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Intersection: Juvenile Arrests


Orange County has the highest rate of juvenile arrests in Florida. 90.7’s Renata Sago has been investigating what happens to those kids after they’re arrested- talking to law enforcement, attorneys and judges and the kids themselves. Sago joins Intersection to preview her series Young And Arrested. On today’s program Renata joins us to talk about her series- Young and Arrested. We’ll also hear from former prosecutor Jeff Ashton, Emory James, who was charged with a felony as a kid, and judge Daniel Dawson.
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Intersection: The Collective


Andrae Bailey is the former CEO of the Central Florida Commission on Homelessness, a job he left last year. Now he has a new venture called The Collective, which he’s launching with the help of former TV and newspaper reporter Jon Busdeker.
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Art Is Moving On The Train Tracks


Next time you’re sitting in your car waiting for the SunRail train to rumble through a crossing,take a closer look because one of the train cars may be a bit more colorful than usual. Art is Moving aims to expose riders to the work of Central Florida artists.
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Intersection: Florida’s Death Penalty


Governor Rick Scott signed a bill requiring unanimous jury recommendations in death penalty cases. The bill appears to end the limbo over Florida’s death penalty, after the US Supreme Court ruled it unconstitutional. Former Florida Supreme Court Chief Justice Charlie Wells, Democratic State Senator Randolph Bracy, and defense attorney Steven Laurence join Intersection to discuss the implications of the bill.
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UCF mental health specialists say this flying squirrel can help train your brain. Photo: Matthew Peddie, WMFE
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Intersection: Neurofeedback


Mental health specialists at the University of Central Florida are using something called neurofeedback to monitor brain activity, and help treat patients with anxiety, depression and those recovering from substance abuse.
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