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Disney and other Orlando area theme parks beefed up security this week- including additional screening at the entrance
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Intersection: Friday News Round Table- Medical Marijuana, National Security & Tourism


National security dominates the national political conversation, while in Central Florida, theme parks step up their security procedures- and OCPS tells parents it got a threat similar to the ones which other big school districts around the country have received. It’s the Friday news round table with Jason Garcia from Florida Trend Magazine, Erin Sullivan with the Orlando Weekly, and Darryl Owens with the Orlando Sentinel.
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Intersection host Matthew Peddie on stage at the Orlando Repertory Theater with actor Avis Marie Barnes, producer Beth Marshall and Orlando Rep creative director Jeff Revels. Photo: Isaac Babcock, Winter Park / Maitland Observer
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Intersection: Performing Arts In Central Florida


With TV, video games and attractions vying for attention, Central Florida’s performing arts venues are stepping up their game to get people in the door. Performing Arts from Shakespeare to interactive theater are on the move… but is everyone benefiting from the change?  
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Intersection: Friday News Round Table


Governor Rick Scott has struck a deal with the Seminole tribe to expand casino gambling in South Florida and, he says, pump billions into the state’s economy.Brevard County’s sheriff is calling on licensed gun owners to be on alert for terrorism.And as Donald Trump floats the idea of closing the US border to Muslims the mayor of St. Petersburg reacts, by banning Trump from his city.
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Intersection: Medical Marijuana In Florida


Florida is one of 23 states with laws that allow patients to access medical marijuana. The so-called Charlotte’s Web law was enacted last year, allowing some patients- including those who suffer from seizures- access to low THC medical marijuana. But more than a year on, those patients still haven’t been able to use the drug. So what’s the hold up?
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The Skyplex is slated to be the world’s tallest roller coaster, at 570-feet high. Photo: Joshua Wallack.
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Intersection: Friday News Round Table


Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton rallied supporters in Orlando.Then what will be the world’s tallest roller coaster got the ok from Orange County commissioners.And Latino leaders from Central Florida and across the state call on Congress to take action on Puerto Rico that’s as the island wrestles with debt.
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Volunteers sort food at Second Harvest of Central Florida’s distribution Center in Orlando. Photo: Matthew Peddie, WMFE
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Intersection: Hunger In Central Florida


A look at hunger in Central Florida: Intersection takes a tour of Second Harvest’s distribution center in Orlando, visits the Knight’s Pantry at UCF, and finds out how a meals on wheels program in Volusia County is feeding hungry seniors.
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Kevin Sutton is closing in on what he hopes will be a record 33 days camped outside an Orlando area Best Buy.
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Intersection: Holiday Shopping Season Kicks Off


Black Friday is traditionally the biggest shopping day of the year, the start of the holiday shopping season and the day that many retailers count on to get them out of the red and into the black. It may not pack as big of a punch as it once did as more people turn to Amazon and other online retailers, but for many shoppers Black Friday is still an event they look forward to.
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