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Gov. Scott proposes spending $1.7 billion for environmental protection

COLLIER COUNTY, Fla. – Governor Rick Scott is proposing a big investment in Florida’s natural resources. Scott announced Monday that he…

Gov. Scott proposes $1.7 billion in environmental projects for Florida

Gov. Rick Scott was in Naples Monday to tout his eighth and final budget, one that includes $1.7 billion for…

Scott promotes environmental project funding in Naples

Governor Rick Scott announced that he will request more than $1.7 billion in funding for environmental project while visiting the…

The hurricane sent foul water from the sewers into Biscayne Bay. What happens now?

If the flooding Hurricane Irma unleashed around Miami-Dade County looked bad onshore, scientists worry the damage to Biscayne Bay could…

Irma is long gone, but South Florida’s watery wilderness is still feeling the pain

When Hurricane Irma charged across the state last month, coastal communities hammered by powerful storm surges drew most headlines. But…

St. Lucie River water level rising again

  People living along the St Lucie River in Martin County are once again seeing water levels rise, just a…

Lake levels decrease, daily inspections continue

Lake levels have dropped to just over 17 feet in Lake Okeechobee, but the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers continues…

Lake Okeechobee discharges to St. Lucie River, Indian River Lagoon top 50 billion gallons

The 50 billionth gallon of Lake Okeechobee water in the current round of discharges poured through the St. Lucie Lock…

Heavy rain adds to Treasure Coast water woes

The brown, murky water is sticking around on the Treasure Coast. Environmentalists say it will stick around and the heavy…

Fort Myers Beach businesses concerned over continued Lake O releases

FORT MYERS BEACH, Fla. – The aging Hoover Dike surrounding Lake Okeechobee has cleared another inspection. The Army Corps of…

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