TCPalm’s top Treasure Coast headlines in about 5 minutes to start your day. Hosted and reported by TCPalm staff. Available weekdays by 5 a.m.
April 12: People want answers on hepatitis A outbreak and slimy Florida critters make headlines
Producers Dacia Johnson and Hannah Schwab get listeners caught up on the big headlines this week on TCPalm.
Palm City man may be 3rd person to die from hepatitis A complications: http://bit.ly/2P3Xyro
SLC Sheriff: Deputy did not use excessive force in detaining 11-year-old: http://bit.ly/2UUwVKK
17-foot female python with 73 eggs captured in Big Cypress National Preserve: http://bit.ly/2UcVyOm
Toxic, dog-killing toads are invading Florida yards: http://bit.ly/2Z2IIGc
April 10: 'People are starved for information' on hepatitis A outbreak in Martin County
TCPalm reporters and columnists are asking a lot of questions about the growing hepatitis A outbreak...but they aren't getting a lot of information from the Florida Department of Health in Martin County.
Amid full-blown Hepatitis A outbreak, Health Department needs to step up: http://bit.ly/2KlP1RT
Hepatitis A in Martin County to date is equal to past seven years combined: http://bit.ly/2UsxuMv
Martin County 'high risk' for hepatitis A; 2 people have died, 13 cases confirmed: http://bit.ly/2I8csML
How should Florida respond to the hepatitis A risk? Here's what happened in Kentucky: http://bit.ly/2IkVdqM
Hepatitis A: 10 things you need to know about the liver infection that killed a Martin County couple: http://bit.ly/2WTBDWE
April 5: Fake bomb threats, Make Lake O Great Again and hurricane predictions — oh my!
Did you miss a big headline this week on TCPalm? Producers Dacia Johnson and Hannah Schwab can get you caught up.
Police used fake bomb threat to install cameras in Robert Kraft sex spa case: http://bit.ly/2FO9sBE
Mar-a-Lago arrest: How security works at Trump club breached by Chinese woman with malware: http://bit.ly/2ViG64K
Trump's MAGA hats inspired Make Lake O Great Again hats, but can they save polluted lake? http://bit.ly/2UmKrYs
AccuWeather predicting 2-4 major storms in 2019 Atlantic hurricane season: http://bit.ly/2VnJ3ks
Experts at Colorado State University predict 2019 will bring 13 named storms, 5 hurricanes: http://bit.ly/2G1Y7zg
2019 Atlantic hurricane names: http://bit.ly/2CXD7I2
March 29: Teachers packing, Trump speaking and tourists invading Florida amusement parks — oh my!
Producers Dacia Johnson and Hannah Schwab talk headlines topping TCPalm this week.
Florida bill to arm teachers advances — and maybe that's a good thing: http://bit.ly/2YxeMSr
President Trump to visit Lake Okeechobee to tout work on dike repair, EAA reservoir: http://bit.ly/2OyXaRp
To Lake Okeechobee from Mar-a-Lago, Trump may see Everglades restoration projects: http://bit.ly/2FGqCC5
Worried about crowds at Star Wars Land? So is Disney, and here is what it's doing about it: http://bit.ly/2FHKC7t
What's new in 2019 from Star Wars Land to Sesame Street: http://bit.ly/2uz1O8Z
Disney banning smoking areas in parks and limiting stroller sizes: http://bit.ly/2HKs2hd
March 27: Algae in fish and algae in the air. So is it safe to go near the water?
Environmental reporter Tyler Treadway explains what the most recent blue-green algae studies mean for residents and why the discharges haven't stopped yet.
March 22: Sharks are closer than you think and viral video leads to 'peaceful protest' (hopefully)
Outdoors writer Ed Killer explains why sharks migrate to Florida this time of year and why a viral video is angering fisherman in Sebastian.
Sharks are much closer than you may think: http://bit.ly/2JuHyzC
Palm Beach Boat Show offers deals for boat buyers: http://bit.ly/2CvpkIr
Fish Joyce’s Dock: https://www.facebook.com/fishjoycesdock/
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