Taylor Bisacky

Professional Experience

2016 to present: Reporter, WINK News.

Awards & Recognition

National college Emmy award for “Best Newscast.” Also elected as Penn State’s 2016 journalism graduation student marshal.

News Philosophy

“Storytelling is all about YOU. Each person has a unique story to tell and journalism done at its best should leave you feeling more informed, curious, or even inspired.”

Hobbies, Interests & Community Involvement

“I’m new to Florida but have always been a beach bum! I also enjoy fitness, cooking, surfing and snowboarding.”

Education

Penn State University.

Likes best about Southwest Florida

“The people and all that Southwest Florida has to offer, including its outdoor adventures, beaches and sunshine!”

Hometown

Jamison, Pa.

 

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How a common household chemical could kill algae safely

Researchers are looking at any possible solutions to the algae crisis, even using something found right in your medicine cabinet. We did a science experiment...
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Residents say conditions at Fort Myers apartment complex ‘horrible’

Stairwells are blocked off at an apartment complex in Fort Myers after one of them completely collapsed on July 6. A federal housing agency told...
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Lehigh neighbors use social media to help track down accused thief

A neighborhood came together to help solve a crime after a Lehigh Acres woman posted surveillance video of an accused thief sneaking onto her...
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Erasing Medical Debt: You can help erase millions in medical debt here in SWFL

We've made it our mission at WINK to help pay off medical bills for people who are deep in debt. With your help, we've raised...
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It’s your money: SunPass says 10 percent of transactions now posted

It's your money, and it's adding up with SunPass. Over 100 million transactions were backlogged in the SunPass system, and the company says 10 million...
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Fishermen express concerns over dying sea grass around Lake Okeechobee

Neighbors who depend on Lake Okeechobee for resources are finding it more and more difficult to do so. Sea grass is dying off quickly and...
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FWC patrols Charlotte Harbor amid July 4th celebrations

The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission is out in full force today, patrolling the waters on what they call the busiest day for...
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Algae spreads to Caloosahatchee River, canals in SWFL

Residents and visitors are expressing their concerns with the green algae moving throughout parts of Southwest Florida. "Oh my God," said Miami resident Nirza Velez....
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‘Everything is dead’: Homeowners spot green algae in Cape Coral, south Fort Myers

Professional divers say swimming through the green gunk that is taking over SWFL waters is a lot like swimming in thick mud and darkness. The...
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CROW releases loggerhead sea turtle back to gulf

A loggerhead sea turtle named Walter was released back into the gulf on Thursday. The Clinic for the Rehabilitation of Wildlife treated the 230-pound turtle...

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