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A new aerospace apprenticeship program on the Space Coast has welcomed its first batch of students. The move comes after Governor Ron DeSantis signed a workforce training bill two weeks ago. Published in Central Florida News, Space
On this week's Florida Roundup we look at the proposed "citizens amendment." The amendment would replace the words "every citizen can vote," to say "only a citizen can vote." This could be on the ballot for Florida voters in 2020. Published in Florida Roundup
Brené Brown's life changed overnight — all because she was willing to admit she’s vulnerable. Find out why the researcher and storyteller thinks her talk on vulnerability, shame and courage struck such a nerve. Published in Growing Bolder
On the International Space Station, astronauts can being unpacking more than 5,000 pounds of newly delivered supplies. A capsule packed with cargo arrived Saturday after launching from Cape Canaveral two days ago. Published in Central Florida News, Space
The UCF Police Department say they've made contact with a person who was reported to have a firearm at Tower 1 Apartments. Officials say the person was actually carrying a BB gun. Published in Central Florida News
Gypsy Elise is the charismatic frontwoman of Gypsy Elise and the Royal Blues, the self-described “funky jazzy blues band” born in New Orleans and transplanted to Central Florida. Published in Commentaries, Spotlight