Unfortunately, this has been a horrible week for explosions.
While the nation is still coming to terms with the tragedy that took place at the Boston Marathon, a massive explosion took place at a fertilizer plant in West, Texas at around 7:50 p.m. last night.
More than 160 have been reported inj ... More >>
Yesterday we told you about a lady who tried dry-humping riding a manatee like a horse and then disappeared into the ether.
Pinellas County Sheriff's deputies were not amused and announced that they were on the lookout for the manatee molester.
"Go ride a Jet-Ski. Don't use animals. She needs to b ... More >>
As if snakes large enough to swallow -- or at least try to swallow -- alligators in the Everglades aren't frightening enough, U.S. Geological Survey researchers delivered a bit of unsettling news this week about Burmese pythons. These massive beasts can't be held back by saltwater. The resea ... More >>
BallotpediaMatt Hudson, R-NaplesThe U.S. Geological Survey estimates that there are about 370 million barrels of undiscovered oil under South Florida -- and State Representative Mark Hudson (R-Naples) wants to go looking for it.Specifically, he wants to go back to old plugged or dry wells and giv ... More >>
U.S. Geological SurveyThis is a Nile Monitor lizard, which you should not wrestleIf you see a seven-foot lizard in your Broward or Palm Beach residence, that's a problem, according to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.Nile Monitor lizards, native to Africa, have been popping u ... More >>
PETA says: Stun and decapitateFlorida Fish and Wildlife has yet to respond to a July 30th letter from Lori Kettler, senior counsel for People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), concerning humane death for Florida's thousands of Burmese pythons. Tori Perry, senior cruelty caseworker at P ... More >>