Recent Stories from Radio Intern
They describe themselves as A rock ‘n’ roll band with a taste for a touch of strange. Psychedelic punk with a bluesy stomp, holy harmonies, and an attitude.
Last year, 1.7 million drivers license suspensions were issued in the state of Florida. Some of those drivers can apply for a hardship license. But who’s eligible for a hardship license, and how easy is it to get one?
This week is National Safe Boating Week. It’s aimed at raising awareness of boat safety just in time for Memorial Day weekend.
Sharks may have a dangerous reputation, but it turns out we humans pose more of a threat to sharks than they do to us.
Broward County Public Schools is under pressure after the Parkland school shooting: questions are being asked about a diversion program that works to keep students from getting arrested. WLRN’s education reporter Jessica Bakeman joins Intersection to explain.
Orlando has joined other cities signing a lawsuit that is suing the state over the right to set local gun regulations. Dr. Robert Spitzer of the political science department at State University of New York College at Cortland joins Intersection to discuss the lawsuit and how it can affect other states.
Affordable housing is in great demand in Central Florida. Shannon Nazworth of Ability Housing tells Intersection how Orlando can make a difference -one project at a time- in the affordable housing crisis. And Hank Fishkind talks about ways to boost the supply of housing.
Cornerstone Tiny Homes collaborated with non-profit organizations Fairways for Warriors and Operation Tiny Homes to build a tiny home for combat-wounded veteran Peter Banach.
High school voter registration has increased significantly in Orange County.
Central Florida Congressman Darren Soto is asking the president why funds for Puerto Rico to recover from Hurricane Maria haven’t been sent to the island.