Florida will intensify its effort to research, alert and educate the public about the toxic red tide algae.
BOCA GRANDE — Only one water sample throughout Florida — 15 miles off Collier County’s Gulf coastline — has shown any signs of the toxic red t…
ENGLEWOOD — The Gulf of Mexico may be offering a little yuletide cheer.
For the first time in months, all of Southwest Florida appears relatively free of toxic levels of the red tide algae.
The toxic red tide algae appears to be receding into the background, returning to its natural concentrations in the Gulf.
Signs of the toxic red tide dissipated along the Gulf shoreline from north Gasparilla Island to Clearwater, and that’s the good news.
SOUTH GULF COVE — A week ago, South Gulf Cove homeowners started seeing dead fish floating in their canals.
PUNTA GORDA — Despite lingering fears of red tide in our waters, Charlotte County tourism had its best year ever in 2019.
NOKOMIS — A local inventor who claims to have a cure for red tide is ready to sell it to the highest bidder.
ENGLEWOOD — Red tide algae is blooming in the Gulf, but its effects remain minimal in Englewood.
VENICE BEACH - The scent of dead fish has been rising along the Intracoastal Waterway and area beaches as red tide has started choking Venice-…
Manasota Key enjoyed a red tide-free morning Tuesday, according to several reports.
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ENGLEWOOD — Under a grey overcast sky and with a light, but steady, breeze from the east, Manasota Key’s public beaches enjoyed Monday morning…
ENGLEWOOD — Like elsewhere in Southwest Florida, Manasota Key cannot shake concentrations of red tide algae.
ENGLEWOOD — Manasota Key experienced a small fish kill Thursday.
ENGLEWOOD — Emerging technologies may help people, especially those with respiratory conditions, decide whether it’s safe to head to the beach…
Red tide is once again blooming off the Southwest Florida coast. This current bloom first surfaced in Collier County a few weeks ago, and sinc…
ENGLEWOOD — Depending upon which way the wind is blowing, red tide is either a problem or it’s not for Englewood Beach.
ENGLEWOOD — Chris Holland looked forward to a day fishing Friday.
BOCA GRANDE — Medium and low concentrations of Karenia brevis, the red tide organism, have been found in water samples off Charlotte County.
ENGLEWOOD — Sarasota and Charlotte counties remain healthy and free of red tide.
The poisonous red tide algae may be creeping up Florida’s West Coast.
Manatee, Sarasota and Charlotte counties Gulf waters are clean with, no signs of the toxic red tide algae.
By Warren Richardson