WFSU-FM’s Reporter’s Notebook: What to expect on the air today
Around the State
Attorney General Pam Bondi is launching a new anti-human trafficking training today in Tallahassee. Bondi has continually pushed for measures to combat human trafficking in the state. Ryan Benk reports from the event.
Congresswoman Lois Frankel is back home after a week-long visit to the troops overseas, which includes her first visit to Afghanistan. We’ll also find out what made this trip even more special for her. Sascha Cordner will share the congresswoman’s story.
James Franklin, head of Hurricane Forecasting at the National Hurricane Center explains the limits of current forecasting as well as developments in the field. NOAA’s forecasting computers are being upgraded over the next two years. Intern Nick Evans looks into what these improvements mean for Florida residents.
Hurricane season started last Saturday and continues until November 30th. Meteorologists are predicting an active season; an area of low pressure in the Gulf of Mexico, may develop into a tropical depression later today.
The Buzz In Tallahassee
The Leon County School district is holding a dedication ceremony today. Officials will unveil a new monument honoring former Leon County students lost in recent wars. Intern Chris Ford will tell us about the new memorial.
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