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If you’re in the habit of choosing travel accommodations based on online reviews, you may want to check with friends or family “in real life” before clicking and booking this holiday season. A recent study shows a new trend in fake online reviews. Photo: Flickr Creative Commons
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Don’t Just Rely on Online Rankings to Book Accommodations: University of Central Florida Study Finds Rise in Fake Reviews

University of Central Florida’s Saba Salehi-Esfahani says many hotels and restaurants will give people who write negative reviews about them vouchers for a complimentary night’s stay or a free meal. She says this common practice is meant to discourage this type of behavior, but it might actually be driving a rise in false negate reviews on popular online travel sites.
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United Launch Alliance’s Atlas V AEHF-4 rocket launched October 17, 2018 from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Dalton Williams
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Intersection: 45th Space Wing Aims To Ramp Up Rocket Launches

Air Force leaders want to ramp up rocket launches from the Cape – targeting 48 launches a year. That drive falls under the command of the new leader of the 45th Space Wing, Brigadier General Douglas A. Schiess. He talks to 90.7’s Brendan Byrne about the Air Force’s role in supporting rocket launches from the cape.
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Executive Chairman of Mears Transportation Group Trey White speaks at Uber and Mears Transportation Group press conference at the Dr. Phillips Performing Arts Center on November 19, 2018. Uber and Mears announced a partnership for the greater Orlando market. Photo by Shanya Richburg.
Local News

Uber Picks Up Partnership With Mears

Uber has partnered with former competitor Mears Transportation Group, the first agreement of its kind in the United States between the ride-sharing company and a taxi service. Under the agreement announced today, Mears will provide its fleet of luxury vehicles to support the Central Florida launch of Uber’s premium service, UberBLACK. 
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