Protecting sea turtles by minimizing human impact

Longleaf Pine Landowner Incentive Program accepting applications

Red snapper season starts for recreational fishing

Community celebrating World Oceans Day

Combating invasive species

Workshop to help get rid of invasive species

Beach erosion at St. Andrews State Park

Hammerhead shark caught in Panama City Beach

Local divers catch more than a thousand lionfish during tournament

Scientist notices signs of sawfish population recovering

Bay County residents breathing some of the cleanest air in the US

More artificial reefs draw in more fish, divers off Mexico Beach

Gulf Power employees help at E.O. Wilson Biophilia Center

Okaloosa County Commissioners seek long term dredging solutions for Destin pass

Tortoise found covered in red spray paint and concrete

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Gulf Power teams up with Eglin Air Force Base to save tortoises

Matt Gaetz visits East Pass

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The Confederacy still haunts the campus of Ole Miss

The University of Mississippi wants a more diverse student body, but it's a struggle when many students cling to its Confederate past.

Rescue ships finally dock in Spain as migrant debate roils Europe

The Aquarius was stuck off the coast of Sicily last Saturday when Italy refused it permission to dock and demanded that Malta do so. Malta also refused.

How some elite charter schools exclude minorities

Loose laws let scores of charters create policies that favor white students.

Chinese national arrested, detained at green card interview

Xiu Qing You had waited three years for a green card interview. What he thought was a happy day instead ended with him separated from his family.

Family still searching for missing mother 36 years after mysterious disappearance

Kelly Bergh-Dove, 20, was working the overnight shift at the Imperial gas station in Harrisonburg, Virginia when she called police to report a strange man lurking outside the station in the early morning hours of June 18, 1982. No one has seen or heard from her since.