The two convicts that were released from a Florida prison by accident were caught over the weekend, the Florida Department of Law Enforcement announced. Joseph Jenkins and Charles Walker were found at a Coconut Grove Motor Inn in Panama City Beach on Saturday evening and were immediately taken into ... More >>
While most people only know scallops as a delicious dish at their favorite seafood restaurant, for born and bred Floridians know the word calls up something more. Scallopin' is a closely held tradition for many locals, especially those whose families have been here more than a few generations. Eve ... More >>
Ten relatively obscure species found in the Sunshine State have landed the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service in a legal tussle.The black rail, the Georgia blind salamander, a siltsnail, and the purple skimmer are among the animals that Fish and Wildlife has failed to adequately protect, accor ... More >>
Despite well-documented injustice, a Pembroke Pines youth remains in jail
Sometimes, the Pulp likes to do its civic and professional duties. FIU prof Neil Reisner asked that I share this with you. It actually looks interesting, like something upstanding and professional journalists ought to consider attending. I don't know about the boot camp schtick though. They've been ... More >>
From the "What The Hell Do I Know" file, the Herald story about the FDLE chief's e-mails in the Bay County boot camp death case caused the special prosecutor to take the FDLE off the case. You may recall that I derided the story as overplayed and overstated, saying the e-mails, while newsworthy, wer ... More >>
Yeah, Jeb's boys saved the Miami Blue. But since then, it's been open season on the environment.