Recent Stories from Radio Intern
Rent rates in Central Florida have continued to rise as wages have remained stagnant, inspiring statewide calls for more affordable housing.
Florida Democrats pushed back with their own agenda proposal after Gov. Ron DeSantis’ State of the State address. Trimmel Gomes, host of the political podcast The Rotunda, stops by Intersection to discuss the state of Florida politics under DeSantis.
CeCe Teneal & Soul Kamotion members CeCe Teneal and Chris Baptiste visit Intersection to talk neo-blues, performing live and their debut album.
UCF could be just one win away from locking up a spot in the NCAA Tournament. The No. 25 Knights, who are currently ranked for the first time since 2011, are fresh off of their biggest win in program history when they took down the No. 12-ranked Houston Cougars last weekend.
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis delivered his first State of the State address this morning. DeSantis said he is committed to protecting Florida’s environment and water, keeping taxes low and prohibiting sanctuary cities.
Poet Taylor Mali joins Intersection to share his journey from teacher to performance poet, and how he met his mentor, former poet laureate Billy Collins.
Orlando Sentinel editor-in-chief Julie Anderson and opinions editor Mike Lafferty join Intersection to talk about the newspaper’s recent leadership changes and renewed focus on local reporting.
Ron DeSantis won his bid to be governor of the Sunshine State, in part, by allying himself with President Trump. But his defense of the state’s environment has surprised many political watchers.
Orlando-based writer Brian Turner discusses his late wife’s influence on his jazz album “11 11 (Me Smiling).”
SpaceX’s Crew Dragon spacecraft is set to launch to the International Space Station Saturday at 2:49 a.m., marking a milestone in NASA’s commercial crew program.