Author Archives: Lisa Greenberg
A new bill proposed by two Florida senators could push the speed limit on highways and interstates up by 5 miles per hour.
The American Academy of Pediatrics suggests that parents should monitor their children’s “media diet” more closely.
Construction on electronic signs along areas of Interstate 75 should begin around January, nearly two years after the 20-vehicle pileup that inspired public concern over drivers’ safety on the highway.
Just 68 years ago, the course of American history was changed when 160-thousand allied troops stormed the coast of Normandy. On the eve of D-day, WUFT-FM’s Lisa Greenberg reports more on the lives of those lost in Normandy. […]
The University of Florida is one of 7 institutions to receive a $67- million grant from the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research. Florida’s 89.1, WUFT-FM’s Lisa Greenberg spoke with UF’s National Dental Practice Based Research Network Education and Training Coordinator […]
Space-X’s Falcon 9 rocket carried the unmanned Dragon capsule into space today from Cape Canveral, Fla., marking the first time a private company has sent a spacecraft to the space station. The mission is considered the first test of NASA’s plan to […]
The Santa Fe Teaching Zoo will graduate 38 student zookeepers from the Zoo Animal Technology Program today. Director of Santa Fe College Teaching Zoo Jonathan Miot says the college’s program is unique because it gives students on job experience in […]
Students Against Destructive Decisions and the “I DRIVE SAFELY” program have teamed up in Florida to promote responsible teen driving at a local level. Florida’s 89.1, WUFT-FM’s Lisa Greenberg spoke with SADD Statewide Coordinator Danielle Branciforte about this program.
Despite concerns about a case of mad cow disease found in California, the meat on your dinner plate is just fine. University of Florida IFAS Meat Specialist Chad Carr says this case should show how well the firewalls in the […]
The monkey business continues as the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission searches for the Patas monkey first spotted last week in Gainesville. FWC Public Information Coordinator Karen Parker says, while Patas monkeys can be aggressive, this animal seems to […]