Researchers at the Roskamp Institute are working to determine if there is a connection between red tide and medical issues.
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission is monitoring red tide and fish kills using a helicopter, an airplane, and satellite imagery.
Red tide continues to hurt wildlife in and around the waters of Tampa Bay but the algae bloom is also having an impact on birds that fly above.
For many Bay Area businesses, COVID-19 was the first of a one-two punch. Now, it’s the red tide crisis, which is leaving anglers without work and fishing stores without customers.
Under the dock at Pelican Alley in Nokomis, artificial reefs are starting to do their job. Installed just days ago the reefs are already forming. Their job will include filtering red tide out of the water.
The canals of Buttonwood Harbour aren't usually home to sharks, but hundreds of bonnethead, lemon, and nurse sharks trying to survive red tide have found themselves gathered there indefinitely.
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission detected high levels of karenia brevis (red tide) from Indian Shores to Pass-A-Grille, and low to medium levels in other Pinellas County beaches.
The map may look like a toddler had some fun with a crayon, but thanks to researchers at the University of South Florida, it actually gives us a way to look at the forecast of red tide for the next few days.
The spill of wastewater from Piney Point is likely fueling the red tide algal bloom in Tampa Bay, but many everyday activities around the bay also play a big role in the health of the waterway.
Pinellas County officials are warning anyone planning to go to the beach this weekend that red tide could get worse due to onshore winds.
Toxic algae blooms are moving out of Tampa Bay towards the 35-mile stretch of Pinellas County beaches.
Gov. Ron DeSantis was in St. Pete to address the current status of red tide, saying the bay "looks a lot better than it did last week" following days of cleanup efforts that led to 1,300 tons of dead marine life and debris.
As red tide continues to plague Bay Area shores and waters, officials will learn just how extensive the impacts are on local businesses.
The city says there was a mechanical failure that led to 1,300 gallons of raw sewage to leak near Smacks Bayou. That's around 31st Avenue NE and Maple Street NE.
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission and the Department of Environmental Protection are working to provide real-time updates on the status of red tide around Tampa Bay's waterways.
There are four collection sites for Hillsborough County residents to dispose of dead fish collected from their property.
As the race to remove hundreds of tons of dead fish from Tampa Bay continues, there is rising concern about the health of seagrass as red tide devastates the waterway.
The stinky fish kill has led some residents to call on Governor DeSantis to step up the state's response. However, the governor is sticking to his stance.
As the red tide crisis continues to ravage Bay Area waters, city crews and volunteers are working around the clock to keep shorelines clean and it's making some progress.
Hundreds gathered in St. Petersburg on Saturday for a red tide rally in hopes of getting Governor Ron DeSantis to declare a state of emergency.