Recent Florida Matters episodes
During a three-day visit to Tampa, Scott sat down for in-depth interviews with several television and radio stations. He also took a page from former Gov. Bob Graham and spent some time doing another job -- selling doughnuts.
Talk about sticker shock – insurance rates in our region for sinkhole could go up between 400 and 2,000 percent. What’s going on and what can be done about it?
Recently, the Citizens Property...
If you’ve been outside lately, you’ve probably noticed a particularly vicious crop of mosquitoes this year. They’re spreading diseases such as Dengue Fever in parts of Florida, but scientists and pest control experts are fighting back.
Florida Matters examines the ongoing impact the spill has on our community and along the Gulf Coast, and what progress has been made in the restoration efforts.
During the program, Florida’s leading scientists discuss their continuing role...
The state's plan to put private campgrounds and RV sites in some state parks ignited a firestorm of public opposition. We take a look at why the idea generated so much controversy, and what may lie ahead for Florida's state parks.
Soon, people in Tampa Bay will no longer be able to look to the east and see the long, thin trail after the launch of the space shuttle. We discuss what the shuttle’s retirement means for Florida and the future of Americans in space.