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NPR News

Orlando Apollos Continue Their Winning Ways

The Alliance of American Football may be only a few weeks into its inaugural season, but the Apollos are already beginning to distance themselves from much of the rest of the competition. Orlando is one of just three teams who have yet to lose a game, and is scoring more points than any other team in the league.  They are averaging 38.5 points per game, which is significantly more than any other team.
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 Voters ended greyhound racing by passing amendment 13 by almost 69 percent, but the amendment includes language saying that those card rooms can continue to operate. Photo: Flickr Creative Commons
Central Florida News

Local Greyhound Rescues Prepare For Mass Greyhound Retirement In 2020

Carol Becker, who runs a greyhound adoption, is worried most tracks will wait until the deadline to retire the dogs – which could lead to anywhere from 3,000 to 6,000 dogs needing homes at the same time. “Think about the possibility of fostering a greyhound when the time comes,” Becker said. “Even if they don’t want to adopt one, if they could just foster one for a few weeks or maybe a month until we can get some of these dogs processed and spayed and neutered.”
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