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SunRail Series

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SunRail Challenge: Changing the Psychology of Commuters
A Look At How SunRail Will Affect Volusia County
Maitland Commuters Hopeful SunRail Will Ease Their Dependency on Driving and I-4
SunRail Grand Opening Outlines Future Expansion
Intersection Segment | SunRail's Last Mile Challenges
SunRail Users Likely To See Health Benefits
Intersection | SunRail: The Last Mile, Urban Planning and Future Development
SUNRAIL SERIES: Connecting Job Seekers and Employers
SunRail Commuter Service to Start This Week

2014 Legislative Preview

Legislative Preview: Water A Central Issue for Lawmakers This Spring
Legislative Preview: Student Veterans Call for Out-of-State Tuition Waivers
Legislative Preview: Warning Shot Bill Gains Momentum in Legislature
Legislative Preview: The Central Florida-Based Opposition to Potential Expanded Gambling

Final Flight: Florida's Space Coast at the End of the Shuttle Era

Space Shuttle Atlantis

July 4-8, 2011 on 90.7 WMFE-FM
Space Shuttle Atlantis lifted off from Kennedy Space Center at 11:26 a.m. on July 8th, on the final mission of NASA’s 30-year-old shuttle program. That historic day is already creating monumental uncertainty in Brevard County and on the Space Coast. About 9,000 people in the area work on the shuttle program, and many have done so for their entire career. Most of them are now losing their jobs, with major repercussions for their own families and for the region's economy. In the days leading up to the final launch, 90.7’s Morning Edition and 90.7’s Intersection broadcast special coverage focusing on the shuttle's impact on the local area and the future of the Space Coast's aerospace business and workforce in a post-shuttle world.

Crowds Make a Big Showing at Jetty Park for Final Liftoff
Intersection | Launching The Shuttle with Mike Leinbach
Intersection | Behind the Scenes of the Shuttle & Simulation Business in Orlando
Intersection Special: Talking With The Shuttle Closeout Crew

Changing Course: Florida Education at a Crossroads?

Education Series Classroom

February 14-18, 2011 on 90.7 WMFE-FM
Florida Governor Rick Scott came into office promising a complete overhaul of the state’s education system. Suggestions from his transition team included: letting parents spend state money on private schools or home-schooling; making it easier for kids to transfer from one public school to another; and crafting a new teacher merit pay program and phasing out teacher tenure.

Intersection | "Changing Course" A Look at Teacher Tenure and Merit Pay in Florida

Florida Amendment Series

Florida Amendment Series

When Florida voters go to the polls this fall, they will be deciding the fate of six proposed constitutional amendments on complex issues ranging from class size to redistricting to development and land use. Starting on October 11, 90.7 WMFE-FM will help listeners understand all the proposals and the arguments surrounding them with a week-long amendment series produced by the Florida Public Radio Network. Tune in to 90.7 FM during Morning Edition at 6:35 a.m. and 8:35 a.m. October 11-15, as reporters from public broadcasting stations around the state examine the amendments one by one.

Interstate 4 Series

I-4 SeriesOf all the things that define Central Florida, Interstate 4 may be one of the most influential. Hundreds of thousands of people travel I-4 each day, and whether you love it or hate it, there’s no doubt the highway has transformed the region’s economy, politics and culture. Next week, 90.7 WMFE FM takes time to examine aspects of I-4’s impact on the area. Join us on a cultural journey into I-4’s past and future.


Follow The Money

WMFE 90.7 FM's Follow the Money was an occasional series that tracked how the federal stimulus money was being spent in Central Florida, from schools and roads, to law enforcement and health care and beyond. Who’s getting the promised new jobs, what local projects are getting a kick-start, and how much of the money actually ended up staying in the region?


StoryCorps: Central Florida Stories

WMFE hosted StoryCorps in Orlando from January 10 - February 2, 2008, in front of the Orlando Public Library. StoryCorps is an independent nonprofit project whose mission is to honor and celebrate one another’s lives through listening. Listen to the local stories here.


Steve's Story on 90.7 FM

Steve McKenney SteckInstead of a gold watch on the occasion of Stephen McKenney Steck’s retirement as President and CEO of the stations, WMFE gave him the Spirit of Athens! Listen to Steve’s Story and 60-minute documentary, Instead of a Gold Watch: The Spirit of Athens.


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