Stomach bug strikes second cruise ship
Princess Cruises' Caribbean Princess docked early Friday in Houston, ending passengers' vacations a day early amid an outbreak of norovirus.
40,000 piranhas smuggled into US
New York City resident Joel Rakower bit off more than he could chew when he smuggled nearly 40,000 piranhas into the United States.
Dolphin trapped in fishing gear freed
A dolphin is swimming free with her calf after she was caught in fishing gear Monday in the Indian River Lagoon near Vero Beach.
Are cruises floating petri dishes?
Reports of an outbreak of vomiting and diarrhea at sea have some imminent cruisers worried.
Tiger shark spotted off Juno Beach
Local divers and shark enthusiasts film a tiger shark off Juno Beach this weekend.
Manatees enjoy Peanut Island
Manatees delight onlookers at Peanut Island
Stuart Boat Show opens
The first boat show of the new year sails into Stuart
Get your pails & shovels ready!
Lake Worth prepares to host its inaugural sand sculpting festival
Fla. boater begins trip around the world
Florida man sets sail this morning on record breaking journey around the world.
New app to help marine life
NOAA Fisheries has an easy way to contact local agencies through it's new app.
New effort to regulate parasailing
Local state senator files a bill to make sure the popular trips are safe for visitors and residents alike.
Time for Gomez and Oz to make a life on their own
Woman takes cover under pool table
Severe weather caused minor damage across Palm Beach County and the Treasure Coast on Thursday. The National Weather Service also confirmed…
Rain, wind causes power outages, flight delays
A day of strong wind gusts and torrential rain caused damage and headaches throughout Palm Beach County.
Suit against school district widens
The family of a Port St. Lucie boy killed in a 2012 school bus crash is widening its wrongful-death lawsuit.
Two people found dead in Port St. Lucie
A man shot himself in the head shortly after police knocked on his door in Port St. Lucie, investigators said Thursday.
Restaurants with unpaid fines & expired license
A Consumer Watchdog investigation gets action. We reveal restaurants who are open for business with an expired food license.
Thieves forward WPB woman's mail fraudulently
It costs the US Post Office $300 million a year to forward mail, but it also may cost you your privacy. Some of that forwarding of mail is…
Free service, Nomorobo, blocks robocalls
Tired of robocalls? There is a free service that could help you hang up on those calls. Consumer Watchdog Jenn Strathman shows you if it…
Business loses $400 to utility scam
A utility ripoff targeting your wallet, that already cost one business $400. Consumer Watchdog Jenn Strathman shows you the red flags so you…