Feds, state align red snapper season for 2017

Red snapper season in federal waters extended to weekends through Labor Day

Building habitats for the future

UPDATE: FWC reconsidering red snapper days in federal waters

Two Kemp's Ridley sea turtles have been rescued and released

Trump announces US leaving Paris climate accord

Rare Sea Turtle nests at Topsail Hill Preserve State Park

Oyster shell reefs help restore Choctawhatchee shoreline

Protecting coastal dune lakes

Barge washes up at St. Andrew State Park

Board votes to oppose exploratory wastewater injection well

Northwest Florida at a high risk for wildfires this year

Citizens voice concerns over wastewater injection well

Community forum held to discuss wastewater well

Cownose Rays recently spotted in Panama City Beach

Florida's wildfire season continues to worsen

Local nature trails could soon be part of a bigger loop

State House, Senate unanimously approve keeping BP oil spill funds in Northwest Florida

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Sarah Palin Sues New York Times Over Editorial

The Times said it would "vigorously" defend against Palin's claim that the newspaper defamed her in relation to the 2011 shooting of Rep. Gabrielle Giffords.

'Better Care' Act No Such Thing, Medical Journal Says

The Republican BCRA health care act favors the wealthy and leaves others with worse, more expensive health insurance, the New England Journal of Medicine says

Nasty Deaths Illustrate Fireworks Dangers

Because blowing up mannequins never gets old. And because fireworks can be very dangerous.

Cosby Unlikely to Speak Publicly About Case Before Re-Trial, Lawyer Says

An attorney for Bill Cosby said Tuesday that it is unlikely the comedian will speak publicly about his sexual assault case, after his spokesman said he was considering a series of town halls.

Alleged NSA Leaker Reality Winner Appears in Federal Court

Reality Winner, 25, entered court Tuesday shackled at her ankles and wrists wearing an orange jumpsuit as two U.S. Marshals escorted her in.