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Whitney Boylston holds up Jefferson, one of six kittens that arrived on July 3 in Lake County. Photo: Matthew Peddie, WMFE.
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Intersection: What Summer Can Look Like For Central Florida Animal Shelters


Animal shelters often find themselves at capacity during the summer. In Orange County, 50 to 100 animals arrive at the shelter each day. Diane Summers with Orange County Animal Services and Whitney Boylston, director of Lake County Animal Shelter, join us to talk about why they tend to see an increase in animals during the summer and what the shelters do in an effort to find these pets a home.
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Gilbert King. Photo: Matthew Peddie, WMFE
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Intersection: Beneath A Ruthless Sun


Gilbert King won a Pulitzer prize for his book Devil in the Grove, a deep dive into the case of four young African American men who were falsely accused of rape in 1949. His new book, Beneath a Ruthless Sun, chronicles the story of another young man from Lake County who was railroaded for a crime he didn’t commit.
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