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More than 30 Pulse survivors and Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Parents gathered today outside the Orlando gay nightclub. The group called for gun reform. Published in Central Florida News, Health
Oxygen is a precious resource for dolphins. A new study suggests they use it efficiently by remembering what they learn during a dive, then applying that information to future foraging expeditions. Published in Environment, NPR News
Studies show millions miss out on health care because of transportation problems. Uber is partnering with health care organizations to provide rides for patients going to medical appointments. Published in Health, NPR News
Friends, family and neighbors were aware of the man now accused of killing 17 people. So were two sheriff's departments and the FBI. Despite all the red flags, nothing was done to intervene. Published in NPR News
The Pulse gunman left a widow.
Noor Salman is accused of knowing about her husband's plans that left 49 dead and dozens more wounded. Jury selection starts Thursday in her trial. Published in Central Florida News, Pulse Shooting