Janet Reno was the nation's first female Attorney General.  She also fought a 20 year battle with Parkinson's Disease.  To former Martin County Commissioner Maggy Hurchalla, she was Jannie, her sister and partner in adventure.

HD 2 Problems

Nov 10, 2016

We have been receiving inquiries from listeners concerning problems streaming  HD2 . We are working to have this problem corrected as quickly as possible and apologize for any inconvenience.  Thank you for listening and we appreciate your patience.

2016 Election Coverage

Nov 8, 2016

Today, as results come in across the country, NPR reporters will be updating this breaking news blog in real time. The NPR Politics team, along with Member station reporters, will be providing live updates in the form of photo, video, commentary and analysis for both national and local contested races.

Democracy at work

Nov 7, 2016

This is Paul Janensch with a Treasure Coast Essay about the 2016 election.  Are you registered to vote in Florida?  Have you already voted early?  For many, it’s a long ballot.  Everyone on the Treasure Coast votes for president, U.S. senator, member of the U.S.

Drew Mello talks with Andy Bowler, President and CEO of Indian River Habitat for Humanity.

The non-profit is celebrating 25 years of providing safe and affordable homes to those in need in Indian River County.

For more information on Indian River Habitat for Humanity click here:


Nov 4, 2016


Haunted mansion?

Oct 31, 2016

This is Paul Janensch with a Treasure Coast Essay about a mansion in Fort Pierce that may or may not be haunted.  Very appropriate for Halloween.  The imposing, Spanish-style structure on U.S. 1 north of 25th Street was built in the 1920s as a private residence.  I’ve driven by it scores of times.  People say it evolved into a bar, a gambling casino and a bordello.  A man visiting the bordello was shot to death by his wife on the stairway.  His ghost stayed as a resident.  Or so the story goes.  The St. Lucie County Historical Society says the legend is poppycock.