Saharan Dust is making its 5,000-mile journey from the African continent to the Caribbean, Florida, and will blow as far west as Texas, meteorologists say.
On Thursday morning, along the shoreline of Lido Beach a loggerhead sea turtle nicknamed ‘Steve’ returned home. Steve was affected by toxins from red tide.
Instead of finding a lot of dead fish along Sarasota and Manatee County beaches, you'll find a beach full of spring breakers.
Red tide doesn’t bring concerns only for wildlife, but also health concerns for people at the beach. The American Lung Association is warning people, that it can cause respiratory issues.
With spring break upon us officials are working fast to clear the beaches of dead fish from red tide.
The Florida Department of Fish and Wildlife is tracking red tide, which has been spotted along Gulf Coast beaches from Naples to Clearwater and has a map to help tourists see which areas are being impacted.
In the interest of public health, the Indian Rocks Beach Homeowners Association is canceling IRB Beachfest, the group's largest annual fundraiser which had been scheduled for April 15.
Walking along Coquina Beach, Nancy Gilmour can spot a dead fish or two.
A toxic algae bloom that runs from Naples to Clearwater is wreaking havoc along the west coast.
As red tide continues to sit off the Gulf coast, reported three manatees were rescued within a couple of days after they showed signs of exposure to the harmful organism. One sea cow was found near Holmes Beach.
If you’re heading to the beach in the next couple of days, you may want to reconsider which beach you go to. NOAA is forecasting a high risk of respiratory irritation from red tide at some beaches in Pinellas, Sarasota and Lee Counties over the next 36 hours.
Two years after scientists first field tested a clay mixture to mitigate red tide, they are looking back on what they learned in Sarasota County and preparing for a new field test.
The beach was packed with people watching the sunset Monday evening, despite high levels of red tide being detected off the coast.
A bloom of red tide algae is killing fish and making trips to the beach unpleasant along Pinellas County's southern beaches, including St. Pete Beach and Pass-a-Grille.
Beachgoers didn’t let a red tide bloom ruin their weekend.
A Pinellas County spokesperson said they are implementing phase one of it's red tide response plan after samples found high concentrations of red tide at Pass-a-Grille and Treasure Island. A health alert was issued Friday for the beaches.
A new advisory in Pinellas, Manatee and Sarasota counties warns beachgoers of an increased risk for respiratory issues
The Florida Aquarium is teaming up with Ocean Conservancy to host panel discussions about what red tide is, how it spreads and what needs to be done to prevent it from destroying the gulf and Tampa Bay.
New technology may allow shellfish farmers to test for red tide toxins, allowing them to self-monitor the levels in their harvest.
The latest test results from Pinellas County’s Environmental Management team Thursday showed low levels of red tide at Gulf Pier and Bay Pier in Fort De Soto Park in Pinellas County.