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Providing high-quality education at a low cost is the top priority for the president of the University of Central Florida. UCF is now the second largest university in the nation. Published in Central Florida News
Blue Origin reached a critical milestone in the development of a new rocket engine. The private space company says it completed over 100 tests of the BE-4 engine, and testing will continue here in Central Florida. Published in Central Florida News, Space
Seminole County ranch land is among nearly 3,000 acres now protected from future development.
The land will be protected under conservation easements just agreed upon by the Florida Cabinet. Published in Central Florida News, Environment
The state released preliminary test scores Wednesday for the new Florida Standards Assessments. They are for math grades three through eight, language arts for third through tenth graders, Algebra one and two and geometry for all grades. Published in Central Florida News
Each year legislative and business leaders gather to discuss the state of Florida's water.
This year's Florida Water Forum drew some 200 leaders to Orlando for updates on the state's water and environmental policy. Published in Central Florida News, Environment
Central Florida residents get the chance to own a piece of Seminole County history this evening. Dozens of artworks made from the remains of a 3,500 year old tree are up for auction. Published in Central Florida News