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Scott Tilley was searching for a secret U.S. spy satellite when he found the spacecraft. "The odds are extremely good that it's alive," said a mission co-investigator. Published in Central Florida News, NPR News, Space
A senior administration official said that the theme of Tuesday's speech will be "building a safe, strong and proud America" and will highlight economic growth and other successes of the past year. Published in NPR News
MIAMI (AP) — Thousands of bacteria-infected mosquitoes will be flying near Miami to test a new way to suppress insect populations that carry Zika and other viruses. Published in Central Florida News, Health
Orlando’s housing inventory is low, which has naturally been a boon for sellers and bellyache for buyers. But as 90.7’s Catherine Welch discovered by talking with our economic analyst Hank Fishkind, rising housing prices can also be a drag on the local economy. Published in Central Florida News, Fishkind Economic Commentaries
Classroom teachers covered by the federal immigration program could lose their jobs and face deportation unless Congress and the Trump administration reach agreement on protecting them. Published in Education, NPR News