Starting this fall, the Florida Geological Survey and the Florida Division of Emergency Management will spend three years assessing the risk for potential sinkholes statewide. The project will begin with a yearlong pilot study in Hamilton, Columbia and Suwannee counties.
A Florida police officer saved nearly 100 baby sea turtles when he gathered the newly hatched creatures from a hotel parking lot and street and released them into the Gulf of Mexico.
LAKE HELEN, Fla. (AP) — A Florida black bear suspected of killing eight goats is still on the lam after eluding a trap set by wildlife officials. Wildlife officials removed the trap on Tuesday and […]
ORANGE BEACH, Ala. (AP) — An “unusual mortality event” continues for dolphins in the northern Gulf of Mexico, with more than 1,000 dolphins stranded since February 2010, far above the average numbers from 2002 to […]
ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — Federal and state investigators trying to determine what caused a series of explosions at a central Florida propane plant said Wednesday they’ve uncovered nothing that indicates a crime was committed. Investigators […]
Listen to The Current’s June 8-9 show: Hillsborough LGBT Ban Repealed, Habitat for Humanity Pinellas, National Ocean Week, Tuberous Sclerosis and Autism
Did you miss this past weekend’s edition of The Current? No problem! Click the audio player below to catch the whole episode featuring: Coverage from the Hillsborough County Commission‘s decision to repeal their 2005 ban […]