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Good Life 45
Good Life 45

31 Skyline Dr
Lake Mary, FL 32746   Directions

(407) 215-6745

Website

Orlando Business Journal
Orlando Business Journal

255 S Orange Ave
Orlando, FL 32801   Directions

(407) 649-8470

Website

Thad Seymour: Here's what will mark UCF Downtown as a success
08/18/2019 7:30am

The downtown campus, set to open toward the end of the month, will bring almost 8,000 students faculty and staff to the central business district.

Economist: Here's how Orlando could detect a looming recession
08/16/2019 4:46pm

Recent economic events have some officials pointing to the potential for a recession.

UCF's Arecibo Observatory wins $12.3M grant
08/16/2019 3:12pm

The Arecibo Observatory in Puerto Rico, managed by the University of Central Florida through a cooperative agreement with the Universidad Ana G. Mndez and Yang Enterprises Inc., won $12.3 million from the National Science Foundation this month.The UCF facility, which performs research in the areas of radio astronomy, space and atmospheric sciences and planetary sciences, will use the funds for repair projects due to damages caused in 2017 by Hurricane Maria. The repairs will take four years to

Disney shares peek at Tri-Circle-D Ranch remodel
08/16/2019 2:15pm

Walt Disney World isnt horsing around with the latest addition to one of its resort properties. Disneys Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground is slated to get some new upgrades to its horse barn and exterior amenities. The barn is part of an overall area that guests can visit, which includes pony rides, shops and dining, as well as access to other nearby entertainment. The equine residents of both the Pony Farm and Tri-Circle-D Ranch are set to receive a beautiful new barn, said Jennifer Fickley-Baker,

$50.4M commercial project planned near Waterford Lakes Town Center
08/16/2019 1:40pm

There may be construction opportunities for the project.

Orlando Sentinel
Orlando Sentinel

633 N Orange Ave
Orlando, FL 32801   Directions

(407) 420-5000

Website

SunRail back on time after downed power line causes delays
05/07/2019 5:50am

SunRails delays were back on schedule early Tuesday as crews continued to restore equipment damaged by a high-voltage power line knocked down by a storm. The downed power line on Sunday, which melted a divot into tracks near Longwood, resulted in malfunctions at 11 crossings Monday and with signals...

Disney gives $1.5 million to Valencia College's culinary program at downtown Orlando campus
05/06/2019 2:00pm

Walt Disney World Resort is donating $1.5 million for the new culinary arts program thats being built in the University of Central Florida-Valencia College downtown campus. The downtown Orlando campus, built where the original Orlando Magic stadium once stood, is set to open in the fall to educate...

Rubio knew about election hacking but was restricted in what he could say in Nelson's defense
05/06/2019 4:15pm

When U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson was castigated by his Republican challenger, Gov. Rick Scott, last year for saying Russian hackers had broken into Florida voting systems, Nelsons colleague, Marco Rubio, was aware of the breach. But Rubio couldnt defend Nelson because a spokesman for the senator said...

Man 'lured' ex-girlfriend, killed her near MetroWest, Orlando police affidavit says
05/06/2019 9:40pm

A 33-year-old man lured his ex-girlfriend and killed her in her car in 2017, an Orlando police arrest affidavit says. Antwaun Streeter was arrested April 30 in Leon County, Orlando police said. Streeter and Radeya Haughton, 33, were in an on again, off again relationship, Orlando police Det....

Orlando seeks consultant for 'Smart City' plan to determine city's tech future
05/06/2019 2:25pm

Orlando has ambitions of joining cities across the globe in further relying on technology to boost the quality of life. Under the moniker of Smart Cities, governments are using advanced solutions to improve traffic flow and guide drivers to available parking spots as well as trying to solve other...

WACX-TV 55
WACX-TV 55

258 W Central Pkwy
Altamonte Springs, FL 32714   Directions

(407) 263-4040

Website

WESH-TV 2 - NBC
WESH-TV 2 - NBC

1021 Wymore Rd
Winter Park, FL 32789   Directions

(407) 645-2222

Website

Woman proves age is just a number after losing 125 pounds, climbing Mt. Fuji
08/18/2019 8:47am

Marilyn says she was inspired by her brother, Ron, who she lost to cancer.

