October 12, 1992 |
In the Everglades, snails are reportedly mating with unusual fervor, new leaves are sprouting from ravaged gumbo limbo trees, the hearty alligator thrives as always and all 23 radio-collared endangered Florida panthers have been accounted for.
August 26, 2005 |
A sodden, slow-moving Hurricane Katrina lumbered ashore on Florida's densely populated southeastern coast Thursday, toppling trees that killed two people, knocking out power to more than 1 million households and dumping so much rain that widespread flooding was feared. "This isn't so much a windstorm as a rainstorm. It's the flooding we're worried about," said Judy Sarver, Broward County communications director. Citing Katrina's "tremendous rain," Gov.