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Economics with Rick Harper
4:02 pm
Thu April 17, 2014

Harper: Florida Made-For-Trade, Interest Rates, & Tax Day

Credit Uiniversity of West Florida

Time now for our weekly review of the region’s economy with Dr. Rick Harper – Director of the UWF Office of Economic Development and Engagement, and advisor to the Florida Senate.

Interview Highlights:

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Red Snapper
3:42 pm
Thu April 17, 2014

Red Snapper Season Announced

Credit Photo via Flickr//Abraham Chacko

Fifty-two is the magic number for recreational fishing for red snapper in Florida waters for 2014. WUWF’s Dave Dunwoody reports that’s how many days the species can be sought.

Meeting on Wednesday, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission set the red snapper period from May 24 -- the Saturday before Memorial Day – through July 14. Amanda Nally at FWC says the dates are by design to include two of the three summer holidays.

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Spencer Set For 2014
1:26 pm
Thu April 17, 2014

Return To Boston: Sandra Averhart Speaks With City Councilman & Runner Brian Spencer

Brian Spencer running in the 2006 Boston Marathon.
Credit Brian Spencer

It was one year ago that two pressure cooker bombs exploded near the finish line of the Boston Marathon, killing three people and injuring more than 260 others. This week, the city of Boston is marking the one-year anniversary of the April 15, 2013 bombing and preparing for this year’s race.

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Nutrition
2:39 pm
Wed April 16, 2014

Interview With Dr. Bruce Ames: Nutrition Via Biochemistry & Molecular Biology

Dr. Bruce Ames
Credit IHMC

Food is so plentiful that getting enough to eat seems assured. But because of the low quality of the diets and food so many people consume, most of us are deficient in at least some critical vitamins and minerals. As a result, the body, faced with shortages of key nutrients, quietly sacrifices long-term health for short-term survival. The result is age-related diseases like cancer, heart disease, immune dysfunction and cognitive decline.

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Pensacola City Charter
1:51 pm
Wed April 16, 2014

Bare Proposes Changes To City Charter

Credit Charles Bare

Citing what he sees as a need to restore the separation of powers in city government, Pensacola City Councilman Charles Bare is proposing a number of changes to the five-year-old city charter.

The amendments from Bare -- who’s a candidate for mayor – would give the council the ability to set financial controls, including changes to the city budget, and in other ways re-determine the organization of city government. He refers back to the City of Hialeah’s charter – the basis for Pensacola’s.

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