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UCF Men’s And Women’s Basketball Teams Set To Play In NCAA Tournament


UCF Athletics will see two of its longest tournament droughts end today. For the first time since 1996, UCF is sending both its men’s and women’s basketball teams to the NCAA Tournament in the same season. The UCF men’s basketball team will make its first March Madness appearance since 2005, while the women’s team has qualified for the first time since 2011. Both teams are in the midst of their most successful season in years. The men’s team has won 23 games and recorded back-to-back ranked wins for the first time ever. The women’s team recorded its third straight 20-win season and made it to the American Conference Championship game. The women’s team, which made it as a No. 12 …
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Florida Roundup

3/15/19: College Admissions Scandal; Medical Marijuana


Federal prosecutors say a Florida man helped rich and famous parents get their kids into colleges with bribes and fake test scores. We took a closer look at the college admissions scandal with John Delaney, Former Jacksonville Mayor and President Emeritus of the University of North Florida; and Colleen Wright, Education Reporter for the Miami Herald.
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Space

Just How Close Are We To Putting Humans On Mars?


For the past three years, WMFE’s podcast has asked “when it comes to putting humans on Mars, are we there yet?” As the program reaches its third year, host Brendan Byrne asks the question to planetary scientist Phil Metzger and journalist Emilee Speck. 
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