It may not be as amazing/disgusting as that legendary snake-exploding-while-eating-an-alligator photo (which we are now lobbying to be adapted as the official state seal), but officials have found another invasive snake in the Everglades that had just made a meal out of a rather large native spec ... More >>
Let's face it. Between the current hurricane season and the impending apocalypse, there's a better-than-average chance we are in for some sort of disaster in the near future. Fear not, Miamians, you will not go thirsty.Enter the LifePack ($28.84 from Amazon.com), a portable water filtration devic ... More >>
Last November, a patient being treated for Legionnaire's Disease was found to have stayed at the EPIC Hotel in downtown Miami. Two weeks later, a second patient, treated after contracting Legionnaire's Disease, was traced back to the EPIC as well. And then, there was a third. The Miami-Dade County H ... More >>
What was contaminating our drinking water? Who knows - Dade officials stopped looking.
Water pollution is more serious than the WASD plan would have you believe
Should 2700 little birds be allowed to hold up the reclaiming of the Everglades?
If you were Steve Shiver, why would you meet with one lobbyist when you could meet with a bunch of them?
Last week's cover illustration? Disgusting!
Want to hear more about a plan to protect the county's water supply from contamination? Good luck.
Officials insist the Lake Belt created by limestone mining in Northwest Miami-Dade will be an eco-panacea. Critics say that's all wet.
Planners hope the Natural System Model can help restore the Everglades. But will it survive politics?
For the Cuban cowboys of west Miami-Dade, restoring the Everglades means destroying their way of life
When Everglades National Park chief Dick Ring held a feel-good camp-out in the Dry Tortugas, he really toasted some people's marshmallows
This can't be what the real estate pros have in mind when they say "Location, location, location"
A century of messing with Mother Nature has robbed the Everglades of too much water. Now we don't even have enough for ourselves.
A "proactive" Metro-Dade is dragged kicking and screaming into environment consciousness
Years of neglect have poisoned the land and contaminated the water under Miami International Airport. Investigators are just now beginning to grasp how bad it is. It's very bad.