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Driverless Cars in Central Florida

The federal government has designated Central Florida as a testing ground for autonomous cars. So how far off into the future is the fully driverless vehicle? Paul Steinman, Secretary for the Florida Department of Transportation’s District 7, said there’s already autonomous technology at work in many of the cars on the road today, but as for hopping into your car, programming it to drive you to work, and sitting back to catch up on emails? That’s still a ways off.
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Ben Noel (l) and Alex Jebailey.
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Intersection: E-Sports

The Call of Duty World Championships heads to Orlando this summer. We talk with Alex Jebailey and Ben Noel about E-Sports: who’s playing, who’s watching, and what this industry’s worth.
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The U.S. Senate has passed the Law Enforcement Mental Health and Wellness Act of 2017.
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Counseling After Pulse

After the Pulse nightclub shooting, mental health organizations mobilized to provide counseling. The mental health association of Central Florida used a grant to create a new program to help people affected by the shooting with free mental health counseling. Now, they’re looking for funding to keep operating.
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