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The lawsuit between the City of Orlando and several media outlets has been moved over to federal court. The city and the media are in a legal tug-of-war over 911 calls made during the Pulse nightclub shooting and other communication. Published in Central Florida News, Pulse Shooting
The city of Orlando released hundreds of pages of e-mails, texts and phone records relating to the deadly Pulse night club shooting that killed 49 people and the shooter. Published in Central Florida News, Pulse Shooting
Florida Democrats announced Tuesday a new step toward a special legislative session on gun reform.
They are calling for reform that would close what they call a "terror loophole" allowing known or suspected terrorists to buy guns. Published in Central Florida News, Pulse Shooting
Demonstrators marched through Orlando Tuesday calling for action on gun control legislation. They want a special session to discuss a 'no-fly no-buy' law to prevent people on the FBI's no fly list from buying guns in Florida. Published in Central Florida News, Pulse Shooting
State lawmakers and advocates on both sides of the abortion debate are wondering what yesterday’s U.S. Supreme Court ruling on a Texas abortion law means for new legislation regarding abortion in Florida. Published in Central Florida News
Economic analyst Hank Fishkind expands on last week's conversation about privacy and the internet to explain the value of personal data and where it's going when you share it. Published in Fishkind Economic Commentaries
A preliminary hearing is scheduled for Tuesday in the lawsuit between The City of Orlando and media outlets over 911 tapes and other communication during the Pulse nightclub shooting.
90.7’s Catherine Welch sat down with Mayor Buddy Dyer at City Hall to discuss the lawsuit and how the city will heal moving forward.
Published in Central Florida News, Pulse Shooting
Thousands of items in makeshift memorials in downtown Orlando for victims of the Pulse nightclub shooting will find a permanent home in a museum. Orange County Regional History Center staff have begun collecting items for a future memorial exhibit. Published in Central Florida News, Pulse Shooting