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Archive for Wednesday, June 22, 2016

How the Shooting Is Affecting Orlando’s Top Tourism Market: Brazilians

The South American powerhouse, Brazil, draws more than 700,000 tourists to Orlando each year, making Brazilians Orlandos most coveted group of Latin American tourists. This is a look into how the Pulse nightclub shooting and the death of a two-year-old by an alligator on Disney property are affecting Brazilians travel plans to the City Beautiful.
Published in Central Florida News, Pulse Shooting

Florida Wildlife Officials Consider Next Bear Hunt

A bear hunt this fall would be broken into three, four-day periods, with hunters applying on a first-come, first-served basis. Those are some staff recommendations that are before the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission today.
Published in Central Florida News

Gun Owners Push For Reform After Orlando Mass Shooting

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