Saturday, August 15, 2020
Beneath scenic Merritt’s Mill Pond, we learn that there is more alive in the waters beneath Florida than one might think. Researchers at Florida A&M University are discovering new species of cave crustaceans, and redefining biodiversity in the Floridan...
In late spring and early summer, wood storks and other wading birds head to rookeries to nest. To see one, we head into a cypress swamp owned by a married couple, who manage it as a preserve. ...
The American bumblebee may sound like something you'd see in your backyard, but you are more likely seeing the common eastern bumblebee. We get to know the less common species and see what they can teach us about...
At Fred George Basin Greenway, geologist Harley Means takes us to two sinkholes that may one day become one of the Red Hills’ sinkhole lakes. I’m off trail, following Harley Means into a hole in the ground.  Maybe...
WFSU Public Media's Executive Producer for Television, Suzanne Smith, talks with WFSU's FM News Director Lynn Hatter and Morning Edition Host Gina Jordan about their recent Retro Local Stories on the histories of Smokey Hollow and the FAMU Hospital....
With the passing of the civil rights act in 1964, integration has been repeatedly used as a reason to close historically black Institutions. This story explores how the creation and closing of one African American hospital on the Florida...
The conversation continues between WFSU Public Media's Executive Producer for Television, Suzanne Smith and WFSU FM News Director Lynn Hatter and Morning Edition Host Gina Jordan about their favorite parts and the the challenges of putting together stories focusing...
Before the 20th century, one-room schoolhouses educated the majority of America's children. Now, many of these structures have fallen into disrepair and only an estimated 14 remain in Florida. Callaway's Historical Society has worked to preserve the city's schoolhouse...
https://wfsu.org/local-routes/2019-06-20/how-wfsu-prepares-for-a-hurricane/ When it comes to storm preparation, WFSU's TV and Radio Departments do it a little differently than everyone else. While we do make sure we have food and water handy and...
Greenwood’s only grocery store—The Greenwood Supermarket caught fire after Hurricane Michael. Now, the small town is a food desert and neighbors can’t afford fresh food due to recovery costs from the storm.