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INDIANTOWN —  The arrival of a cutting-edge and environmentally friendly Biorchar carbon plant came one step closer to reality on Southwest Fox Brown Road here after the Village of Indiantown Planning, Zoning & Appeals Board voted unanimously April 1 to recommend approval of the major si…

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MARTIN COUNTY – At a time when our planet needs all the friends she can get, the Children's Museum is hosting Earth Fest, an event aimed to show what humans can do to love and care for the place we all share and call home.

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TREASURE COAST — With manatees on the move due to changing water temperatures, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission is urging boaters to slow down, especially in marked manatee zones.

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FLORIDA – AAA - The Auto Club Group, is urging drivers to focus on the road ahead of them and not on their smartphones in April which is Distracted Driving Awareness Month.

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FLORIDA - As of March 29 water temperatures off Key West were around 81.5 degrees Fahrenheit, about five degrees above normal. That does not bode well for the 2021 hurricane season, according to the meteorologists at AccuWeather.

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FLORIDA - The number of Florida law enforcement officer killed this year has now risen to 11 and more than half of the deaths are the result of violent attacks on police officers. Only 2 two line-of-duty deaths had occurred during the same time period last year.

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MARTIN COUNTY - The key-note speakers offered inspiration and expertise to members of the Young Professionals of Martin County (YMPC) during their 2nd Annual Women’s Day Brunch.

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FLORIDA – A measure to encourage private developers to help restore seagrass in Florida's coastal estuaries has cleared the Florida State House Environment, Agriculture and Flooding Subcommittee.

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FLORIDA - As the latest round of standardized college entrance examinations gets underway, the Attorney General's office is advising parents to beware of emerging standardized test preparation scams.

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FLORIDA – The Attorney General's office has issued a Consumer Alert warning Floridians about an increase in phone calls from impostors posing as Florida law enforcement officers.

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FLORIDA – The arrival of spring brings increased energy usage, especially since many of us continue to spend more time at home.

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FLORIDA – A bill that would help the Florida tourism industry recover from the ongoing pandemic has been re-introduced in the U.S. House by Florida Representatives Bill Posey (R-FL) and Charlie Crist (D-FL).

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FLORIDA - U.S. Representatives Bill Posey (R-Florida) and Charlie Crist (D-Florida) reintroduced the American Space Commerce Act, H.R. 1369, in support of American leadership in space.

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FLORIDA - A Consumer Alert has been issued warning Floridians of the possibility that scammers will renew efforts to get a piece of the millions in stimulus money being distributed by the federal government this month.

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MARTIN COUNTY - The Martin Artisans Guild latest exhibit and sale will feature over thirteen artists from the Martin Artisans Guild in a variety of media.

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FLORIDA - The State of Florida has joined with 14 other states in a lawsuit against Google for what the complaint claims is the internet search giant's multiple violations of federal and state antitrust and consumer protection laws.

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MARTIN COUNTY -The Sailfish Splash Waterpark in Stuart opened its gates for spring break on Saturday March 13, officially kicking off its 9th consecutive season of splashtastic fun for kids and families!

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FLORIDA - The Florida Attorney General's Office along with 40 other state attorneys general, have reached a tentative settlement agreement with Retrieval-Masters Creditors Bureau over a data breach that exposed the personal information of up to 21 million people, including 1.25 million Flori…

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TREASURE COAST - If you have a pet or care for animals, you’ve probably received several emails from your veterinarian and animal protection organizations informing you that March is National Pet Poison Prevention Month.

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TREASURE COAST - The American Red Cross South Florida Region is offering free virtual classes through the end of March. Some of the classes are for children, some for adults, and some for entire families.

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FLORIDA - The Florida Attorney General's Consumer Protection Division has secured more than $260 million in restitution and other relief for residents of the sunshine state since 2019.

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Rhonda DuBord, who is a member of the Freedom Boat Club of Ft. Pierce, landed this permit game fish on April 6 off the second buoy from the Ft. Pierce Inlet. It measured 31-inches and weighed in at 17 pounds!  "It was heavy to hold!" said Rhonda. Nice catch!

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Laura Nan Robertson of Palm Bay told us she hadn't been fishing for 20 years. Then her son Doug took her out off Cocoa recently and she caught the biggest fish ever. A 20 inch 5 pound Bass. Nice catch Laura!

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Joe Helle caught this Crappie in Port St. Lucie on Presidents Day. It weighed in at 1.5 pounds! He told us he's visiting from St. Louis Missouri where it was -3 degrees! Welcome to Florida Joe! Nice catch!