Author Archives: Chantal Lamberth
While tempatures continue to rise, some people and families are finding refuge at local state parks, such as Blue Springs Park in High Springs.
A University of Florida student has made his big break in the world of theatre performance. As Florida’s 89.1, WUFT-FM’s Chantal Lamberth reports, Ocala’s Felipe Bombonato, will be joining the national touring show “Cats” this October.
A sigh of relief has been released in Jacksonville, where business owners and sports fans alike, waited to hear the decision regarding the NFL lockout. Florida’s 89.1 WUFT FM’s Chantal Lamberth tells us that there is a lot of work […]
\A roughly 7-million-dollar grant has been awarded to a UF-led team to study the effects of the oil spill along the Gulf Coast of Florida and Alabama. As Florida’s 89.1 WUFT FM’s Chantal Lamberth reports, the team is searching for […]
Two University of Florida undergraduate students are spending the summer participating in an ambitious project to measure seismic activity across the United States. Florida’s 89.1, WUFT-FM’s Chantal Lamberth spoke with University of Florida Assistant Professor of Geological Sciences, Mark Panning, […]
Two Marion County teenagers have been ordered to remain behind bars after being charged with conspiring to murder a ninth-grader. Florida’s 89.1 WUFT FM’s Chantal Lamberth reports the boys were heard planning the students death through an Xbox.
A town forum is being held this week in Crystal River to talk about an extension of an emergency rule by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service regarding manatees. The USFWS is mandating an idle speed across all of King’s […]
The verdict in the Casey Anthony trial was reached today, less than two hours ago, and she has been determined not guilty to first degree murder, aggravated child abuse and aggravated manslaughter, but has been determined guilty of providing false […]
By Chantal Lamberth – WUFT-FM Governor Rick Scott has lowered property taxes in the state of Florida, but as WUFT -FM’s Chantal Lamberth reports, the cut has led to some reductions for the state’s water management districts.
Shark sightings are becoming more frequent as the summer goes on and WUFT-FM’s Chantal Lamberth tells us that one local shark expert says there are some simple ways to avoid a shark encounter.