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
Florida’s Cannabis Director Holly Bell says permits for growing hemp could be issued at the start of the coming year.
Swimmers are advised to stay out of the water at Brevard County beaches, until tests confirm the water is safe after Hurricane Dorian.
90.7 WMFE & 89.5 WMFV want to make sure you are prepared, safe and informed as Hurricane Dorian approaches Florida. You can look to your local public radio stations for clear and concise updates and safety information. Here’s a quick guide to resources and coverage plans. Follow this page for updates on closures, evacuations and preparations from local and state agencies.
With Florida in the projected path of Tropical Storm Dorian, Central Florida municipalities are opening up sandbag operations.
As Labor Day approaches, gas prices are near the lowest level of the summer. And even with the threat of Tropical Storm Dorian, AAA officials say they are not expected to rise.
A new study released Monday shows that spiders that survive hurricanes are more aggressive.
Orange County Government wants residents to be storm ready ahead of the peak of hurricane season. Starting Monday, the county is hosting a free self-serve sandbag program.
Orlando officials thought they purchased two male black-necked swans to be potential mates for Lake Eola’s female swan Queenie. However, that was not the case. One of the swans died last month, and a necropsy revealed the swan was actually female.
The sparkling waters of the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary help pump $4.4 billion into the state’s economy while supporting 43,000 jobs, according to a report published Tuesday.
The Plantation mall explosion over the weekend damaged stores and injured more than 20 people. Now, some employees in the surrounding businesses are out of work.