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Men and women will walk a mile in red stiletto heels to raise awareness of domestic violence issues and raise funds for SafeSpace.  You can find out more about services offered by SafeSpace and about the event by clicking HERE.

Seniors vs Crime is a statewide effort that helps recover money and educate seniors or potential fraud risks.  You can find you more by clikcking HERE.

It seems you can find out how to do just about anything on YouTube.  Finding out what you need for things like renewing your driver's licence in St. Lucie County is now one of them.  Find out more by clicking HERE.

Juvenile killers who received life sentences are entitled to resentencing under a supreme court ruling.  A new podcast explores several local cases.  Find out more by clicking HERE.

The annual Citrus Show is at the Fenn Center in Ft. Pierce Jan. 23-24.  Find out more by clicking HERE.

Archeology Day will be presented Saturday Jan, 19 the Richardson Center on IRSC's Meuller Campus from 10 a.m. till noon.  Admission is free.  Find out more by clicking HERE.

Tania Ortega-Cowan

Diminishing habitat. Red tide. News of our local environment is often quite… grim.

But there’s more to the story.

Each day, people with hopeful hearts and scientific minds work together to preserve what we do have…. and to improve it for future generations.

KG: “It’s nice that there are places like this that we can still save.”

That’s Ken Grudens, Executive Director of the Indian River Land Trust.

With too many activities to pack into one week, St. Lucie County Shedules Martin Luther King commemorateive activities.  To see a schedule, click HERE.

See Indian River County Events by clicking HERE.

Martin County Events can be found by clicking HERE.

St. Lucie County Sheriff Ken Mascara and St. Lucie County School Superintendant Wayne Gent discuss school safety for the first part of the current School Year.

During a stop in Stuart, Florida's new governor, Ron DeSantis, announced clean water policies and called for the resignation of each member of the board of the South Florida Water Management District.

Cleveland Clinic officials visit the Treasure Coast to announce affiliations with Martin Health Systems and Indian River Memorial Hospital.

The start of a new year usually brings resolutions, and clean slates.

If decluttering is your thing, you might be wondering what to do with all that expired medication you just pulled from the depths of the cabinet!

Or…. maybe someone close to you has made the New Year’s resolution to give up prescription drugs and needs help disposing of it… responsibly.

The old way was to flush or trash it. Now we know this only helps those chemicals get into the soil, the Lagoon and even our water supply!!!

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