Janny Rodriguez, WPTV

Janny Rodriguez


West Palm Beach, FL, United States

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Past articles by Janny:

'Mommies to the Park' offers support to mothers

If you feel alone and you need help staying motivated there's a group of Hispanic moms that want to help. → Read More

Lake Okeechobee discharges will continue, Army Corps says

Water discharges from Lake Okeechobee will continue for at least another week. → Read More

Better Business Bureau warns of online car scam

If you are planning to purchase a car online, think twice before you buy it. → Read More

How to protect yourself against uninsured motorists

A study found Florida has the highest rate of uninsured motorists in the country. → Read More

Help choose the new superintendent for Martin County schools

You can attend a meeting or fill out an online survey to share your opinions. → Read More

Florida Department of Education adopts new standards to replace Common Core

The Florida Department of Education says Common Core has been "officially eradicated" from state classrooms. → Read More

Boynton Beach and Lake Worth drivers drivers pay more for car insurance

A new report says higher premiums are because Florida drivers face greater danger on the road. → Read More

Indian River Co. schools director speaks on Vero HS student's arrest in fatal shooting

Indian River County Schools Superintendent Dr. David Moore shared his thoughts Tuesday regarding a deadly shooting over the weekend involving high school students on the Treasure Coast. → Read More

More than 4,500 pounds of trash collected at Palm Beach County-area beaches

More than 4,000 pounds of trash were found on our beaches in 2019, according to the Facebook post by the Loggerhead Marinelife Center. → Read More

Community meeting in Jupiter Monday regarding expansion of Virgin Trains USA

The public has the chance to offer comments about the expansion of Virgin Trains USA, previously known as Brightline, from West Palm Beach to Orlando. → Read More

Loggerhead Marinelife Center in Juno Beach receives national attention

The Loggerhead Marinelife Center in Juno Beach is doing its part to continue their efforts of saving sea turtles right off our coast. → Read More

$168 million Turnpike widening project underway in central Palm Beach County

If your daily commute takes you on Florida’s Turnpike, plan to head out the door a little earlier because construction is underway for a $168 million widening project. → Read More

Florida gas prices could rise 20 cents per gallon this week

Florida drivers could see gas prices begin to rise anywhere from 5 cents to 20 cents per gallon by the end of the week. → Read More

Port St. Lucie, St. Lucie County first responders train together with a goal to save lives

The Port St. Lucie Police Department is partnering with the St. Lucie County Fire District and the St. Lucie County Sheriff's Office for their Safe Action Victim Extraction protocol also known as S.A.V.E. → Read More

Fort Pierce launching scooter share program

Getting from point A to point B in Fort Pierce is now just a scooter ride away. → Read More

Atlantic High students hold 9/11 observance

Students at Atlantic Community High School in Delray Beach held a special ceremony to remember the lives lost on 9/11. → Read More

Dogs rescued in Bahamas arrive in West Palm Beach

Big Dog Ranch Rescue in Loxahatchee is behind the two-day rescue mission. → Read More

4-year-old boy in West Palm Beach donates entire piggy bank to help Hurricane Dorian victims

A touching moment was caught on camera at Wednesday's donation drive being held in West Palm Beach to benefit victims impacted by Hurricane Dorian in the Bahamas. → Read More

Supply drive underway in West Palm Beach for the Bahamas

A supply drive is underway in West Palm Beach to help bring relief to those affected by Hurricane Dorian in the Bahamas. → Read More

Indian River County removing traffic lights suspended by wires ahead of Hurricane Dorian

The Indian River County Public Works Department will be out Thursday morning removing traffic signals that are suspended from wire systems to prevent them from becoming projectiles during strong winds if Hurricane Dorian impacts the area. → Read More