Christina Noce, WPTV

Christina Noce


West Palm Beach, FL, United States

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Past articles by Christina:

State Sen. Joe Negron to announce his plans to reduce flows from Lake Okeechobee

State Sen. Joe Negron is expected to announce Tuesday his plans to reduce discharges from Lake Okeechobee. → Read More

'National Night Out' works to combat crime

The 33rd “National Night Out,” also known as "America's Night Out Against Crime" is occurring Tuesday night across the nation. → Read More

Female pickpocket suspects sought in Fort Pierce

Fort Pierce police are looking for two women who are lifting wallets from purses and men's back pockets. → Read More

Fireworks blamed for overnight fires

Investigators said an overnight fire caused by fireworks resulted in $100,000 in damages to a restaurant in Wellington. → Read More

Overnight police chase, crime scene in St. Lucie County

The St. Lucie County Sheriff's Office said an overnight police chase is prompting a heavy police presence near a Fort Pierce church. → Read More

Crews respond to fire at Atlantic Dunes Park in Delray Beach

Crews responded to a fire early Tuesday morning at Atlantic Dunes Park near the Delray South Shore Club. → Read More

Multiple blood drives in Palm Beach County Wednesday

Following the mass shooting in Orlando, there is still a big need for blood donations. → Read More

Public service Tuesday night for Tricia Todd in Stuart

The community will gather Tuesday night to remember the life of Tricia Todd, a Hobe Sound mother who was killed in late April. → Read More

Nouman Raja remains jailed Friday morning

Former Palm Beach Gardens police officer Nouman Raja remains in jail despite posting $250,000 bail on Thursday. → Read More

Search for evidence resumes in Tricia Todd case

Search crews will return to the Hungryland Preserve on Wednesday to investigate a canal near the site where Tricia Todd's remains were found last week. → Read More

Ask these questions before signing up for summer camp

As the school year comes to a close, now is the time for you to register your child for summer camp. → Read More

'Click It or Ticket' campaign underway across US May 23 to June 5

Law enforcement will increase efforts across the country over the next two weeks to issue tickets to drivers and passengers not wearing their seat belts. → Read More

Riviera Beach crash sends driver to hospital

A crash early Friday morning in Riviera Beach sent a driver to the hospital. → Read More

Classes will begin later at most Palm Beach County middle schools this fall

The Palm Beach County school district announced a change this week that will affect parents and students this fall. → Read More

Vote for Jupiter's Love Street project scheduled for Tuesday

The Jupiter Town Council is scheduled to vote Tuesday on a scaled-back plan for the controversial Love Street development. → Read More

Lake Okeechobee algae bloom has low levels of toxicity

There are low levels of toxicity in the blue-algae bloom found in Lake Okeechobee, according to the South Florida Water Management District. → Read More

Public meeting Thursday for Okeechobee Music Festival

It brought 30,000 people and some good business to a small city, but not everyone is sure they want the Okeechobee Music & Arts Festival to return next year. → Read More

Tricia Todd's mother to speak at 10:30 a.m.

The mother of a Martin County woman missing for almost two weeks will hold a news conference Tuesday morning. . Local News, Weather, Sports | West Palm Beach, Florida | WPTV-TV → Read More

Former Palm Beach Co. School Board member Mike Murgio heads to NYC for federal court hearing

Former Palm Beach County board member Mike Murgio will be in federal court in New York on Tuesday. . Local News, Weather, Sports | West Palm Beach, Florida | WPTV-TV → Read More

Palm Beach County agricultural summit to address flooding concerns, farmer challenges

At an international agricultural summit in West Palm Beach on Wednesday, farmers are expected to discuss flooding threats in Wellington and the Acreage. → Read More