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Next year strip clubs and massage parlors in Orange County will have to post signs giving the national human trafficking hotline. County commissioners passed the ordinance Tuesday. Published in Central Florida News
NASA is sending much needed supplies to the International Space Station: food, fresh clothes, science experiments, and books. More specifically, children’s books. Published in Central Florida News, Space
The Orange County Board of Commissioners voted unanimously tonight to approve zoning on International Drive for what is slated to be the world’s tallest roller coaster. Published in Central Florida News
Environmentalists say the governor's $79 billion proposed budget doesn't include enough for land acquisition.
They're criticizing his spending on Amendment 1, the state constitutional amendment dedicated to land and water conservation. Published in Central Florida News, Environment
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. Published in Central Florida News, Intersection