Hundreds of protesters rallied in Tampa, Bradenton, and other Florida cities today in opposition to Florida’s new immigration law. Many fear the law will make criminals out of Tampa residents as they strive to provide for their families while on their path to citizenship. “¡El pueblo unido jamás será vencido!” That is the voice of… Read more »
UPDATE: Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has signed a law that renames a Hernando County road for Rush LimbaughRead More
MidPoint: Big Changes to Florida Family LawRead More
Tampa Bay gets EPA grant money to help environmentRead More
The Scoop: WMNF’s daily digest of news headlines for Wednesday, May 31st, 2023Read More
New College of Florida could get a new mascot, despite the wishes of studentsRead More
National Hurricane Center is monitoring the Gulf of Mexico; expect rain in FloridaRead More
Tampa Bay Thrives is addressing the Tampa Bay region's mental health challengesRead More
Redistricting plan sparks constitutional standoff in FloridaRead More
Iconic Florida bird faces extinction - one group is fighting to save itRead More
The Scoop: WMNF’s daily digest of news headlines for Tuesday, May 30, 2023Read More
X Gonzáles and Derek Black slam conservative changes at their alma mater, New College of FloridaRead More
City Council member wants St. Pete to own mixed-income housingRead More
Miami & Tampa top nationwide housing price hikes
Miami and Tampa continued to top other metro areas nationally in home-price increases in March when compared to a year earlier.
The Memorial Day Episode with Dr. Fred Harvey
Dr. Harvey shares his frustration with the limitations of psychiatry and the benefits of functional medicine for treating mental health conditions. He also discusses the importance of self-love and valuing oneself and commemorates fallen veterans. Whether you’re seeking guidance on diet modifications or medical advice, Dr. Fred Harvey has you covered. Don’t miss out on this insightful and informative podcast!
Justice and Equity
A wide-ranging discussion about economic justice, the inequality resulting from the closing and repurposing of Just Elementary School serving predominantly Black communities. Neo-colonialism and the Black petis bourgeois who imitate white racist policies to the detriment of the community. Black conservatives disparaged the call for a travel advisory against Florida in defense of black business… Read more »
In Tampa on June 1, Florida medical boards will revisit transgender care
A joint panel of the Florida Board of Medicine and the Florida Board of Osteopathic Medicine is slated to discuss rules about treatments for transgender minors and adults.
Hillsborough County takes action to improve water quality in neglected community after push from advocates
A low-income community next to the University of South Florida has long suffered from a lack of clean water.
The Scoop: WMNF’s daily digest of news headlines for Friday, May 26, 2023
LISTEN HERE: National Hurricane Center monitoring potential tropical developments The National Hurricane Center forecasters are monitoring low pressure off the Southeast Coast for potential tropical developments. “Regardless if development, conditions over the peninsula will be unsettled today,” stated Florida Public Radio Emergency Network Meteorologist Megan Borowski. “The system should pull northward over the holiday weekend,… Read more »
Tampa’s Darryl Shaw, Manny Leto and Tom DeGeorge discuss latest changes in Ybor City
Ybor City is in yet another season of change, and Tampa developer Darryl Shaw is on the forefront of headlines surrounding the transition. He—along with public historian and club owner Tom DeGeorge—join us on air to discuss. Listen to the show via wmnf.org.
New courthouse measure provides relief to nursing moms
Listen: Governor DeSantis signed a measure last week that would require courthouses to provide private, clean spaces for nursing mothers to pump or breastfeed. WMNF’s Chris Young reports that this is the state’s effort toward helping women in the legal system. The measure exempts courts that are unable to comply at “reasonable cost” or require… Read more »
The Scoop: WMNF’s daily digest of news headlines for Thursday, May 25, 2023
LISTEN HERE: DeSantis launches pres. bid in botched Twitter announcement Gov. Ron DeSantis’s unorthodox Twitter announcement of his 2024 presidential run didn’t go quite as smoothly as he had hoped last night. Democrats were quick to respond following the botched announcement, with President Joe Biden’s Twitter campaign posting a link for people to donate to… Read more »