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'Explosion' of Salt Marsh Mosquitoes Swarms Collier County

A brood of salt marsh mosquitoes borne from high tides along Southwest Florida’s coastal mangroves descended on...

Outgoing Lee Health CEO Jim Nathan Reflects on Four Decades Working in SWFL Healthcare

On his first day at work at Lee Memorial Hospital, 44 years ago, Jim Nathan wrote that he expected the job to last...

NAACP, ACLU Bring Forum on Florida Criminal Justice Reform to Fort Myers

Calling Florida's criminal justice system "broken," and pointing to high rates of re-incarceration and growing costs...

Florida News

Outgoing President Dr. Wilson Bradshaw Reflects on a Decade at FGCU

After nearly a decade at the helm of Florida Gulf Coast University, president Dr. Wilson Bradshaw is stepping down...

Hurricane Season: Are Schools Getting a Fair Deal on Property Insurance?

Listen to the radio version of this story here. Hurricane Andrew caused close to $100 million dollars in property...

"Mega Citizenship" Event Lent A Hand To Migrants In Palm Beach, Broward And Miami-Dade

The N-400 application, the application for US citizenship, is 20 pages long. There are a lot of questions that...

NPR News

South African Man Crushed To Death By Wounded Elephant

Theunis Botha was leading a hunting group when the elephant charged and lifted him up in the air. At that point, a...

Federal Computers Dodge Global Malware Attack ... This Time

Experts say federal agencies have taken steps to secure networks, but they remain vulnerable.

At 94, Lithium-Ion Pioneer Eyes A New Longer-Lasting Battery

In 1980, John Goodenough's work led to the lithium-ion battery, now found in everything from phones to electric cars....

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.

Curious Kids: Lakes, Rivers & Estuaries

Curious Kids: Lakes, Rivers & Estuaries

The Curious Kids follow water as it flows from Lake Okeechobee down to the Gulf of Mexico.

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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