- 200,000 shark fins seized at Ecuadorean port Updated: May-28-15 5:37 pm
QUITO, Ecuador - Police in the Ecuadorean port city of Manta say they have seized about 200,000 shark fins destined to be illegally exported to Asia where they would fetch up to $1.5 million.
- Texas bill seeks to curb shark finning Updated: May-27-15 12:24 pm
AUSTIN, Texas - Texas lawmakers have sent to Gov. Greg Abbott a bill that bans the sale of shark fins in Texas, a move aimed at curbing the practice of cutting off the fins and tail and releasing the fish to die.
- It's peak migration season for sharks off SC coast Updated: May-23-15 3:44 pm
CHARLESTON, South Carolina - People seem to be encountering more sharks off the South Carolina coast, but officials say there's nothing to worry about.
- 13 great white sharks seen in water off Huntington Beach Updated: May-21-15 6:15 am
HUNTINGTON BEACH, California - More than a dozen young great white sharks were spotted in waters off Sunset Beach in Huntington Beach.
- Great white shark cruising East Coast becomes Twitter star Updated: May-17-15 6:00 pm
BOSTON - They're gonna need a bigger Twitter.
- Twitter shows great white shark off New Jersey Updated: May-08-15 7:41 am
BRIGANTINE, New Jersey - She's back.
- Commercial fishing for large coastal sharks closed off La Updated: May-07-15 4:07 am
BATON ROUGE, Louisiana - The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries has closed commercial fishing for large coastal sharks in Louisiana waters.
- Great white shark pings off Virginia coast Updated: May-06-15 5:49 am
ASSATEAGUE, Virginia - A 16-foot-long, 3,456-pound great white shark named Mary Lee has emitted a signal, or "pinged" of the Virginia-Maryland coast.
- Authorities identify Hawaii shark victim Updated: Apr-30-15 4:41 pm
HONOLULU - Authorities in Hawaii have identified the victim of a fatal shark attack off Maui as a 65-year-old Kihei woman.
- Hawaii scientists try to explain uptick in shark attacks Updated: Apr-30-15 2:38 pm
HONOLULU - As the number of shark attacks in Maui continues to climb, researchers at the University of Hawaii are trying to figure out the reason.