Talia BlakeMorning Edition Host & Reporter
After a brief stint as Morning Edition Producer at The Public’s Radio in in Rhode Island, Talia Blake returned to WMFE, the station that grew her love for public radio. She graduated with a double-major in Broadcast Journalism and Psychology from the University of Central Florida (Go Knights!). While at UCF, she was an intern for WMFE’s public affairs show, Intersection. In her spare time, Talia is an avid foodie and enjoys working out.
Recent Stories from Talia Blake
Ramps are closing overnight in Central Florida this week as more work is being completed on the SR 417/408 Interchange Project.
Survivors of the Parkland high school shooting won’t have to go to class on the first anniversary of the shooting that took 17 lives.
During the height of this past summer’s toxic algae bloom, a team of researchers from Florida Gulf Coast University took water samples from the Gulf of Mexico, the Caloosahatchee River and Lake Okeechobee to try and identify a common source of pollution.
On his first day in office, newly sworn in Governor Ron DeSantis is already making decisions that will have a long-lasting impact. DeSantis has appointed Florida’s Third District Court of Appeals Judge Barbara Lagoa to the highest court in the state.
It’s going to be a busy Monday for road changes in Central Florida as work is being completed on two major roadway projects.
Lake County is preparing to break ground on a new $7.8 million animal shelter. It’s a part of the county’s no-kill status.
PALM COAST, Fla. (AP) — Authorities say two white teens sent threatening and racist messages to each other on school-issued computers about a black teacher at a Florida high school.
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — State officials are estimating that Floridians had more than $4.2 billion in insured losses from Hurricane Michael.
A team of researchers from the University of Central Florida is holding its own in a national competition aimed at making driving safer, and the university is the only one going up against industry giants like Ford and Uber.
It’s official. Jerry L. Demings was sworn in Tuesday as Orange County mayor. The former sheriff quoted Walt Disney in saying he plans to make Orange County the experimental prototype community of tomorrow.