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A New Wave Of Shark Education


Dr. Toby Daly-Engel works on the Shark Conservation lab at Florida Institute of Technology to learn more about sharks and their migratory and reproduction patterns. She joined Matthew Peddie on Intersection to talk more about the institute’s studies.
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A Humbl start to Orlando


Matthew Kenney, celebrity plant-based chef, and Paul Mascia have partnered up to bring a new restaurant, Humbl, to Windermere Village. They sat down with Matthew Peddie to talk more about the concept, the plant-based dining, and Kenney’s return to the central Florida area.
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Combating Online Predators


Innocent Lives Foundation is a non profit that uses so-called ethical hackers to try and track down online predators and turn them over to law enforcement. Orlando based founder and CEO Chris Hadnagy talks about the tools his foundation uses to combat online predators.
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Artist concept of the logistics module docked to Gateway in lunar orbit. NASA will seek solicitations from American companies to deliver cargo and other supplies to the lunar outpost that will support human exploration of the Moon by 2024.
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A Gateway To The Moon


NASA is moving ahead with plans to establish a mini space station in orbit around the moon. The Gateway will help support plans to get astronauts back on the moon in the next five years. 90.7’s space reporter Brendan Byrne talks to program manager Mark Weiss about getting The Gateway off the ground.
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Fred & Shelly Lauten.  Photo: Matthew Peddie, WMFE
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Lautens Retire but not from Community


Fred Lauten and Shelly Lauten are stepping down from their respective roles this month: Fred Lauten is retiring as chief judge of the Ninth Judicial Circuit, serving Orange and Osceola Counties, and  Shelly Lauten is leaving her role as CEO of the Central Florida Commission on Homelessness. The Lautens sat down with Matthew Peddie to talk about their respective careers: the challenges facing the courts, the struggle to end homelessness and where their roles have sometimes overlapped. 
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