Millions of gallons of oil continue to drift around in the Gulf of Mexico. As Gulf Coast towns brace for tar balls and oil sheens, WUFT-FM’s Sarah Curran tells the story of one town where residents are playing a waiting game to see what will happen to their way of life, coasts and culture.[audio:http://www.wuft.org/media/audio/4KeyD.mp3]
Florida's lucrative strawberry industry is in danger as Mexico imports cheap produce into the United States. Farmers have immense financial stress on them as they must lower their prices to stay competitive.