Churches arm, train congregants in wake of mass shootings
08/18/2019 8:29am

In the wake of mass shootings, congregants are being trained to protect their churches with the techniques and equipment of law enforcement.

Inmates take up the challenge to seize their future
08/18/2019 8:07am

One sheriff is looking for inmates to leave his jail as productive citizens.

Helping horses who help others
08/18/2019 7:38am

A nonprofit who uses horses to benefit others is receiving a helping hand.

Forecast: Later start to storms this afternoon
08/18/2019 6:55am

Forecast: Later start to storms this afternoon

WFTV 9 - ABC
WFTV 9 - ABC

490 E South St
Orlando, FL 32801   Directions

(407) 841-9000

Website

WKCF-TV 18 - CW
WKCF-TV 18 - CW

1021 Wymore Rd
Winter Park, FL 32789   Directions

(407) 389-7624

Website

Woman proves age is just a number after losing 125 pounds, climbing Mt. Fuji
08/18/2019 8:47am

Marilyn says she was inspired by her brother, Ron, who she lost to cancer.

Churches arm, train congregants in wake of mass shootings
08/18/2019 8:29am

In the wake of mass shootings, congregants are being trained to protect their churches with the techniques and equipment of law enforcement.

Inmates take up the challenge to seize their future
08/18/2019 8:07am

One sheriff is looking for inmates to leave his jail as productive citizens.

Helping horses who help others
08/18/2019 7:38am

A nonprofit who uses horses to benefit others is receiving a helping hand.

Forecast: Later start to storms this afternoon
08/18/2019 6:55am

Forecast: Later start to storms this afternoon

WKMG-TV 6 - CBS
WKMG-TV 6 - CBS

4466 N John Young Pkwy
Orlando, FL 32804   Directions

(407) 521-1200

Website

WMFE-TV 23 - PBS
WMFE-TV 23 - PBS

11510 E Colonial Dr
Orlando, FL 32817   Directions

(407) 273-2300

Website

Growing Bolder: Florence Henderson; The Iron Nun; Jimmy Sturr; Enid Borden; Lillie Leonardi
08/18/2019 6:00am

Florence Henderson was one of Americas most beloved TV mom. She died in 2016 at the age of 82, but before her death, we were thrilled to host her on Growing Bolder Radio. In our conversation, she revealed why she was enjoying her career in her late 70s as much -- if not more than -- her career in the 70s. She explained how she combatted ageism and why setting goals is so essential.

Governor Ron DeSantis Talks Plastic Straw Bans, Preparing for a Recession at Florida League of Cities
08/16/2019 3:46pm

Governor Ron DeSantis addressed municipal leaders at their yearly conference.

Intersection: Reporting On TSA & Talking Solutions To Workplace Problems
08/16/2019 3:28pm

On this episode of Intersection we talk to 90.7s Danielle Prieur and Abe Aboraya about their investigation into the death of Transportation Security Officer Rob Henry, and workplace culture at the TSA. We also hear from TSA acting deputy administrator Patricia Cogswell about how the administration is handling allegations of a toxic workplace culture and what theyre doing to tackle the problem. And we talk to US Reps. Ted Yoho and Darren Soto, and union representative Deb Hannah about potential legislative solutions.

Lawmakers, Union Weigh In On Issues At TSA
08/16/2019 3:18pm

The union representing Orlando TSA officers joins Intersection along with lawmakers to talk solutions to allegations of workplace harassment and retaliation, and what the risks are if no changes are made.

TSA Responds To Toxic Workplace Allegations
08/16/2019 2:52pm

As the series TSA in Turmoil went to air this week, the administration granted us an interview with acting Deputy Administrator Patty Cogswell.She talked to 90.7s Abe Aboraya and Danielle Prieur about what TSA is doing to address allegations of workplace bullying and harassment.

WOFL-TV 35 - FOX
WOFL-TV 35 - FOX

35 Skyline Dr
Lake Mary, FL 32746   Directions

(407) 644-3535

Website

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