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Disease Threatens Florida Roses

Florida’s $20 million dollar rose industry is threatened by a disease that’s devastating the flower across the Eastern United States. Researchers are working on a cure before the disease spreads in Florida, the nation’s fourth-largest producer of roses.
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Melbourne Vying For Professional Soccer Team

Melbourne is hoping to land a professional soccer team. Eastern Florida State College has been pitching its soccer stadium to be the home of a new United Soccer League team. Rusty Buchanan with Space Coast Sports Promotions says this would be the only USL team in the state and a pipeline for the Orlando City Lions.
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Photo by Kara Rountree, 2014 Motocross Downtown Block Party orlandoweekly.com

Volleyball War, Big Bang Bazaar And Freestyle Motocross

Knee-deep in a pit of filthy, disgusting, putrid, stank, vile mud, swamp-stained, splatter-faced muck-covered volleyball players compete in the annual volleyball war to benefit the March of Dimes Saturday at 7am at 5201 Lee Vista Blvd. Also if you like a room full of crafty nerdy goodness, go to Big Bang Bazaar Saturday at the Central Florida Fairgrounds 11am-6pm. Also on Saturday, roll by Park Ave CDs for a free kid-size ice cream from Kelly’s Homemade Ice Cream with a purchase of fifteen bucks or more from the classic record store. Sunday there’s a block party with gear giveaways, football games, dunk tanks, and corn hole all while everyone is drinking freestyle motocross racers are doing back-flips overhead. YES! Admission …
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A Florida bill would allow needle exchange programs to operate across the state.

Intersection: Friday News Round Table

Heroin has overtaken cocaine as the deadliest street drug in Orange County and Mayor Teresa Jacobs says she wants to do something about it – fast. What’s the best way to tackle the heroin problem in Central Florida? And if it’s not heroin, will something else spring up just as fast to replace it? That story and more on the Friday news round table.
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