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The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ proposed Lake Okeechobee release schedule unveiled last week appears to favor environmental concerns over agriculture and development, but the real divide between proponents and opponents is an east side-west side story.

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Lion Country Safari welcomed a male baby Plains zebra to its herd. The foal and mom are spending quality time together and are visible to guests from their cars in the Hwange section of the safari, along with the rest of the zebra herd. Lion Country Safari is home to largest herd of zebra on…

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New rules laying out the do’s and don’ts physicians must follow when certifying patients to smoke medical marijuana took effect last week, but it’s not clear that doctors or patients are fully aware of them.

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As boaters across the state take to Florida’s coast to scallop, UF/IFAS Extension and Florida Sea Grant agents ask enthusiasts to keep these tips in mind for a safe, fun and sustainable trip.

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The floodgates have opened for college athletes in Florida and across the country to make money based on their names, images and likenesses, as the first contracts started to be inked Thursday.

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Pointing to a “legal fiction,” two pari-mutuel facilities have filed a federal lawsuit challenging a newly approved plan for the Seminole Tribe to operate sports betting in Florida.

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Key West residents will have a chance next week to say how the island community should respond after Gov. Ron DeSantis signed legislation late Tuesday that overturned a local vote limiting cruise ship operations at the city’s port.

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Officer Jessica Diaz and United States Fish and Wildlife Officer Jared Briley received a call from dispatch in regards to an injured bird off of Indian Key Fill in Islamorada.

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When learning the ropes — and rods — of saltwater fishing, thorough preparation involves more than just a rich arsenal of gear and the appropriate attire. Open-water fishing is challenging and requires technique and prior research.

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With summer drawing near, it’s no secret that anglers want to be on the water. Learn about everything from boat ramp etiquette to need-to-know safety tips for boating in Florida.

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The Sheriff’s Office is urging anglers, divers and boaters to stow their gear and lock up their valuables as they’re seeing an uptick in

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In the 1992 film ‘A League of Their Own’ Tom Hanks playing Coach Jimmy Dugan emphatically tells Bitty Schram playing Right fielder Evelyn Gardner “There’s no crying in baseball.”

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In Ernest Thayer’s 1888 poem “Casey At The Bat” there is ‘no joy in Mudville’.

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With the release of the 2020 Boating Accident Statistical Report, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) encourages boaters to focus on taking the necessary steps for a safer boating experience.

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On Friday May 14, UM hosted ACC Coastal Division leader Georgia Tech.

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For the first time since 2014, Miami Dade College’s (MDC) baseball team has been crowned state champions after defeating Sante Fe College over the weekend. MDC Sharks won the state championship at the 2021 FCSAA State/NJCAA Region 8 South Atlantic District Championship.

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The same daily papers and social media outlets that had Miami Baseball heading to Omaha for the College World Series after the season’s first weekend are now tolling the bells of an unpropitious finish, widely predicting Miami not making the NCAA Tournament.

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Governor Ron DeSantis announced the popular 2021 Gulf red snapper recreational season is set to open June 4 and run through July 28, with a possible fall reopening if quota is available.

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With Democrats decrying the “eleventh-hour” move, the Florida House and Senate on Wednesday revived and passed a controversial plan that would ban transgender female athletes from competing on high-school girls’ and college women’s sports teams.

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Coming off a series sweep avoiding win at North Carolina last Sunday and a midweek shutout of FGCU, Miami’s confidence was high heading into Friday’s series opener at Harrington Athletics Village against the Boston College Eagles (17-21,6-28 ACC).

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Springtime means tight lines for many anglers. With winter in the rearview, more and more people are chasing saltwater excursions that involve fishing.

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Miami Baseball (22-13,14-12 ACC) remains unranked this week after a split series loss at Boshamer Stadium up in Chapel Hill against the North Carolina Tar Heels.