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Local 10's "Florida Files" brings listeners tales of mystery, whodunits, and what-in-the-world exploits, exploring intriguing real-life stories through the people who lived through them. It’s a step-by-step in the who, what, where and why of South Florida’s most captivating stories – The Florida Files, Local 10’s original serial podcast.
 
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Bryan and Luke talk with David Bernard, Chief Meteorologist at WVUE-TV in New Orleans, about his and his TV station’s experiences during Hurricane Ida. What did they know before Ida hit? Was it a surprise? What was it like in the city during the storm? How has the recovery gone in the city and it the hardest hit areas? How could communications have…
 
Will Manso and Clay Ferraro talk about the Miami Dolphins, including Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa's rib injury after he was knocked out of Miami's 35-0 loss to the Buffalo Bills, the 'Fins struggling offensive line and, with all that, what's next for the Dolphins.By WPLG Local 10
 
On this emergency episode of the Miami Sports Pod, Local 10 Sports Director Will Manso dives into the current state of the University of Miami football team. The Hurricanes 38-17 loss to Michigan State at Hard Rock Stadium dropped the Canes to 1-2 on the young season, but it's clear the team has a ways to go before it can get back to any sense of g…
 
Episode 39 of the Chirping the Cats podcast previews the Florida Panthers' 2021 Development Camp. Host David Dwork breaks down several players on the roster, including a handful that could make an impact in the NHL this season. Also discussed is the Prospect Showcase Tournament that the Panthers youngsters will participate in, competing in a round-…
 
Bryan and Luke talk with Dr. Roni Avissar, Dean of the oceanography and meteorology school at the University of Miami about research underway at the school, including a new idea for detecting the strength of hurricanes, a hurricane forecast model, using a helicopter to better understand how hurricanes strengthen, and what’s involved in being a dean…
 
Chirping the Cats Episode 38 is the final installment of our three-part series of favorite Florida Panthers memories. Tune in as host David Dwork speaks to a variety of guests, including former players, current and former broadcasters, and members of the media, to get a varying perspective of favorite Florida Panthers memories from the team's nearl…
 
On this episode of the Miami Sports Pod, Local 10 Sports anchors Will Manso and Clay Ferraro discuss the trade rumors linking the Miami Dolphins to Houston Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson. Sticking with the QB talk, Will and Clay also talked about Miami's current signal caller, Tua Tagovailoa, who had himself a pretty solid training camp and pres…
 
Does it seem like extreme rain events are happening more often? The statistics show this is the case and it has major implications for where and how we live. Urban areas are particularly impacted as we have seen in recent years in Southeast Louisiana and the Mississippi Gulf Coast. Dr. Trepanier discusses extreme weather and its impact on current a…
 
A special edition of the Bryan Norcross Podcast. Luke interviews Bryan about how Hurricane Andrew changed his life, the morning Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans, covering Hurricane Sandy, naming winter storms, and more. This is Part 2 of an extensive conversation.By WPLG Local 10
 
Chirping the Cats Episode 37 is part two of our three-part series of favorite Florida Panthers memories in which host David Dwork speaks to a variety of guests, including former players, current and former broadcasters, and members of the media, to get a varying perspective of favorite Florida Panthers memories from the team's nearly 30 years of ex…
 
Chirping the Cats Episode 36 is the first of a three-part series in which host David Dwork speaks to a variety of guests, including former players, current and former broadcasters, and members of the media, to get a varying perspective of favorite Florida Panthers memories from the team's nearly 30 years of existence. This episode features intervie…
 
A special edition of the Bryan Norcross Podcast. Luke interviews Bryan about his life, communications philosophy, key weather moments, and much more. From his first hurricane broadcast during Hurricane Camille, to his first time anchoring when nobody could get to the TV station in a major snowstorm, to running a news department, to of course, Hurri…
 
On the latest episode of the Miami Sports Pod, Local 10 Sports anchors Will Manso and Clay Ferraro break down the Miami Dolphins first preseason game of the 2021 season. Will and Clay discuss what they liked and didn't like from the game, including the play of Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa.By WPLG Local 10
 
Is it possible to predict blizzards, tornado outbreaks and hurricane landfalls as much as 300 days in advance? It is an idea first advanced almost 80 years ago by a weather bureau meteorologist named Jerome Namais and it was called the cycling pattern hypothesis. Fast forward to the 1980s and Gary Lezak noticed the same type of repeating patterns. …
 
Bryan and Luke talk with Dr. Brian Glazer from the University of Hawaii at Manoa about his research into microbes and how they exist is extreme natural environments like volcanoes and deep in the oceans. Plus we learn about a new system called Hohonu, which has the goal of measuring ocean, bay, or river levels in real time so we know what’s happeni…
 
On Episode 35 of the Chirping the Cats podcast, host David Dwork takes a look at the Panthers offseason, from a busy couple of days during the NHL Draft to a flurry of moves that saw general manager Bill Zito double down on a lot of the additions he made last offseason. This episode also provides updates on contract negotiations with Sam Reinhart a…
 
The inimitable David Dwork joins us to discus as we get in the olympic spirit... - Stralman dump and the price paid - How that cap space was used - Sam Bennett's extension - Carter Verhaeghe's extension - Sam Reinhart contract negotiations - Timeline for Barkov extension - NHL Free Agency reactions - Atlantic Division preview…
 
Bryan Norcross was literally the voice of the storm during Hurricane Andrew as its 200 mph winds were tearing people's homes apart in 1992. His broadcast career has spanned more than 50 years beginning with his first weather advisory he read over the radio for Hurricane Camille in 1969. Since then, he has covered every major storm on the local and …
 
Bryan and Luke talk with Dr. Lixion Avila, who recently retired as Sr. Hurricane Specialist at the National Hurricane Center about growing up and learning meteorology in Cuba, coming to the University Miami, and spending his professional life at the National Hurricane Center. Lixion wrote more advisories and forecast discussions than anyone in NHC …
 
Bryan and Luke talk with Dr. Kerry Emanuel, meteorology professor and climate scientist at MIT in Cambridge, Massachusetts about how climate science has evolved, and his work to understand how hurricanes will behave in a warmer world. Is global warming already affecting hurricanes? Also, learn about his groundbreaking work to determine how strong a…
 
Bryan and Luke talk with Robbie Berg, Hurricane Specialist at the National Hurricane Center who also specializes in communications. Learn how hurricane forecasts are made around the clock when multiple storms are active at the same time and other forecasting challenges. Robbie is also a communication specialist working on the next generation of Nat…
 
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