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Archive for Tuesday, March 22, 2016

Massive Fish Kill Takes Over Indian River Lagoon

The air stinks of death. Thats what people are saying about a massive fish kill in the Banana River and Indian River Lagoon. Brown tide is the suspected reason fish are dying. Florida Fish and Wildlife is doing water testing to confirm.
Published in Central Florida News

Central Florida Heroin Epidemic Reaches Capitol Hill

Orange County Mayor Teresa Jacobs says treating heroin addiction in central Florida is going to require some federal dollars. The mayors spoke on Capitol Hill today as lawmakers work to tackle the epidemic nationwide. 90.7s Renata Sago reports.
Published in Central Florida News

Intersection: SeaWorld, The Zoo & The Animal Shelter

90.7's Amy Green and the Orlando Sentinel's Dewayne Bevil explain what the end of captive killer whale breeding means for the future of the company. Central Florida Zoo education director Stephanie Williams talks about zoos and conservation. And Dianne Summers with Orange County Animal Services explains how the award-winning shelter works to find new homes for dogs and cats.
Published in Central Florida News, Intersection




WMFE Launches New Space Podcast

The countdown clock reached zero on the launch of WMFEs new space podcast, Are We There Yet. The program launches today, and host of the podcast, Brendan Byrne, talks about what's ahead for the space podcast.
Published in Central Florida News, Space