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Classes have resumed at Lake Mary High School after a code-red lock down this morning. There is no active threat on campus. Photo: Flickr Creative Commons
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Law Enforcement Agencies Pledge New Ways to Curb Violence in Pine Hills


Just days after a mother was shot at a gas station in Pine Hills, Orange County Sheriff Jerry Demings and Orlando Police Chief John Mina are pledging new ways to keep that community safe. The announcement involves targeted crime reduction and collaboration with pastors and other officials. Pine Hills has seen a slight increase in gun violence over the past few weeks. One of the more recent shootings resulted in the death of a pregnant woman.
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Intersection: The Fate of The Affordable Care Act In Florida


For people who want their insurance to kick in January 1st, enrollment has been extended through Monday December 19th. With that said, the big question for those who get their health insurance thanks to the Affordable Care Act is, what will happen to the ACA once President Elect Donald Trump takes office January 20th.
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Intersection Sessions

Intersection Sessions: Cat Ridgeway


In an encore performance, singer-songwriter Cat Ridgeway plays some original songs and talks about finding inspiration in chasing trains and watching the movie Dumb and Dumber. Cat played a few songs and talked with Intersection about her eclectic music abilities.
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Orange & Osceola County Public Defender Robert Wesley. Photo: Matthew Peddie / WMFE
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Intersection: Public Defender Robert Wesley’s Clothing Drive


On Saturday, Orange and Osceola County public defender Robert Wesley holds his annual clothing drive- seeking business clothes to help defendants look presentable in court. Wesley explains why appearance makes a big difference to defendants, and he talks about the progress made in keeping kids out of the court system.
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