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Gun enthusiasts — people who love to hunt and shoot and believe deeply in the Second Amendment — can also be pro-reform. Not everyone is in lockstep with the National Rifle Association's position on public policy. Published in NPR News
Attorney General Loretta Lynch told Orlando’s LGBT community that the country stands with them. Lynch made the remark during a visit Tuesday with victims’ families and first responders. Published in Central Florida News, Pulse Shooting
Pulse now is known across the globe as the site of profound acts of horror and heroism.
But it once was a humble nightclub offering fun, community and acceptance for some of the youngest and newest members of Orlando's LGBT community. Published in Central Florida News, Pulse Shooting
The state agency that issued a license to be an armed security guard to the Orlando nightclub shooter has launched an investigation. The probe is centered on claims by a psychologist that she never evaluated the shooter. Published in Central Florida News, Pulse Shooting
Dr. Joshua Corsa wears tennis shoes stained with the blood of the victims of the Pulse Nightclub shooting. In this video, he reads his Facebook post that explains why. Hear more of the interview reporter Abe Aboraya did with Dr. Corsa here. Published in Central Florida News, Pulse Shooting
Another central Florida county passes an ordinance to decriminalize small amounts of marijuana. Osceola County commissioners passed an ordinance giving law enforcement officers the option to issue a civil infraction instead of arresting someone found with 20 grams of marijuana or less. Published in Central Florida News
Traffic is flowing on I-95, but that wasn’t the case early this morning. Florida Highway Patrol shut down the interstate in both directions near I-4 in Volusia County due to heavy smoke from a brush fire. It was the second morning heavy smoke shut down I-95. Published in Central Florida News
The U.S. Senate did not pass any of the four gun-reform measures it voted on last night in the wake of the Pulse nightclub shooting in Orlando that killed 49 people and injured 53. Published in Central Florida News, Pulse Shooting
Lake Eola reflected the light of thousands of candles Sunday night in a huge vigil for the victims of the Pulse nightclub shooting. An estimated 50,000 people came to downtown Orlando to hear leaders from the city and county, and the LGBT and Latino communities reflect on the last week and raise a candle for the 49 killed and 53 wounded. Published in Central Florida News, Intersection, Pulse Shooting