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  • Big redfish a hot catch in Florida's Sebastian Inlet

    These are redfish like you have probably never seen them: 40-inchers rolling on the surface of Sebastian Inlet, slapping their black-spotted, coppery tails like tarpon. It's mesmerizing and heart-pounding unless you don't have a pulse.
  • Report: Sushi the bull shark caught, released

    Report: Sushi the bull shark caught, released
    A small bull shark nicknamed Sushi has been caught from a freshwater pond and released into the Indian River Lagoon, floridatoday.com is reporting. Read the full story at floridatoday.com.

    No one injured in boat plane crash in Rockledge

    No one injured in boat plane crash in Rockledge
    Two people were uninjured when the boat plane they were flying crashed into the Indian River Lagoon on Friday afternoon, according to Rockledge Fire Department. District Chief Tim Matson said the pilot and passenger were practicing touch and go landings...

    Everglades and beach funds moving in Congress

    The Everglades and beach projects in Florida stand to gain from a money bill moving through the U.S. House.  The House Appropriations Committee on Wednesday unanimously passed a spending bill for the fiscal year that begins in October, including $65.5...

    Palm Beach County girl credited for breakthrough in lionfish research

    Palm Beach County girl credited for breakthrough in lionfish research
    Lauren Arrington just wanted to top the other kids' science fair projects. But she ended up making a breakthrough that surprised even seasoned, Ph.D.-holding scientists. Her research showing that venomous, highly invasive lionfish can survive in...