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Intersection: Greyhound Racing In Florida


Has greyhound racing in Florida run its course? Jack Corey, a lobbyist with the greyhound racing association, and Carey Theil, executive director of Grey2K, an organization pushing to end racing in the sunshine state, join Intersection to talk about the future of Greyhound racing in Florida.
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Fresh Johnson, Robert Fogarty & Katie Godkin Morales. Photo: Matthew Peddie, WMFE
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Intersection: Dear World


Dear World is in Orlando interviewing and taking portraits of people affected by the Pulse nightclub shooting. The photography project got started in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina. Producer Katie Godkin Morales and storyteller Fresh Johnson explain the combination of words and imagery that make the project unique.
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Hurricane Charlie hammers the Florida peninsula in 2004. Photo: NOAA
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Are You Ready For Hurricane Season?


Hurricane season starts this week- are you ready for it? Alan Harris, Seminole County Emergency Manager, is hoping for rain to ease the drought, just not too much of it. Also, he revealed the secrets of the best hurricane preparedness kit in the county.
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A Falcon 9 rocket launches for the second time from Kennedy Space Center. Photo: Joey Roulette / WMFE
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North Brevard Economy On The Rise


The commercial space race is a key part of the economy in North Brevard County. 90.7’s Matthew Peddie spoke to Troy Post, Executive Director of the North Brevard Economic Development Zone about what’s driving the economy.
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