An American Airlines flight from Miami to Dallas made an emergency landing in Fort Myers, Fla., Wednesday morning after the crew reported a mechanical problem.
A conservation group says it opposes the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's attempt to hand over its management of endangered species to the state of Florida.
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Toxins created by an algae bloom off southwest Florida, called Florida red tide, have killed 174 manatees since January, wildlife experts say.
Florida wildlife officials say Hurricane Sandy may be the reason exhausted and starving seabirds are showing up on the state's beaches.
Tropical Depression Barry raced north Saturday on its way to becoming extra-tropical.
Two wildfires raging on the Georgia-Florida border Wednesday forced the evacuation of hundreds of homes.
House prices in many U.S. cities could see double-digit declines in the coming months with the southwest coast of Florida leading the way, a private group said.
New York's Metropolitan Opera Tuesday announced the Southwest Florida Symphony's conductor will fill in for sidelined Music Director James Levine. Levine will be out for several weeks after he undergoes shoulder surgery to repair an injury he suffered in
Hurricane Wilma caused more than $1 billion damage to Florida's agriculture industry as it crossed the southern half of the state Monday, officials said.