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Black History Month in SWFL: Chris Daniels

We’re now more than halfway through Black History Month. So, in honor of those of black heritage here in Southwest Florida, WGCU is featuring local ...
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Naples Students Host Vigil To Honor Victims of Parkland Shooting

Listen to the audio version of this story. At the Naples Pier on Thursday night, a student group organized a vigil to mark the somber ...
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Free Heart Health Screenings Provided Throughout February

The American Heart Association  partnered with a national drugstore to provide free heart screenings for women throughout the month of February. The AHA started the ...
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‘Fake Threat, Real Consequences’ in Lee County Schools

Since last year’s mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, schools in Lee County have received more than 200 violent threats. In response, the ...
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United Way Offers Tax Filing Assistance for Low-Income Residents

The United Way of Florida released its latest report on poverty in the Sunshine State last week in Tallahassee. During that press conference, the organization’s ...
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Florida Lawmakers Once Again to Consider Bans on Fracking

The number of oil and natural gas wells in the U.S. that use what’s known as ‘fracking’ has increased more than ten-fold in the past ...
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FGCU Requests 9.3 Million For Red Tide Research

Florida Gulf Coast University researchers began the process this week to pursue funding for an initiative focusing on red tide research ...
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FGCU Researcher Reveals The Cause Of Red Tide During Lecture Series Speech

Listen to the audio version of this story. During the height of this past summer’s toxic algae bloom, a team of researchers from Florida Gulf ...
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Red Tide Affects Seabird Species Differently

Seabird specialists say that toxic red tide blooms in the Gulf of Mexico affect every species differently. Some shore birds are affected later than others ...
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Red Tide Is Giving Most Of Florida A Break, For Now

After months of widespread red tide infestation along Florida’s coast, the noxious algae bloom is giving much of the state a break ...
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