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Bradley George

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Bradley George comes to WUSF from Atlanta, where he was a reporter, host, and editor at Georgia Public Broadcasting. While in Atlanta, he reported for NPR, Marketplace, Here & Now, and The Takeaway. His work has been recognized by PRNDI, the Georgia Associated Press, and the Atlanta Press Club. Prior to his time in Georgia, Bradley worked at public radio stations in Tennessee, Alabama, and North Carolina.

Bradley’s radio career began at the age of 17 in his hometown of Elkin, North Carolina, where he learned how to write news and ads at the local radio station. He graduated from Guilford College in 2002 with a degree in Theatre Studies and German Studies.

Contact Bradley at 813-974-8654, on Twitter @radiobkg or by email at bkg1@wusf.org.

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Mexico's Economy Department says U.S. consumers could pay 38% to 70% more for tomatoes after the U.S. Commerce Department announced it would re-impose anti-dumping duties on Mexican imports.

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The Federal Aviation Administration wants to change the way planes fly into and out of Florida’s busiest airports. It’s part of the first major overhaul of the nation’s air traffic control system in decades.

Gov. Ron DeSantis speaks at Tampa International Airport Monday.
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Gov. Ron DeSantis wants more international tourists to visit Florida.

A mockup of the ISEAUTO, designed at Tallinn Technical University in Estonia.
Tallinn Technical University

Florida Polytechnic University in Lakeland has a new partner in autonomous vehicle research--a university in Estonia that’s built a prototype of a driverless car.  

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Lawmakers in Tallahassee are closer to enacting statewide regulations on short-term rentals. But local governments, which have set their own rules, are opposed to the proposal.  

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More than 20,000 people packed Amalie Arena Sunday night as Baylor beat Notre Dame to become the new champions in Division I women's basketball.

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Sen. Marco Rubio says new sanctions on Venezuela are an important step to ending the rule of Nicolas Maduro. But the Miami Republican says other countries need to do the same.  

RGA Architects

A Tampa architect says an 18-acre site on the Hillsborough River could be the new home of the Tampa Bay Rays.  

William Henry presented his proposal during a public comment period at a Hillsborough County Commission meeting Wednesday. The development would include apartments, a hotel, and a 28,000-seat stadium.  

RELATED: Montreal Group Supports Idea Of Sharing Rays With Tampa Bay

Tampa Bay Sports Commission

The Women’s Final Four is the latest in a series of big sporting events in the Tampa Bay area.

Leaders say these games have millions of dollars in economic impact.

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A group of Florida maritime businesses say a nearly 100 year old federal law is essential to the state’s ports. Those companies are working together to stop efforts to repeal the Jones Act.

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Nearly 500 volunteers fanned out across Hillsborough County Thursday to tally the county’s homeless population.

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