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The toxic algae bloom gripping the southern Indian River Lagoon and St. Lucie River on Florida's east coast has residents fearing the water and air they breathe.
The algae releases a foul smell as it dies and decays.
90.7 environmental reporter Amy Green traveled to the area. Her stories will air starting Thursday. She joins us now. Published in Central Florida News, Environment
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and the Florida Department of Health are investigating a possible case of Zika virus caught locally in Florida, officials confirmed late Tuesday. Published in Central Florida News, Health, Health WMFE
During a visit to Orlando Tuesday Senator Marco Rubio came face to face with a protester who lost two friends during the Pulse shooting. He joined two dozen people just blocks from the nightclub to confront the senator about his stance on guns. Published in Central Florida News, Pulse Shooting