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Intersection

Intersection: The Lagoon, The Economy & The Senate Race


Today on Intersection – a conversation with 90.7’s environmental reporter Amy Green, who’s been reporting on the health of the Indian River Lagoon all this week. Later in the program, an update on how the commercial space industry is helping boost the Brevard County economy. And political analysts Dick Batchelor and Chris Carmody join the program to talk about Florida’s US Senate race.
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UCF police preparing to enter campus library. Photo: Screenshot from UCF Knight News on Twitter.
Local News

UCF Campus Back To Normal After Library Evacuation


University of Central Florida police say there was no threat found in the John C. Hitt Library on campus this afternoon. Police evacuated the library earlier after receiving a report via social media of a possible gunwoman in the library. Officers evacuated the library and warned students nearby to stay away from the area.
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Photo: City of Maitland.
Local News

Maitland Fires City Manager


Maitland is looking for a new city manager. Council members voted this week to get rid of James Williams. As 90.7’s Renata Sago reports, they say it’s so the city can take the position in a new direction.
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The fish kill in March clogged much of the northern Indian River Lagoon with floating carcasses, like this residential canal in Cocoa Beach. Photo by Amy Green
Broken Lagoon Series

BROKEN LAGOON: Fish Kill Leaves Many To Wonder Whether Indian River Lagoon Is At A Tipping Point


Residents, scientists and business owners along the Indian River Lagoon are wondering whether it has reached a tipping point after this spring’s stunning fish kill, the worst in modern history. The 156-mile lagoon stretches nearly half the length of Florida’s east coast and is considered the most biologically diverse estuary in North America.
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