Naples Daily News
Capital Corner: Naples money for Crist; environmental projects at forefront
Michel Fortier/Staff Gubernatorial candidate and former Florida Governor Charlie Crist made a stop in Naples today to talk to constituents on Wednesday, November 13, 2013.
South Florida Sun-Sentinel
Why ex-WFOR meteorologist moved to WPEC
Jeff Berardelli is no stranger to severe weather. After all, he's been a meteorologist at the CBS affiliates in Fort Lauderdale-Miami and New York City , where he's forecasted hurricanes, blizzards and storms.
Southwest Florida freshwater fishery sees catches
Higher water levels and colder temperatures have driven the fish into feeding mode, marina manager Sharon Rodgers said.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Steve Crisafulli: We need commitment on Florida's water issues
One of Florida's most precious resources is water. Our state is world renowned for our 1,200 miles of beaches, our springs and more than 7,700 large lakes.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Flipping, Swimbaits Should Dominate Wild Card
Crowding is often an issue in high-level tournaments at Florida's Lake Okeechobee, as the Big O's massive largemouths are frequently ganged up in specific places.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Seminole Tribe members follow path of displaced ancestors
A small group of the Seminole Tribe of Florida rolled up the St. Marks River on Monday, just as many of their ancestors had done unwillingly in the 1800s.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
WPTV Local News
No sirens or lights before deadly crash
Monday night, candles placed in the shape of a cross flicker as traffic speeds by along State Road 70 in Okeechobee.
Statewide Water Planning Is Goal Of Next House Speaker
Florida may be surrounded by water, but the state has vast water problems that need to be addressed.
Southwest Florida Online
Tyler Beck Presenting Bird Habitat Program At Museum
Learn about habitat management and restoration work being conducted on Lake Okeechobee at the Clewiston Museum's free December program.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
WTAQ-AM Green Bay
Florida Seminoles work to preserve isle where ance...
As a fog bank rolled in behind them on Sunday afternoon, several members of the Seminole Tribe of Florida disembarked from a double-decker catamaran onto a small island off the coast near St. Petersburg in west-central Florida.
The Orlando Sentinel
Putnam makes state's water woes a priority
Adam Putnam looks over the flooded prairie of the Rafter T Ranch and can smell the opportunity, stronger than cow flop.
2 killed in early Sunday morning crash on State Road 70 in Okeechobee
A 21-year-old motorist and one of her passengers were killed early Sunday when hit by an oncoming sheriff's patrol car while turning into a McDonald's restaurant off State Road 70. Deputy Joseph Gracie, 46, was critically injured and a following patrol car was struck by a falling light pole around 2:08 a.m., according to the Florida Highway Patrol.
Big O Hike vets share stories
Veterans of the Big O hike love to share stories of past treks. Paul Cummings of Lake Worth recalled walking on the western side of Lake Okeechobee, and seeing two bald eagles mating in the sky.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
Treasure Coast temps and rain chances expected to rise as front approaches
The autumnal air that arrived on Thanksgiving felt phenomenal, but sadly it's not here to stay -- The 80s are making a comeback this weekend.
Sunshine State News
Who Profits from Florida's Mandatory Recycling Programs?
Can county governments run their own recycling operations and actually make money? The answer depends on the county.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Did summer Lake Okeechobee discharges into Indian River Lagoon help...
Phillip Pederson and Steve Parsons laugh with Mike Chora and his brother Ken while working at the Wabasso Tackle Shop on in this July 2013 file photo.
Temperatures to fall Wednesday as cold front takes hold
The Treasure Coast already has seen some showers this morning, and more are possible - or even a thunderstorm - as a strong cold front pushes through our area.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
South Florida Sun-Sentinel
Builders of proposed wind farm drop plans
Developers of a disputed energy-producing wind farm have dropped their plans to build 500-foot-tall turbines on the edge of the Everglades, a project representative confirmed Tuesday.
Historical Vignettes: Disastrous fires of the 1920s and '30s, part 1
This story is contributed by a member of the Treasure Coast community and is neither endorsed nor affiliated with TCPalm.com The Stuart Fire Department in 1925.