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• Harrowing details are emerging from survivors of Sunday morning’s Pulse nightclub shooting in Orlando. Survivor Angel Colon, who has been hospitalized with gunshot wounds, spoke from a wheelchair at a press conference at Orlando Regional Medical Center. Read More »
• President and General Manager LaFontaine E. Oliver sent a letter to the 90.7 WMFE email list on Tuesday, June 14, in response to the Pulse Nightclub shooting. Here’s what he wrote: Good morning, WMFE Family, It’s Day 3, and the reality of what has happened here, in our beloved community, still hasn’t sunk in for me. Orlando is mourning the loss of 49 lives in what is now the worst mass shooting in U.S. history. Orlando will never forget what happened at Pulse Nightclub. The nation and the world will not forget. I want you to know that you are not alone. WMFE stands with you, Orlando. We are grieving with you. We are marveling at the incredible strength and unity … Read More »
• How does Orlando heal from the worst mass shooting in the US? Members of the city’s LGBT and Muslim communities talk about their reactions. And Florida lawmakers discuss gun legislation in the wake of the shooting. Read More »