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• Seminole County commissioners will vote today on a rebranding campaign to nickname the area “Orlando North.”
90.7’s Renata Sago spoke with one commissioner who’s urging the board to consider other options. Read More »
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• Drivers using I4 to get into Orlando may have had to change their route this morning. The eastbound exit ramp to Ivanhoe Boulevard is closed down for good as construction on the Interstate hits high gear. Read More »
• Environmentalists are attacking Florida sugar growers after failing to persuade state leaders to buy U.S. Sugar land south of Lake Okeechobee for Everglades restoration.
They gathered over the weekend in West Palm Beach for a “Big Sugar Summit.” Read More »
• There’s a rising tide of HIV infections in Florida and the people being diagnosed don’t fit into any one stereotype. But the same prejudices linger around HIV and those living with it.
All this week, Health News Florida is bringing you stories of this new generation of people with HIV – and the efforts to slow this rising tide of infection.
Health Reporter Abe Aboraya talks to 90.7’s Matthew Peddie about his work on the series. Read More »
• The City of St. Augustine is celebrating its 450th anniversary this year. St. Augustine has a rich, multi-cultural history as the oldest continuously occupied European settlement in the U.S. The Crealdé School of Art is debuting a documentary project capturing the historical area in photos. The exhibit opens Friday. Read More »
• 30 sports team’s mascots from across the country compete against each other in Gladiator-like games with all the proceeds benefiting New Hope For Kids! The Mascot Games, Friday and Saturday at the Amway Center Ira Glass,NPR God and host/creator of This American Life is in Orlando for a public talk Saturday at the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts in downtown Orlando. Are you down for cultural performances, food, music and an authentic African pre-wedding celebration called a kwe kwe? If so then okay, kay! The Caribbean American Heritage Month Festival is Saturday starting at noon at Lake Eola Park. What happens in a zoo after dark? A nocturnal adventure, a guided flashlight tour, the sights, sounds and smells of the zoo at night await guests at … Read More »