From rivers of toxic slime to a mind-boggling plan to inject a giant bubble of freshwater 1,000 feet underground, "Drained" examines the massive plan to restore the river of grass and poses the big question about the future of this natural wonder: Can it be saved?
As those who lived through Irma demonstrate, the effects of hurricanes can last long after storms dissipate.
By Matt Levin Florida Center for Investigative Reporting Low-income residents in South Florida who escaped the worst of Hurricane Irma still found themselves enduring catastrophe in the aftermath. ...
Overdevelopment threatens to choke off a critical wildlife coordinator in Central Florida connecting the Everglades to the rest of the state.
While Florida state government bans the terms “climate change” and “global warming” in official business, this coastal fishing village of about 500 people and more water than dry land is being swallowed by the sea. But town officials here are fighting back with some success.
Contamination from septic tanks threatens one of the most biodiverse waterways in North America.