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Lake Eola gets the most visitors of any city park in Orlando. Photo: Matthew Peddie
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Orlando Climbs In Parks Ranking


Access to public parks in Orlando is improving according to the Trust for Public Land, which ranks park systems in the 100 largest US cities. The Trust for Public Land’s ParkScore Index places Orlando’s park system 46th, 7 places higher than last year.
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Golden Age of New Theme Park Rides Led by Orlando


ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — If this is a golden age for theme parks, then nowhere are new thrills more abundant than in Orlando where the major theme park resorts have been in an arms race, opening new attractions every year recently, with even bigger blockbusters slated for next year.
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Melissa Lucas. Photo: Matthew Peddie, WMFE
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Intersection: Budget Cuts Threaten Prison Transition Programs


The Florida Department of Corrections is facing a $50 million budget gap in its healthcare budget. To make up for that gap, the department is making cuts to programs that tackle substance abuse, mental health treatment and re-entry into life after prison. Those cuts are being felt across the state, including at the Transition House in Kissimmee.
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Central Florida Schools Beefing Up Security


With schools almost out for summer, some school districts aren’t waiting to ramp up security. Brevard Schools said even before the Texas school shooting last week it’s adding security fencing, cameras and remote-controlled entry locks.
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