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Tropical Storm Debby drenching Florida’s west coast

The National Weather Service and National Hurricane Center report coastal areas of North Central Florida will receive several inches of rain over the next 24 hours as Tropical Storm Debby continues on a NE track in the Gulf of Mexico.  The exact track of the storm is still a bit …

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Springs protection focus of water supply forums

Over the years, the Florida Springs have become a hot issue with concerns of their continuous degradation. H.T.Odom Florida Springs Institute Director and Professor Bob Knight talks with WUFT-FM’s Alyssa Averette about the increasing nitrate levels and the threats caused to the Springs. Knight: There’s a very widespread reduction in flows in springs …

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Despite rain, water levels remain low

Water levels in North-Central Florida are still low despite rainfall this past weekend…and Suwannee River Water Management officials say it may take a tropical system to pull water levels back up to normal. District Senior Engineer Megan Wetherington urges residents to continue conserving water.

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Jumping sturgeon keep boaters on the look-out

After seeing no jumping sturgeon incidents last year, there have been 4 so far along the Suwannee River this year. Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Spokeswoman Karen Parker says getting hit with one of these fish can do significant damage. “Think about this- you’re running down the river, going …

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