El Dorado made into artificial reef after being damaged during Hurricane Michael

May marks the start of sea turtle nesting season along the Gulf Coast

Group from Tallahassee holds meeting to discuss future of St. Joseph Peninsula State Park

Tupelo honey harvest looking good after Hurricane Michael

Environmentalists call on Governor to act on climate change

Rosemary Beach celebrates Earth Day with the unveiling of invasive lionfish statue

Earth Day of Bay County event hosted at McKenzie Park

Scheduled aerial insecticide spraying set for sundown at Tyndall AFB

Deer Point Reservoir drawdown officially finished

County-wide initiative to replant trees in area

Joe Moody Harris Park suffers massive tree loss

Tips for keeping your plants safe

Gulf County 2019 bay scallop season set

Jackson County state parks may have some restrictions this tourist season

Local organization hosting sustainable development expert

DeSantis touts executive order, environmentalists cautiously optimistic

How the government shutdown is affecting Panama City NOAA lab

Local animal rescue helping to recycle Christmas trees

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SpaceX deploys 60 Starlink satellites after successful launch

SpaceX launched a Falcon 9 rocket carrying 60 Starlink satellites that aim to provide high speed internet. This was the highest number of satellites the company has deployed at a single time.

Assange indictment: Advocates see peril for journalism

Leakers and publishers who publish leaks aren't the same, say advocates across the political spectrum.

Weinstein accusers tentatively agree to $44 million settlement

The proposed agreement, which was disclosed in bankruptcy court on Thursday, is separate from the criminal charges against Weinstein in New York.

Rep. Nadler: Robert Mueller wants to testify to Congress — but in private

Mueller is willing to give a public opening statement but closed-door testimony, House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler said.

WikiLeaks co-founder Julian Assange indicted on 17 new charges under Espionage Act

"This is madness. It is the end of national security journalism and the first amendment," WikiLeaks tweeted shortly after the charges were announced.