Recent Stories from Radio Intern
Elaina Newport, a founding member of the political satire troupe Capitol Steps, talks with Intersection about her unlikely start in comedy and finding humor in political turmoil.
Mars rover Opportunity completed its mission last week, after 15 years of exploration. The mission gave scientists valuable data about the planet’s condition that paves the way for future missions.
Orlando City has not seen much success on the field over the last few years, failing to make the playoffs in all four of its seasons in Major League Soccer. They’re hoping the acquisition of Nani will help change that.
Musician Hannah Harber visits Intersection to share her musical journey and the creative process behind her band’s debut album, “Long Time Coming.”
As the worst economic and humanitarian crisis in Venezuela’s history continues under President Nicolás Maduro, Venezuelans in Orlando unite to support the opposition movement in their home country.
The state attorney’s office announced definitively that no friendly fire took place by police during the 2016 Pulse nightclub shooting Wednesday. However, some — including family members of the victims — remain skeptical about the investigation’s findings.
For the first time in years, the Orlando Magic are competing for a playoff spot. The team has now won five games in a row and moved itself into prime position in the playoff hunt with the win against the Charlotte Hornets Thursday.
The biggest stock car race of the year is just a few days away, with the new NASCAR Cup series starting up this weekend in Daytona. More than 100,000 fans are expected to pack the Daytona International Speedway for the most prestigious race in NASCAR.
Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School teacher Jeff Foster shares how the Parkland community continues to heal one year after the shooting that left 17 dead on Feb. 14, 2018.
“Red flag” laws have made it easier for law enforcement in nine states to take guns away from people deemed a threat to themselves or others. Reporter Daniel Rivero from WLRN in Miami joins Intersection to discuss the implications posed by these new laws, and how police in Florida are using the law in the aftermath of last year’s shooting in Parkland.