Erin Guy, WPBF 25 News

Erin Guy

WPBF 25 News

West Palm Beach, FL, United States

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  • WTAE-TV Pittsburgh
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Past articles by ERIN:

Hits and misses on the Oscars Red Carpet

WPBF 25 talks to a fashion expert about who rocked the champagne carpet. → Read More

Expert shares tips for financial wellness in 2023

Financial Adviser Mari Adams shares the best money management practices for 2023 as you are working to file your taxes and prepare your finances for the new year. → Read More

WPBF to the Rescue: Humane Society of the Treasure Coast

The Humane Society of the Treasure Coast finds homes for 3,000 animals annually. → Read More

Florida's GreenMarket this holiday season

During the holiday season, you can enjoy Sandi Tree and all that comes with Holiday in Paradise. → Read More

Hanley Foundation to host 2nd Annual Brice Makris Brunch

The Hanley Foundation is hosting the second annual Brice Makris Brunch this weekend. → Read More

Mission to plant 2,000 trees in Florida is underway

One organization is on a mission to plant more than 2,000 trees in Delray Beach this year. → Read More

Florida schools spend the summer focusing on teacher pay, updated course work

"The people who work in our schools are devalued and underpaid. → Read More

Florida schools police chief touts new security measure in schools

"Having feedback and input from people that might think there is a vulnerability we didn't see is important. Communication is key to making sure we have the safest environments." → Read More

Online service changing how consumers rent cars

With a chip shortage for vehicles and lack of travel during the pandemic, rental car companies look a little different these days. Vehicles are in short supply and rental prices are up. → Read More

Rabbi remains symbol of hope since Surfside, Florida condo collapse

Rabbi Yossi Harlig along with other spiritual leaders were the first to know who was among the missing based on who didn't show up for morning service. → Read More

Florida dancer follows dreams of opening studio

A teenager with many dreams at the Dreyfoos School of the Arts turned tragedy into triumph. → Read More

New Facebook Marketplace scam targeting sellers

Online scams are getting harder to avoid. More and more people are trying to make extra money by selling unwanted items online, but scammers are targeting sellers. → Read More

West Palm Beach: Woman shares breast milk with antibodies

While Keren Sharlow feeds her son her milk full of antibodies, she said she is producing so much milk she wanted to share with other families. → Read More

Indian River County teachers remember 9/11

Sprinkled throughout the Indian River School District are school leaders who were miles from the attacks on that Tuesday in September 20 years ago. → Read More

How to keep you and your business safe from hackers

"They don't discriminate," said Robert Fellman, a director at PC Professor. "If you have an internet device, they are going to expunge and get data from you." → Read More

Car crisis or sales boom? Pandemic prompts car inventory issues

The pandemic started the supply issues as large car manufacturers stopped making cars and had to make life-saving ventilators. → Read More

West Palm Beach man part of AstraZeneca vaccine trial

Local man fully vaccinated, awaiting emergency use authorization in the United States → Read More

Parkland parent creates way to track school violence after son is killed in school shooting

Max Schachter, whose son was killed in the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting, designed a new resource that parents can start using to see just how safe their child's school really is. → Read More

Dwyer High School senior continues to overcome adversity

Kayla Cares 4 Kids founder misses her only prom, continues nonprofit efforts → Read More

Video production company donating services to help essential businesses and first responders

Ayala Films makes mini commercials, only asking for donations for front line workers → Read More