Kristin MooreheadWLRN 2021 Summer Intern
Kristin Moorehead is a recent graduate of the University of Florida with a B.S. in Telecommunication.
She has worked on many award-winning radio projects at WUFT in Gainesville, including podcasts like 4 Days, 5 Murders, From the Front Lines, and more. She has also anchored live Morning Edition broadcasts, and co-produces a daily Florida news podcast called The Point.
Kristin has been an activist in the Tourette Syndrome community for years. She has given presentations about TS to schools and organizations across Florida, and has attended multiple national conferences with the Tourette Association of America.
In her free time, you can find her sewing, exploring new restaurants or shopping at a local thrift store.
Over the summer, Kristin will be interning at WLRN. She hopes to strengthen her reporting skills and learn from the talented staff here. The thing she’s most excited about is immersing herself in South Florida culture and community. After her internship, she will be returning to UF to complete a masters degree.
Wednesday was the last day of school for Miami-Dade County Public Schools.
Boat sales increased by 13% in 2020, according to the National Marine Manufacturers Association. South Florida boaters were also part of the national trend.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis announced the opening of registration for the python challenge, at a press conference Thursday.
One of the events will be a FLoatarama boat parade on the New River.
While many are excited to finally see friends and family this Memorial Day weekend, some are encouraging us to recognize the origin and solemnity of this holiday.
The 60 new electric school buses have zero emissions and will require less maintenance than their diesel counterparts.
As we head into the South Florida rainy season and the first year that Miami-Dade County has banned fertilizer to help improve Biscayne Bay, University of Miami chemists are looking at another way to clean up fertilizer — by changing how we make it. UM chemistry professors Carl Hoff and Burjor Captain worked with two graduate students to discover a way to improve the production of fertilizer.