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Archive for Wednesday, April 27, 2016



BROKEN LAGOON: Microscopic Algae Cells Wreak Havoc In The Indian River Lagoon

A little more than a month after an algal bloom triggered a massive fish kill in the Indian River Lagoon researchers from the Florida Institute of Technology say they have evidence of new blooms. They sampled six locations over the weekend and say the blooms have started to flourish in the northern lagoon.
Published in Broken Lagoon Series, Central Florida News, Environment, Special Series Stories



Indian Harbor Beach Mulls Coyote Feeding Ban

Indian Harbor Beach is considering a ban on coyote feeding. City council members will discuss the proposal at tonights council meeting. The city has been grappling with a coyote problem since the start of the year.
Published in Central Florida News

Intersection: The Lagoon, The Economy & The Senate Race

Today on Intersection a conversation with 90.7s environmental reporter Amy Green, whos been reporting on the health of the Indian River Lagoon all this week. Later in the program, an update on how the commercial space industry is helping boost the Brevard County economy. And political analysts Dick Batchelor and Chris Carmody join the program to talk about Floridas US Senate race.
Published in Central Florida News, Intersection