A Florida commissioner was suspended by the governor.
It's hatchling season for American crocodiles and the imperiled species is thriving outside one South Florida nuclear power plant.
Arkansas Attorney General Dustin McDaniel has announced lawsuits against five current or former Florida-based telemarketing companies.
We should expect more serious storms than previously predicted this hurricane season.
Grapefruit, oranges and limes will float across part of a Miami bay to test plans to protect shorelines that would be vulnerable to damage from an offshore oil spill.
State economists are projecting that Florida's economy should continue to grow slowly over the next two years.
Domestic military base closures will not be on the table in 2013.
Health Advisories are still in effect for Dune Allen Beach Access, Blue Mountain Beach Access and the Holley Street Beach Access based on the enterococci standard recommended by the EPA.
Florida is releasing a list of more than 180,000 registered voters who may be ineligible to vote.
20- year old Amanda Lynn Salazar is charged with multiple counts of grand theft and providing false information to a pawnbroker.
14 year old Tristan Barger of Chelsea, AL, died Wednesday night at Sacred Heart Hospital in Pensacola, FL.
Florida economists are drawing up new forecasts on how well the state's finances are doing.
U.S. forecasters are updating their outlook for the six-month Atlantic hurricane season.
Shelly’s mother, Belinda Meadors, will hold a news conference on Thursday, August 9th at 11 a.m. at the spot where Shelly was struck. It is alongside East Highway 98, directly across the street from a gas station located next to Big Kahuna’s.
The Bay County NAACP will sponsor a Candidate Forum on Thursday, August 9, 2012 at 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m., at the Glenwood Community Center.
The Bay County Health Department conducts saltwater beach water quality monitoring in accordance with the Healthy Beaches Monitoring Program.
Tampa Bay man gets 35 years in prison.
The Florida Highway Patrol identified the fatality as 26 year old Tamika Lakeda Robertson of Cottondale.
As overnight flooding is not expected, the Flash Flood Watch for the Wiregrass area has been cancelled.
Road closure in Bay County next week.
Bay County to deploy artificial reefs Wednesday.
The Bay County Sheriff's Office announced the arrest of two individuals today as the result of two early morning raids conducted by the Bay County Sheriff's Office Warrants Division.
Proceeds from seized home will help Okaloosa County.
Oklahoma teen athlete loses part of his leg in a boating accident.
The Walton County Health Department conducts regularly scheduled saltwater beach water quality monitoring at seven sites through the Healthy Beaches Monitoring Program.
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