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Scientist are looking at fighting the Southwest Florida water crisis with oysters. They hope the delicacy will help fight red tide and blue-green algae. Scientists... [Read More]
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The Roskamp Institute is seeking volunteers and political backing for the study. [Read More]
Medical experts and researchers would like to study the potential long-term impact from red tide on humans and may now get the funding from the... [Read More]
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A large part of the Maine coast remains closed for harvesting of shellfish including clams, oysters, and mussels. [Read More]
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Medical experts and researchers would like to study the potential long-term impact from red tide on humans and may now get the funding from the... [Read More]
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Congressman Vern Buchanan held a press conference at Sarasota Memorial Hospital on Monday to discuss the long-term health effects of Red Tide in humans. [Read More]
Live to VOD recordings of WWSB's newscast... [Read More]
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SARASOTA- Did last year's red tide even bring more than just dead fish and a terrible smell to shore? Experts don't know what the lasting... [Read More]
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Rep. Vern Buchanan joins with health officials to tout legislation providing research funding. [Read More]
The red tide crisis might be in our rearview mirror now, but scientists want to be better prepared for the future. [Read More]
Medical experts and researchers would like to study the potential long-term impact from red tide on humans and may now get the funding from the... [Read More]
Most people in Tampa Bay are familiar with red tide, the harmful algal bloom that afflicted the Gulf Coast last year, but no one really... [Read More]
Today, a local lawmaker is discussing a new multi-million-dollar study to look into widespread concerns about the long-term health effects of red tide. [Read More]
Live to VOD recordings of WWSB's newscasts... [Read More]
Dave asks: What's happening with our beaches in Florida? Red tide, bacterial infections, stinking sea weed…is there a link? [Read More]
Scalloping was banned in Pasco in 1994, and after a trial season, it's officially back this year after 25 years. This was part... [Read More]
Summer activities are in full swing at Maine's First Ship's second annual "Summer at the Freight Shed" series. Visitors are invited to take part in... [Read More]
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