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Key West's coral die-off

Supercharged Waters from North of Lake 'O' Devastating to Florida's Coral Reefs

The evidence is undeniable: Some 97 percent of the water coming into Lake Okeechobee from the north -- particularly from the Kissimmee area -- show the lake's contaminated water originates on the highly developed northwest side of the Everglades' headwaters.

July 19, 2019 - 9:00am


I Beg to Differ
Joe Biden undoubtedly has to pedal harder. But to hear a gleeful mainstream media tell it on Sunday morning news programs, after the release of the first post-debate poll results Sen.
Capt. Matthew Popejoy, MS, CRNA, ANC, USAR
As we Americans look ahead to a long Fourth of July weekend, this is often a time when the nation’s thoughts turn to the members of our military forces who have the responsibility to protect our pr
Joe Biden, Bernie Sander, Kamala Harris
If Thursday night in Miami proved anything, it was that the middle ground within the Democratic Party is sinking fast. Moderation is losing.
Wednesday night's presidential candidates on the Miami debate stage
In a nationally televised debate Wednesday night -- featuring half a cattle car of 2020 Democratic presidential candidates -- the first 10 stood in alphabetical order on a Miami stage arguing with
For most home games, you can count the house at Tropicana Field
The few remaining wisps of goodwill remaining between Tampa Bay and its Major League Baseball franchise evaporated this week when team owner Stu Sternberg floated a fantasy of having his Rays split
Jay Inslee, self-anointed  "climate champion," mugs it up during an Everglades tour
Excitement reigns in Democratic ranks as a whole rodeo of presidential candidates is prepping at this moment to step onto the debate stage Wednesday or Thursday evening at Miami Beach's Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts.
If it isn’t poll taxes being levied against its members, it’s attempts to rig elections.
Kyle Kashuv
In the growing tempest of our social battlefield -- and the growing intolerance of special interests who preach tolerance -- Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School student Kyle Kashuv has been caught
Steven Finver
Hurricane Michael was a stark reminder of how quickly a hurricane can escalate.
It wasn’t too long ago when gasoline here and nationwide was more than $4 a gallon and tourism agencies were handing out gas cards to offset fuel costs and entice out-of-towners to visit.
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