red blooms of the western coast of Florida, Manatees across the peninsula are starting to follow suit.