9:32 am
Thu July 26, 2012

Restoring Simpson Island

The island in the Indian River Lagoon in Martin County is being transformed into a haven for birds.

9:25 am
Wed July 25, 2012

Get alerts about state corrections facilities near you.

The state now makes the alerts available find out more here.

Vietnam Wall
9:36 am
Tue July 24, 2012

Looking for photos of those who died in Vietnam

The National Call for Photos is a campaign to collect a photograph for each of the more than 58,000 men and women whose names are inscribed on The Wall.  Collected pictures will be used in the Education Center at The Wall and can also be found on The Virtual Wall.  Find out more here.

9:21 am
Mon July 23, 2012

Be careful when stocking your ponds

Only Florida Large Mouth Bass are permitted.  Find out more from the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.

bass stocking
9:19 am
Mon July 23, 2012

Florida's Largemouth Bass are unique

If you're stocking a pond, make sure you get the real thing.  Find out more here.

9:43 am
Thu July 19, 2012

Fun facts about I-95

We talk with author Barbara Barnes about her book "What's Great About I-95: Maine to Florida."

9:09 am
Mon July 16, 2012

Don't eat the lionfish

A warning from our local extension office about the invasive lionfish being found in our area. You can report lionfish or other invasive fish  at

9:13 am
Thu July 12, 2012

Mercury study in Indian River Lagoon

Harbor Branch scientists want to collect hair samples from anglers who may consume fish from the lagoon.  A meeting will be held at The Lagoon House in Palm Bay July 17 from 12 p.m. till 2 p.m..  You can get more information on the study or volunteer by emailing Adam Schaefer at

12:46 pm
Wed July 11, 2012

100 homes for Habitat for Humanity of Martin County

Ground was broken this week for Habitat for Humanity's 100th home.  Meet the McClain family who will live there.

11:41 am
Tue July 10, 2012

Florida and the provisions of the Federal Affordable Care Act.

The Governor says the state will not comply, but some lawmakers say it's too early to jump to conclusions.