Molly DuerigEnvironment Reporter
Molly is an award-winning reporter with a background in video production and investigative journalism, focused on covering environmental issues for WMFE and WMFV. Previously, Molly was an investigative reporter for Spectrum News 13, where she spent 3 years reporting in-depth and daily TV news stories, including continuing coverage of an amusement ride tragedy in Orlando that earned a first-place Sunshine State award from the Society of Professional Journalists' Florida chapter. Molly speaks Spanish, loves to travel and is grateful to have had the chance to report stories from places as distinct as Nebraska, Peru and Puerto Rico. She has a master's degree from the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University.
- State officials to propose a waterfowl area at Lake Apopka
- State agency keeps Split Oak road discussions moving forward
- State agency to address Split Oak’s future at Tuesday meeting
- Volusia Council approves 9-month ban on ‘heavy industrial’ development
- Many Floridians with private wells don’t know how to take care of them
- Titusville fails to thwart a voter-approved "right to clean water"
- What Florida’s new "Disaster Relief" law means for Volusia
- Volusia County weighs options trying to block a proposed fuel terminal
- Volusia elementary school celebrates new water, wastewater services
- Final phase begins on Flagler’s emergency dune restoration project
- Petition against Ormond fuel site reaches 30,000 signatures
- Indian River Lagoon saw 'fairly extensive' fish kills this year