Red tide algae is present in Gulf waters, but for the most part its impacts have been minimal.
ENGLEWOOD — The good news is sun-worshipers can enjoy near-perfect days on Gulf beaches.
VENICE — These days are good days to spend at local beaches.
ENGLEWOOD — These days are good days to spend at local beaches.
ENGLEWOOD — Water samples drawn near several Sarasota County Gulf beaches show low concentrations of red tide for the first time this season, …
VENICE — Water samples drawn near several Sarasota County Gulf beaches show low concentrations of red tide for the first time this season, sta…
ENGLEWOOD — You’ve got to know which way the wind blows if you worry about red tide.
ENGLEWOOD — Red tide isn’t bad around Manasota Key and Gasparilla Island, but it’s hanging around.
ENGLEWOOD — Blow, eastern winds, blow. Push red tide further offshore.
ENGLEWOOD — When a job needs to be done, why wait?
Beachgoers will be wise to know which way the wind blows.
MURDOCK — Plans were a bit muddy Monday, but Sandy Gilbert is more than ready to come to Charlotte County and share how his nonprofit battles …
PINE ISLAND SOUND — The toxic red tide algae does not want to leave Lee County waters.
There were no major changes in red tide blooms reported this week, but state officials are continuing to keep an eye on the coastline, especia…
While Gulf waters off Manasota Key and elsewhere in Charlotte and Sarasota counties remain red tide free, Lee and Collier counties’ waters con…
ENGLEWOOD — Water samples from Gasparilla Sound in Charlotte County showed “very low” traces of red tide this week.
ENGLEWOOD — New technology is allowing scientists to find red tide outbreaks quicker — and more accurately predict where it may go next.
Red tide is rearing its head in Lee and Collier counties.
Traces of the toxic red tide algae are turning up in local water samples off some South Sarasota County beaches.
SARASOTA — Toxic red tide algae held all Southwest Florida in a choke hold in 2018.
Nowhere in Florida have signs of the toxic red tide algae turned up.
University of Florida researchers are asking fishing guides and other marine-based businesses to tell them about the catastrophic red tide blo…
Only one water sample recently taken throughout Florida showed any signs of red tide.
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.