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Brilee Cochran of LaBelle captured the title on May 2. Brilee trains with local cutting trainer - Coy Smith Cowhorses . This is her second year qualifying for National Highschool Rodeo Finals going … more
With COVID-19 vaccine now widely available in Florida through pharmacies, hospitals and county health departments, Florida Department of Health is encouraging the public to be vaccinated in order to … more
TALLAHASSEE -- Today (April 29), Governor Ron DeSantis signed SB 88, Farming Operations, preserving Florida’s agricultural heritage and modernizing Florida’s Right to Farm Act more
Clean up is underway for a toxic algal bloom at the Pahokee marina more
Most vaccination sites now take walk-ins as supply of the COVID-19 vaccine exceeds demand. more
For the first time in its 109-year history, the South Florida Fair will hold a second fair in the same year. This unprecedented second fair is being held from May 7-23... more
The Sugar Festival was canceled. Black Gold Jubilee went on as planned. more
A new study shows Florida was the No. 3 most catfished state in 2020 with 1,603 victims losing $40,173,934 to romance scammers. more
Upon arrival, deputies found the vehicle on its side and immediately shut down State Road 29 so that firefighters and EMS could assess the scene. more
COLLIER COUNTY - Executive Order # 2020-07 issued on October 22, 2020 by the Collier County Commission mandating that individuals wear a face covering in public in certain circumstances has expired … more
The recent increase in vaccination sites means COVID-19 vaccinations are easier to get in South Florida. Many sites do not require appointments. more
On April 1, the Florida Housing Finance Corporation (Florida Housing) announced the launch of a statewide art contest... more
A team of scientists at the University of Florida have sequenced the genome of the internationally important ‘Tommy Atkins’ mango... more
OKEECHOBEE – Local officials should be aware of bills currently under consideration in the Florida Legislature that could hurt home rule... more
HENDRY COUNTY- The local chapter of WoVen has announced their first Zoom meeting scheduled for Wednesday, March 24, at 10 a.m. more
NAPLES- A traffic stop in Golden Gate led to the arrests of two convicted felons on multiple felony drug charges Monday night, more
LABELLE -- When it comes to living in South Florida, there are numerous advantages to planting native plants more
As nesting season begins for waterbird species across the state, FWC is sharing five easy ways that the public can help. more
 Conservation groups oppose Burnett Oil Company’s request to the state of Florida for permits to develop oil infrastructure inside Big Cypress. more
Spring has arrived and the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) wants to make sure that everyone recreating... more
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