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For the first time, the Orlando Police Department will make public its data on sexual assaults. 90.7’s Renata Sago reports, it’s to raise awareness of sex crimes and transparency within the force. Published in Central Florida News
The Air Force is remembering three Apollo astronauts who died 39 years ago at Cape Canaveral. Virgil "Gus" Grissom, Edward White, and Roger Chaffee died during a command module fire at launch complex 34. Published in Central Florida News, Space
University of Florida researchers think they’ve found a way to cure trees infected with citrus greening. And U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson has announced federal grants to help curb the disease. Published in Central Florida News, Environment
Salvation Army workers say they hope to fill all 46 cots at their emergency shelter in Daytona Beach tonight. That’s after some sat empty last night while the county’s homeless continued to camp in front the administration center. Published in Central Florida News