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Florida News

Environmental Group Threatens To Sue Over Failed Protection Of Species Including Sandhill Crane

The Florida sandhill crane is just one species an environmental group says the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has...

Officials Announce Another Local Transmission In Palm Beach County

Florida officials announced a new locally transmitted Zika case Wednesday—this time in Palm Beach County. It’s the second case stemming from local mosquitos in the...

Listen to Donald Trump's Speech At The Florida State Fairgrounds

Click here to listen to Donald Trumps complete speech Wednesday at the Florida State Fairgrounds in TampaDonald...

What Do Florida's Two Solar Amendments Actually Mean For The Sunshine State?

Click here to listen to the audio version of the story behind Amendment 4.At noon on a cloudless day, the sun beats down on the rooftop of a Coconut Grove hotel...

NPR News

Rescue Crews Race To Find Survivors In Rubble Of Quake-Hit Italian Towns
NPR Digital Media

Rescue Crews Race To Find Survivors In Rubble Of Quake-Hi...

Officials put the death toll at more than 240. There is a fairly narrow window of time after a quake when survivors can be saved from collapsed buildings, and search crews are...

Impeachment Trial Opens For Brazil's Dilma Rousseff
NPR Digital Media

Impeachment Trial Opens For Brazil's Dilma Rousseff

It's the final phase of a long process that could potentially remove her from office over alleged fiscal mismanagement. And every indication suggests she will indeed be impeached.

Are We The Earliest Intelligent Life In The Universe?
NPR Digital Media

Are We The Earliest Intelligent Life In The Universe?

A new paper suggests there are good reasons to predict that life will be increasingly common in the universe as the eons pass, says guest blogger Marc Kaufman.

PBS NewsHour

A glimpse inside operations at the Clinton Foundation
PBS NewsHour

A glimpse inside operations at the Clinton Foundation

The Clinton Foundation has been subject to increasing scrutiny in the presidential race.

In Iceland, refugees help yield diversity, economic growth
PBS NewsHour

In Iceland, refugees help yield diversity, economic growth

In Iceland, refugees help yield diversity, economic growth.

Why we should think of sexual intimacy in terms of pizza
PBS NewsHour

Why we should think of sexual intimacy in terms of pizza

In her new book “Girls and Sex,” Peggy Orenstein suggests that we re-think sexual intimacy

WGCU Presents

Korean War Vets: Stories of Service

Korean War Vets: Stories of Service

Five Southwest Floridians share their incredible experiences of service.

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.

2016 MAKERS: Women Who Make Southwest Florida

2016 MAKERS: Women Who Make Southwest Florida

View portraits of women who are leaving a lasting impact on SWFL

Let's Get Curious

Let's Get Curious

Curious Kids wins a Suncoast Emmy for 'What is a Watershed?"

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