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Some People Still Without Power, More Than A Week After Irma

It’s been more than a week since Hurricane Irma hit the state. Florida Power & Light is still working to restore...

Voices Of Hendry County Residents In-Need After Irma

Since Hurricane Irma hit Southwest Florida last week, officials in Hendry County said they've been handing out, on average, a couple semi-trucks of food and water per...

Lee Mosquito Control Predicts Large Outbreak Post Irma

The Lee County Mosquito Control District predicts that a large mosquito outbreak is coming as a result of heavy rain...

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Graham-Cassidy Health Bill Would Shift Funds From States that Expanded Medicaid

The bill's sponsors say their plan to reallocate federal health funding among states is more equitable. It also...

Macho Man, Little Princess: How Gender Norms Can Harm Kids Everywhere

Girls are vulnerable, boys are strong. It's a dichotomy that researchers observed in 15 countries around the world —...

Is Fondant Free Speech? Chefs Show Support For Gay Marriage As Court Case Looms

"You'd think cake would be apolitical, and yet here we are," says one of several D.C.-area pastry chefs who wrought...

WGCU TV Productions

2017 MAKERS: Women Who Make Southwest Florida

2017 MAKERS: Women Who Make Southwest Florida

WGCU celebrates women who are leaving a lasting impact on the region.

Reading, Writing & Civil Rights: Enduring Impacts

Reading, Writing & Civil Rights: Enduring Impacts

Southwest Florida leaders reflect on the unintended consequences of school desegregation.

Vietnam VETS: Stories of Service

Vietnam VETS: Stories of Service

Southwest Florida Vietnam War veterans share their remarkable stories of service.

Preserving Our Waters

Preserving Our Waters

A look at the 50-year history of the Estero Bay Aquatic Preserve.

Mullet: A Tale of Two Fish

Mullet: A Tale of Two Fish

Trash fish or treasure? The long and storied history of Florida's most under-appreciated fish is explored.

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