Corey Bachman

Corey is a reporter for WUFT News and can be contacted by calling 352-392-6397 or emailing

Epinephrine inhalers banned for environmental safety concerns

A recent statement from the FDA announced a ban on over-the-counter epinephrine inhalers because of the effects on the environment. This announcement follows the United States decision to ban products containing CFCs, which are in the inhalers. University of Florida Pharmacy Professor Leslie Hendeles says inhalers shouldn’t be sold over-the-counter …

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Taking a nip out of the feral cat population

Free-roaming domestic cats are a problem in Alachua County. Operation Catnip is a nonprofit organization offering free spay and neuter vaccines for unowned free-roaming community cats at the Alachua County Humane Society this Sunday. Florida’s 89.1, WUFT-FM’s Corey Bachman spoke with Operation Catnip Director Shaye Olmstead about why feral cats make up a large portion …

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Alachua County commissioners may lower millage rates

The Alachua County Commission will hold the first of two public hearings to finalize the budget and set property tax millage rates for the 2011-2012 fiscal year. Florida’s 89.1, WUFT-FM’s Corey Bachman spoke with Alachua County Commission Spokesman Mark Sexton about what the millage rate decrease could mean to Alachua County residents. [audio:]

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Safety in Alachua County schools changed forever after 9/11 attack

The aftermath of 9/11 brought many security and safety routine changes to Alachua County Public Schools. Alachua County Public Schools Spokeswoman Jackie Johnson says the crisis management plans in place in schools throughout Alachua County are more specific now.  Corey Bachman reports. [audio:]

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United Way gets football weekend started in downtown Gainesville

The start of University of Florida Gator football season is just days away.. and it always marks the beginning of United Downtown. Florida’s 89.1, WUFT-FM’s Corey Bachman spoke with United Way of North Central Florida Communications Vice-president Dana Napier about this new event. [audio:]

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Study shows more Americans believe they are spiritual but not religious

A new reports finds Americans have growing dissatisfaction with religion and don’t really think about faith. University of Florida Professor David Hackett says a Duke University study shows more people don’t identify with any one religious group, although many believe in God. [audio:]  

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